Georgia set to commission Comsoft AMHS/AIM solutions

4 July 2013 (Last Updated July 4th, 2013 18:30)

Georgian air navigation services provider (ANSP) SAKAERONAVIGATSIA is set to commission Comsoft's aeronautical message handling system (AMHS) and aeronautical information management solutions (AIM), following the completion of site acceptance testing.

Tbilisi International Airport

Georgian air navigation services provider (ANSP) SAKAERONAVIGATSIA is set to commission Comsoft's aeronautical message handling system (AMHS) and aeronautical information management solutions (AIM), following the completion of site acceptance testing.

Comsoft's Aeronautical Integrated Data Exchange Agent-Next Generation (AIDA-NG) AMHS and Aeronautical Information Management Database (CADAS) completed site acceptance by the Georgian ANSP in May 2013.

Scheduled to be commissioned during the summer, the systems will handle increased flights to and from the country and boost air navigation safety.

During commissioning, the central communication system will be installed at Georgia International Airport, while additional terminals at Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi airports will facilitate secured access to flight plans and other aeronautical information all over the country.

"The systems will handle increased flights to and from the country and boost air navigation safety."

Complying with SAKAERONAVIGATSIA's procedures and workflow, the Comsoft system would also route messages using the Cyrillic alphabet, as there are several Russian speaking countries neighbouring Georgia.

Comsoft's AIDA-NG system offers integrated and uniform message handling facilities by enabling a WEB service for aeronautical fixed telecommunication network (AFTN) and AMHS messaging clients.

The system also allows exchanging XML-based formats that are expected to play a vital role in future air traffic management.

Comsoft's CADAS solutions include CADAS-ATS, which allows integration with the AFTN and AMHS message processing, while theCADAS-IMS offers adaptable service integration platform for NOF and integrated Briefing Services.


Image: Georgia's Tbilisi International Airport, among several other airports, will offer users secured access to flight plans and other aeronautical information all over the country.