Visit Eventide Inc. at the World ATM Congress 2018, Stand: 1101

Date 27.02.2018

Eventide communications recorders have been deployed at air traffic control centers and towers in over 50 countries.

NexLog high-reliability voice recording systems provide voice recording, archival storage, and easy access to recordings. Eventide recorders include redundant power supplies, a RAID1, RAID5 or RAID10 redundant hard disk array, and Linux operating system – for maximum up-time.

Accurate time synchronization is provided via standard NTP or optional IRIG-B connectivity. Recorded calls may be accessed directly from the recorder’s optional front panel touch screen controls or via Eventide’s MediaWorks PLUS software.

Eventide NexLog communications recorders can be equipped to record audio from all types of ATC/ATM audio sources:

  • Legal Recording
  • Controller Working Positions (CWP)
  • Voice Communications & Control Systems (VCCS)
  • Ground Radio Stations (GRS)
  • Ambient Audio
  • Administrative Telephones

To find out more visit Eventide Inc. at the World ATM Congress 2018, Stand: 1101

Now entering its sixth year, World ATM Congress is the world’s largest international air traffic management (ATM) exhibition and conference attracting over 7,500 people each year.

Operated by the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) in partnership with the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA), World ATM Congress brings together the world’s leading product developers, experts, stakeholders, and air navigation service providers (ANSPs). Aviation thought leaders gather for three days of conference sessions, product demonstrations and launches, contract closures and educational and networking opportunities in Madrid, Spain.

Why attend? Get unparalleled insight into key issues in the ATM industry, hands-on experience of the latest products and innovation, and potential to increase brand awareness all in one place – save time and increase revenue. World ATM Congress delivers the context, content, and contacts that suppliers and customers need to shape the future of global airspace.