Voice Communication Systems for Air Traffic Control

Date 10.12.2010

After delivering several air traffic control tower systems Frequentis, the global leader of high tech communications and information systems, will deliver two air traffic control conferencing systems to be installed in Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro. Frequentis will be working with the Air Navigation Management Center (Centro de Gerenciamento da Navegação Aérea – CGNA), a division of Departamento de Controle do Espaco Aereo (DECEA), the air navigation service provider in Brazil, the largest country in the Caribbean and Latin American (CALA) region.

CGNA’s task is to balance the air traffic demand with the infrastructure capacity in order to ensure the air traffic efficiency in Brazil, providing the best profile for the users without ground or air delays. With its Air Traffic Management Conference Control Center System (ATM CCCS) Frequentis fully addresses the needs and requirements of CGNA’s operation.

The Frequentis 3020 system will provide essential voice based coordination functions using the latest voice communications technologies. The 3020’s operator terminals allow air traffic management personnel to dramatically improve the situational awareness and coordination within the Brazilian air space. Beside the concept of operation the unique system features include a highly available conferencing platform, scalability and a multi-year logistics support concept.

Frequentis is a leading provider of mission critical voice communications and conferencing systems to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the leading air navigation service providers delivering its systems into the largest air traffic control centers (ARTCCs) worldwide.


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