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Thank you for the time you spent with us at ATCA 2017. Below, you'll find a list of related documents for your reference.

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Actively managing change in ATM

Actively managing change in ATM

The center of gravity for the ATM industry will once again be in Washington DC at the ATCA Annual Exhibition and Conference and Frequentis is in full swing to share our insights into industry developments and trends.

The predominant themes this year are Digitalization and Virtualization of ATC services and communication. 

IP-based technology is already in wide use on a global basis.  To date this has industry has cautious adopted these technologies due to the ‘safety-critical’ nature of Air Traffic Management communications.  Although it looks simple from the outside, the transition to IP has major impacts on how communications between air traffic control facilities will be conducted in the future. In addition to IP-based technologies, we are closely following tech trends around the world, and are convinced that machine learning and artificial intelligence have already reached ATM. Digitalization of towers, and remote virtual tower technologies will also provide huge benefits to regular tower operations.

We have also identified the potential for software-defined networking (SDN) to improve ATM networks. Software-defined networking (SDN) has already been adopted by big Internet companies such as Google and major telecoms providers. Today, thanks to an intelligent, converged network, ATM customers can reap the benefits of SDN, and its already happening.

ANSPs require collaborative thinking and efficient, integrated solutions that will support the future evolutions of their infrastructures. Airspace is constrained and ATM resources are under pressure to increase efficiency without compromising on safety.

Topics at the show

Frequentis and Comsoft Solutions combine expertise and hone synergies in order to develop innovative end-to end Intuitive, user-centric communication and information solutions that solve specific customer needs.

  • IP-migration: Leading the change to the new operational concepts
  • Intelligent Networks: Leveraging our experience in SDN - converging networks
  • Virtual Tower: Rethinking airport towers - driving ATM service efficiency
  • Surveillance: Innovations along the surveillance data chain

Conference / Speeches

Monday 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Conference, Maryland 1/2/3
ATC Platinum Rule: Train Others as They Would Like to Be Trained
Panel with Markus Klopf, Frequentis, Andrew Brigida, FAA, Lindsey Deutsch, FAA
Moderator: Dr. David Delaine, Ohio State University

Monday 4:40 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – ATCA Arena
Migration TDM to IP - The good, the bad and the ugly
Speaker: Stefan J. Galler, Frequentis AG 

Booth #419

Meet us @ 62nd ATCA Annual Conference & Exposition booth #419, 15 - 18 October 2017, Washington DC

Contact

At the show: Claudia Bacco
E-Mail: claudia.bacco(at)frequentis(dot)com

PR: Jennifer Mc Lellan
E-Mail: jennifer.mclellan(at)freqeuentis(dot)com

How to get there

The ATCA Annual is taking place at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD located in the Washington, DC-area, from October 15 through October 18, 2017. There is also a free shuttle that runs a loop between the Gaylord and FAA FOB10A (800 Independence Avenue, SW). The shuttle will pick up at the C Street Entrance (7th and C St, SW – one block from L/'Enfant Metro Plaza).


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