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Air traffic management’s first software defined network (SDN) proves operational success in Brazil

The Brazilian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), DECEA, has been successfully operating the first of four planned integrated network centres, CINDACTA III, for five months. CINDACTA III underwent a lengthy test period and CISCEA (the Commission for Implementation of the Brazilian Air Space Control System) collected positive feedback from the operational experience.

Frequentis designed the hybrid Brazilian ATM-grade network solution to fill the gap between conventional networks and the specific needs for Air Traffic Management (ATM) in terms of resilience, reliability, safety and quality.

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Denmark’s Naviair to tackle airspace efficiency and service provision with integrated remote tower and approach centre from FREQUENTIS DFS AEROSENSE

Naviair, the Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) of Denmark, has selected an integrated remote tower and approach system from Frequentis DFS Aerosense, in order to manage increasing airspace demand and support the workload of Air Traffic Control Operators (ATCOs). Naviair will initially establish a remote tower center at Billund Airport, to manage surrounding air traffic, with the intention to provide central air traffic control (ATC) to other regional airports, instead of locally from individual airports.

The integrated tower and approach centre is a combination of a remote digital tower (RDT) and an approach automation solution (PRISMA APP). This is the first time that both digital tower and approach services have been combined as one integrated system.

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Metropolitan Police Service to receive FREQUENTIS multimedia communication platform 3020 LifeX™

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), responsible for London’s 32 boroughs and 620 square miles, is upgrading its Command and Control system responsible for officer deployment. The upgrade will provide a flexible system that captures emergency communication from the public and subsequently coordinates deployment of officers to incidents, pre-planned events, and other operations.

As a key contractor to Leidos, Frequentis is providing its LifeX™ solution to ensure the control room can manage and respond to all kinds of communication paths, presenting them in a unified and manageable display, increasing the flexibility and ease of use for operators, while reducing emergency response times and simplifying public emergency contact.

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Frequentis and Altitude Angel partner to deploy National UTM system for Avinor

Norway is set to become the first Nordic country to implement a UTM system. Following a competitive procurement process, the solution, presented jointly by partners Altitude Angel and Frequentis, will provide Norwegian ANSP Avinor with a technically advanced UTM platform, allowing the organisation to begin safely integrating drones into controlled airspace at 18 airports across Norway.

The UTM solution is highly scalable and will build the structure to allow the safe integration of UAVs into controlled airspace, supporting Norway’s commitment to the countries drone strategy.

Norway will be the first country in the Nordic region to implement a UTM system, highlighting Avinor Air Navigation Services’ dedication to the industry.

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