First integrated digital tower in Denmark completes proof of concept testing with FREQUENTIS DFS AEROSENSE
Naviair, the Danish Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), has successfully completed proof of concept testing for its integrated digital tower and approach solution. The concept testing took place at Frequentis premises in Austria and allowed Naviair to see several remote tower components on the integration platform MosaiX for the first time. The testing also allowed Naviair to request customisation based on its requirements, proving the flexibility of the solution.
Naviair selected the integrated tower and approach solution from Frequentis DFS Aerosense in early 2020 to manage increasing airspace demand and support the workload of Air Traffic Control Operators (ATCOs). The initial remote tower centre at Billund airport will house the system, which is a combination of a remote digital tower (RDT) and an approach automation solution (PRISMA APP). This will be the first time that both digital tower and approach services have been combined as one integrated system.
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