Ports of Jersey has been following remote tower technology for many years, having recognised very early on that this would revolutionise the future provision of air traffic control services. Recently appointed Jersey Airport Director, Inez Bartolo, explains some of the reasons behind the company’s decision to pursue remote tower technology,…
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Remote tower – the concept of carrying out air traffic control services from any location using a multitude of local sensors, visual and infrared cameras and surveillance solutions – has created an exciting opportunity to enhance the way air traffic is monitored and managed and reduce the cost of operations.…
Frequentis reveals how deploying an integrated controller working position solution can help air traffic controllers to work more efficiently and effectively.
Jersey Airport aims to be the first ‘certified’ remote digital tower in the British Isles as operational trials go live in November 2018.
South America’s first remote virtual tower, at Buenos Aires International Airport, which will support the terminal expansion, will be provided by Frequentis.
The Czech Republic, Greece and Norway are now successfully operating Frequentis smartMessenger as market share expands to 70 per cent.
The current uptake and evolution of the remote tower is gaining momentum. Expanding from its initial use case as a cost-saving solution for regional airports, the remote tower can now be utilised in many additional ways. Frequentis was involved in the early stages of design for this technology in 2010,…
Estonia's state-owned air traffic services provider has collaborated with Comsoft Solutions on a major modernisation of its aeronautical information management (AIM) system.
ATC/ATM operations are some of the most critical in the airport industry, especially with air capacities reaching their max. This In-Depth Focus explores some smart options available to the traffic control/management industry and the steps some experts are taking towards making valuable changes for future success.
Iceland has become the latest of 50 countries to use Frequentis DIVOS technology to reduce operational efforts for incident investigation.
A successful virtual remote tower trial at a small airport in Germany has opened the door to live operations by the end of 2018 after the German Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services (BAF) has given its approval.
As remote ATC starts building momentum, tech firm Frequentis help the Jersey Airport become the first in the British Isles to set up a remote virtual tower.