Despite the issues currently limiting the growth of the aviation industry across the globe, HungaroControl remains persistent in its innovative efforts.
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A new implementation, made in cooperation between AZANS and HungaroControl, will help with the exchange and storage of aeronautical data.
Azerbaijan Air Navigation Services details the challenges of traffic growth in regard to managing Azerbaijani airspace, and highlights how this has been tackled.
7 May 2019 | By HungaroControl
As remote tower technology continues to develop, the idea of centralised multiple single remote towers is gaining traction. Csaba Gergely, Senior Air Traffic Management Advisor and Daniel Mcleod, Key Account Manager at HungaroControl, discuss how this concept is fast becoming a reality.
We explore how airports are benefiting from remote tower technology, and how it can assist the productivity and safety of air traffic control and management, both at large hubs and smaller regional settings.
The future of aviation and the related air traffic control and management is being written at an extraordinary rate. HungaroControl’s Simulation HUB was launched to help future proof the aviation industry by making air traffic more efficient, safer, more environmentally friendly, and able to utilise its full capacity.
Hungarian Air Navigation Service Provider, HungaroControl, is implementing new technological developments which are expected to cost in excess of €20 million.
Ahead of HungaroControl's webinar on how to implement an effective ATM strategy and the role of simulation and validation, we asked the speakers, Fanni Kling and Gábor Papp, some questions to introduce themselves and the themes of the webinar.
15 October 2018 | By HungaroControl
This webinar presented HungaroControl’s simulation and validation capabilities. Simulation is a key assessment technique in air traffic control used for training programs and for the validation of new concepts.
Fresh from scooping up the Sustainability Category Innovation Award at the Airport Show 2018 in Dubai, Attila Simon, Director of Business Development at HungaroControl, speaks about how Hungary’s free-route airspace is a showcase of delivering real customer value.
With air traffic set to double over the next 20 years, airport operations are becoming stretched and airports are turning to technology to ensure efficiency isn’t affected. Drawing upon the knowledge of regulators, airports and ANSPs, International Airport Review’s Guide To… Remote Digital Towers will reveal the benefits of one…
Csaba Gergely, Senior ATM Advisor at HungaroControl (Hungarian Air Navigation Service Provider) discusses how their products can help the airport industry move forward and what’s in store for the company in the future.
HungaroControl, the Hungarian air navigation service provider (ANSP), provides air navigation services in the Hungarian airspace - on a NATO assignment – in the upper airspace over Kosovo, trains air traffic control personnel, and conducts air navigation research and development.