In: Press releases, Products 22 Feb 2017 Tags: , ,

ATDI signing off for ICS telecom V15 with newly acquired Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services (BAF)

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ATDI is further enhancing its local footprint and presence in Germany with a new contract deal on software provision, training and maintenance services signed off in February with the Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services (Bundesaufsichtsamt für Flugsicherung – BAF)

The contract scope covers the provision of ICS telecom V15, a 2-year maintenance and a 1-week training services. ICS telecom V15, ATDI’s flagship for Radio Planning and Technical Spectrum Management software, is since 1990 (ICS Version 1), the key package in the planners’ toolkit. It is capable of modelling any size of radio system from intensive local area to extensive countrywide.

This new contract shows and significantly demonstrates once again ATDI‘s highly driven expertise for Civilian Aviation, Aeronautical propagation, Navigational Aids with BAF representing a key account in Germany.

BAF was namely searching for a new improved software solution that only ATDI can offer due its global leadership positioning in terms of expertize, know-how, long experience and customer centric focus.

With Airbus, IABG, ILF, Acellonet, Bescom, BDBOS, Funkwerk, Detecon, Selectric… ATDI further increases its presence in Germany.

This occurs within a new strategic context of market and partner acquisition of ATDI to retouch base on Germany’s spectrum management and radio planning solutions playground and to further enhance ATDI’s footprint, brand awareness, brand impact and positioning in our neighbor country that represents an immense opportunity to ATDI’s highly qualitative, performing, innovative and customized A-class Next gen software solutions offer and services in spectrum management and Radio Network and Frequency planning.

The Langen-based Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services is the national supervisory authority for civil air navigation services in Germany. The BAF authority was established on 18 September 2009. It is under the authority of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). Its director is Prof Nikolaus Herrmann.

As the national supervisory authority, it ensures that all air navigation service providers operating in Germany comply with the specified safety requirements. It is, for example, responsible for checking the quality and reliability of radio navigation aids and the licensing of air traffic controllers.

The BAF authority was established to comply with the EU Regulation for a single European sky. This Regulation aims at common airspace management to optimize flight routes, thus reducing flight time and protecting the environment.
Runway-in-use 
The runway-in-use, or landing direction, depends on the current wind direction as aircraft typically take off and land facing into the wind. Runways are designated according to international standards based on their heading.
At Frankfurt Airport, for example, the parallel runways are designated as follows: RWY 25 (which stands for 250 degrees on the compass rose, i.e. west wind) and 07 (which stands for 70 degrees, i.e. east wind). As western winds clearly prevail (75% of the time), landing direction 25 is predominantly used.

Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur – BMVI) 
The Federal Government, represented by Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, is the Shareholder of DFS. The BMVI bears the political responsibility for air navigation services in Germany and has entrusted DFS with the provision of air navigation services.

 

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In: Press releases, Products, Services 11 Feb 2017 Tags: , , , , , ,

ATDI masters “Excellence in Innovation” through RRT Lithuania’s deal on e-licensing and e-government

RRT Lithuania opts in for ATDI’s world leading A-class Spectrum Management expertise and increases ATDI’s global credentials

After several months of project development by a global multi-disciplinary expert’s team between London, Paris and Kiev, ATDI is extremely pleased to announce its signing off on the project acceptation with RRT, the Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania, in December 2016.

The project covers the provision of two customized e-licensing and e-government systems through a unique web portal. The project is planned to go Live shortly in February 2017.

 

  1. Through the e-Licensing system, RRT is being enabled
  • To generate requests for MW (Microwave), PMSE (Programme Making and Special Events) or any other « lite licensing request» through the web

(plus flexible implementation of lite licensing for any new system)

  • To follow-up online status and details of the requests generated by mobile operators, PMR, broadcasters, radio amateurs

 

  1. The e-Government system provides RRT with
  • Public access to « National Frequency Allocation Table” and to the data of the stations through the web portal
  • Public access to data through the web portal
  • Specific data sharing related to electromagnetic pollution through the web portal
  • Possibility to provide access to specific data to other government institutions and entities, e.g. Ministry of Defense, Police…

 

Linas Spraunius, RRT Head of Spectrum Engineering Division, testifies further:

In addition, I have just remembered one key aspect which I have found most amazing about ICS Manager – its “flexibility”.

 

 

Once again ATDI fully delivers on global A-class Next Gen expertize and localized approach with innovative, customized solutions in ICS Manager to fully respond to the needs of its clients to shape the future now in a highly collaborative, agile, interactive way through its global multi-disciplinary team.

Historic and Key milestones of RRT and ATDI sustainable collaboration

RRT has been using ATDI software ICS telecom as Spectrum engineering tool since 2005 and ATDI software ICS manager, the solution for spectrum management, since 2015.

ATDI provided RRT since with software, training, database migration, customization, and system integration, including the automation of RRT workflows and the development of a web portal for licenses management. The key focus of RRT consists of competition promotion in electronic communications and postal sectors.

Shaping a historic, sustainable and highly collaborative partnership for more than 12 years now with ATDI, RRT is increasing the network of national Regulatory Authorities, that are constantly demonstrating a high degree of satisfaction with the expertize and solutions provided.

 

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In: Press releases, Products, Services 10 Feb 2017

Norway continue to sustainably relying on ATDI ‘s services offer

NKOM renewing ATDI maintenance services contract

In November 2016, ATDI was honored to train NKOM, the Norwegian Communications Authority (Norwegian: Nasjonal kommnikasjonsmyndighet), on ICS telecom, ICS Manager and 4G mobile modules during 4 days at the regulator’s site.

ADTI was also asked to cover NKOM’s database migration ICS manager that was run and completed with success in December 2016.

After 5 years of fruitful collaboration and loyalty, NKOM demonstrates once again full trust in ATDI by renewing its maintenance services contract for its spectrum management system in 2017.

 

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