In: Press releases 13 Jul 2017 Tags: , , ,

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RADIOCOMMUNICATION : L’Agence Nationale des Fréquences confirme son choix de continuer à travailler avec ATDI

 

Le groupe ATDI se félicite que l’ANFR, l’Agence Nationale des Fréquences, (chargée par l’Etat des missions de planification, de gestion de l’implantation des émetteurs, de contrôle et de délivrance des autorisations et certificats radio) ait renouvelé le 13 juillet 2017 la maintenance et les supports des licences des logiciels d’ATDI.

 

L’Agence Nationale des Fréquences a confirmé son choix de continuer à utiliser les logiciels de calcul et d’ingénierie conçus par les équipes d’ATDI permettant toute la gestion du spectre électromagnétique en France : renouvellement de 36 licences du logiciel ICS telecom et package pour un nombre illimité de licences du logiciel ICS Manager.

 

Ces dernières années ont été marquées par une croissance spectaculaire des usages en matière de radiocommunication et la gestion du spectre hertzien (l’ensemble des fréquences sur lesquelles peuvent opérer tous les systèmes de radiocommunication) est un enjeu majeur pour l’Etat.
Depuis plus de 20 ans, ATDI demeure un partenaire historique des autorités françaises pour aider à la régulation de ce secteur sensible, tant dans le domaine civil que militaire.

 

A propos d’ATDI : Créée en France il y a près de 30 ans, ATDI (Advanced Topographic Development et Images), désormais groupe international, conçoit, développe et publie des logiciels spécialement conçus pour répondre aux exigences de la radiocommunication et de la guerre électronique, la gestion du spectre, la surveillance, la cartographie numérique, la conception et l’optimisation des réseaux.

ATDI est le leader sur le marché mondial en termes de planification et de modélisation des réseaux radio, de gestion du spectre, de spectre dynamique et d’optimisation des réseaux.
Le groupe ATDI soutient actuellement 2000 clients dans le monde, dont plus de 90 autorités nationales de régulation du spectre.

 

Le site de l’ANFR

 

In: Products 15 Mar 2017 Tags: , , , , ,

Mauritius steps in for ATDI Spectrum engineering solution

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ATDI further enhancing local footprint and global expertise

ATDI is pleased to announce a new step further in its partnership with Multi Carrier Mauritius Ltd. as part of its strategic focus to invest sustainably in long-term relationships on Africa Continent.

ATDI was retained to provide the national Broadcaster of Mauritius, Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), with ICS telecom, ATDI’s flagship for radio planning and technical spectrum management software.

The Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) is the national public broadcaster of the Republic of Mauritius, that is the islands of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agaléga. The headquarters of the MBC is found at Réduit, Moka, it also operate a station in Rodrigues. The MBC programmes are broadcast in 12 languages and provides 17 television channels in Mauritius, 4 in Rodrigues and 2 in Agaléga and 7 radio channels.

This will allow MCML to utilize the radio planning tool ICS telecom to develop, optimize and enhance further its networks (Radio and TV Broadcasting).

Multi Carrier Mauritius Ltd (MCML) is the sole provider of radio and television Transmission services in the Republic of Mauritius and its outer islands. MCML provides the link between the content providers of radio and television programs to their viewers and listeners.

MCML is wholly owned by the Government of Mauritius and operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Techno​logy, Communication and Innovation. The Board of Directors includes representatives from the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development and the Ministry of Technology, Communication and Innovation.

 

In: Products 15 Mar 2017 Tags: , , , ,

BelGIE renewing for Automated System for Radio Frequency Spectrum  Management

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Belarus re-demonstrating full Trust in ICS telecom and ICS manager

ATDI could record another key milestone in its successful long-year partnership with BelGIE, the State Supervisory Department for Telecommunications of Belarus, by renewing the contract for the provision and technical maintenance of an automated system for the management of radio frequency spectrum usage (ASM RFS) in Belarus.

The ASM RFS, developed by ATDI, has been in use in BelGIE since April 2007, and was periodically customized throughout the duration of the contract to fully and accurately respond to BelGIE’s evolving and growing requirements.

From its inception, ATDI’s flagship spectrum engineering tool, ICS telecom, and the spectrum management solution, ICS manager, have been integrated into the ASM RFS to provide BelGIE the required tools to perform various functions of radio spectrum management, such as: 

  • Management of radiocommunication stations in the civil sector
  • Inter-system electromagnetic compatibility analysis
  • Planning of use of the national radio spectrum resources;
  • National and international radio frequency coordination
  • Storage and analysis of monitoring results.

The Belorussian Receiving Centre was founded after the liberation of the BSSR from fascist occupation in 1944.

To organize radio communication and reception of radio broadcasting from Moscow, the equipment had been brought from Vologda, and the radio center had been deployed in the oldest National park of Belarus – Priluki, which was founded in the end of XVIII century.

Except the landscape on the bank of river Ptich this park is famous for the castle of XVI century belonged to the Oginsky’s family. In this park the first Belorussian film “The forest true story” had been produced.

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