In: Products 05 Jul 2017 Tags: , , , , ,

SSE has extended its relationship with utility businesses through the purchase by SSE (Scottish and Southern Energy) of an enhanced and expanded suite of radio planning and modelling software.

Two arms of SSE now use ATDI’s flagship radio planning tool. One of them, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), provides real-time system delivery for SSE through its SCADA network. This includes RF and propagation modelling, as part of overseeing the company’s control systems across the UK. The other division is SSE Enterprise which works with SSE’s renewables, network and generation operations. The latest purchase will be used by SSE’s telecoms network design team to carry out detailed surveys for near line-of-sight radio connectivity to substations, wind farms and other company infrastructure. The radio links enable SSE to manage its electricity distribution network.

SSE’s extended relationship with ATDI adds to ATDI’s existing customers in the utilities industry: Western Power, sector radio regulator JRC, and ESB in the Republic of Ireland.

ATDI lead engineer Simon Parsons, who was a manager at JRC for 20 years, comments: “It is gratifying that this vital industry relies on ATDI to this degree. There are now a number of UK energy utilities using ATDI tools and one of the attractions to those companies is that ATDI software delivers a consistency of output for all of them. The ability to share spectrum management data seamlessly with JRC is the most efficient way to manage spectrum resources.”


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

Mauritius steps in for ATDI Spectrum engineering solution


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: Exhibitions 01 Sep 2016 Tags: , , ,


ATDI is delighted to announce its’ attendance at this years’ AfricaCom conference and exhibition. This event will enable attendees to view Africa’s digital future, as well as providing opportunities to network and do business.

Date: 15-17 November 2016
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa
Stand: C13b

Exhibitor: Mr. Laurent NOVEL

Check out the action and program of the event: here