COMSOFT Enables AMHS Link Between India and Singapore

Successful AMHS interoperability tests have been conducted in the Asia-Pacific region between India and Singapore.
MUMBAI/INDIA, October 2009 On October 14th the first AMHS message could be exchanged between the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) in the course of conducting bilateral interoperability tests according to the ASIA/PAC AMHS Manual. Both participating administrations operate COMSOFTs mature messaging solution AIDA-NG with a track record of many successful trials and two operational AMHS links in Europe and the Middle East. AIDA-NG handles AFTN as well as the AMHS networks in a closely integrated way and provides sophisticated means to manage the transition procedure from AFTN to AMHS safely.
As the new standard for ground-to-ground messaging communication is being adopted rapidly, the German communication expert is particularly committed to the transition of services to AMHS and is actively pushing the development. With an increasing number of operational AMHS connections and likewise rising number of successful trials, AIDA-NG inspires its customers with confidence regarding the impending era of this new messaging standard.
In view of the successful AMHS interoperability exercise which went exceptionally smooth and fast, the two Air Navigation Service Providers target to establish a permanent AMHS connection over the ASIA/PAC ATN, as soon as the impending pre-operational tests according to the ICAO AMHS Manual will be concluded.
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