Comsoft Solutions has completed the smooth relocation of Colombian AMHS to the new Centro de Gestión Aeronáutica de Colombia (CGAC), which included the supply, installation, integration and transition of Comsoft Solutions’ operational AMHS system, AIDA-NG, with no service interruption.
During the relocation to the new Colombian ATM Centre at the international airport of El Dorado, Bogotá, Comsoft Solutions delivered new hardware and major software releases in order to provide outstanding performance and future upgrade possibilities. Along with the German expert’s Market-leading Message Handling system AIDA-NG, the solution includes Aeronautical Messaging System CADAS-ATS, the Configuration Management Suite, CCMS, and the Monitoring System CNMS, which will be used for the central supervision of all system components.
The original AIDA-NG message handling server was installed in the Colombian Capital city of Bogota in 2009. CADAS-ATS terminals also formed part of the project, ensuring ARO and MET users throughout the country were fully supported with Aeronautical Information Management.
The new AMHS now serves around 150 user positions throughout the country, including for national ARO, military and international users, providing all flight plan and other messaging to the new ATM centre in Bogotá and throughout Colombia. The relocation project continues the unprecedented history of continued ATM improvements in the South American region which was marked in November 2010 by the regions first ever operational AMHS connection, between Colombia and Peru, both using Comsoft Solutions’ AIDA-NG.