The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded Frequentis USA, Inc. a contract for the delivery of the Conference Control System Warrenton (CCS-W) to the new Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) being built in Warrenton, VA.
Frequentis USA will deliver its successful 3020 communication system, configured with up to 200 operator positions and more than 500 conferences with up to 1,000 participants each. We are proud to play a vital role in equipping the FAAs new ATCSCC facility in Virginia, says Lenny Swiontek, Vice President of Operations and Program Manager for the CCS-W program at Frequentis USA. The CCS-W system will be manufactured in Frequentis Columbia, MD, facility together with the 3020 systems being delivered under a NASA contract for multi-site conferencing systems, and another contract for the FAAs terminal voice systems under the Interim Voice Switch Replacement (IVSR) program. Frequentis is a leading provider of mission critical voice communications and conferencing systems to the United States Government through its FAA contracts and its contract to deploy the 3020 system to all major NASA space operations centers globally. Since 2004, Frequentis has delivered more than 30 of its 3020 voice communication systems to FAA-operated air traffic control facilities, contract towers, and the existing ATCSCC in Herndon, VA.