FREQUENTIS Committed to Chinese Civil Aviation for 20 Years

- Vienna, Austria.

Frequentis is the only CAAC-certified end-to-end IP solution supplier for large ATC systems in China, and very soon five of the seven Chinese Aerial Control Centers (ACCs) as well as the country’s top five high-volume airports will be operated using Frequentis’s proven communication technologies to manage their daily operations. In other words, the vast majority of commercial flights in Chinese airspace will at some point of their journey have contact with Frequentis technology.

Frequentis, the only CAAC-certified end-to-end IP solution provider for large ATM systems in China, can look back on a successful twenty-year track record in the Chinese ATM market. With its strong local presence and competence through AMT Technologies (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., the market leader in communication systems for ATC and AIM is clearly demonstrating its commitment to China’s ATM future.

Twenty years ago, CAAC and Frequentis started their cooperation with the first Voice Communication System installation in Shanghai. From that point onwards the relationship between the two partners has only intensified, with highlights such as the prestigious NESACC program, as well as large tower systems, for example in Beijing or Shanghai Pudong. In order to better support the lifecycle and expansion strategy of CAAC, Frequentis decided in 2012 to reinforce its local presence by investing in AMT Technologies Co. Ltd, located in Shanghai.

Christian Troemer, Director ATM at AMT Technologies Co. Ltd., says: “The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is handling some of the world’s fastest-growing air traffic areas, which often requires very different solutions than most other customers. We are honoured to be their trusted ATM communication partner. Recent successes such as the contract awards for Beijing TMA and the expansion of the Beijing ACC, the Shanghai Pudong TMA project, the Shenyang, and Urumqi ACC und various other projects prove that our close cooperation is fruitful.” He continues: “Those projects once again demonstrate our strong commitment to the Chinese market and our support of China’s air traffic management. We look forward to continually assisting CAAC in mastering its current and future challenges in ATM operations.”


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