FREQUENTIS To Showcase its Newest Technologies at Annual Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Conference

September 28 – October 1 will see the 59th Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Annual Conference and Exposition take place at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland.

- Vienna, Austria.

The ATCA 59th Annual Conference and Exposition takes an in-depth look at the future of air traffic control. September 28 – October 1 will see three days of presentations, seminars, networking opportunities and exhibition with international ATM experts. This year ATCA will be combined with the Civil/Military Aviation Conference (CMAC). CMAC, organised by ATCA, is the world’s largest civil/military air traffic management summit, where senior civil and military leaders from throughout the world explore plans for collaboration.

 

Frequentis will once again demonstrate its market leading civil and military communications, information, and automation systems:

  • Aeronautical Information Management Systems (AIM)
  • Terminal Flight Data Management Systems (TFDM)
  • Electronic Flight Data Systems (smartSTRIPS EFD) for civil and military air traffic control
  • Voice Communications Systems for for civil and military air traffic control (VCS3020X), including newest features such as unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) support
  • National Air Policing System for co-operation between Air Force, Police, and ANSPs
  • VHF and UHF based Radio Control Networks for Civial agencies and Military Air Defense (VCX product line)
  • Air Traffic Control / Mobile Control Towers

 

FREQUENTIS Subject Matter Experts Will Engage With the Audience:

  • Panel Discussion - 29 September 2:00 pm  – 3:15 p.m. Fostering the Future of Aviation
    Moderator: Mike Hawthorne, Noblis
    Speakers: Michele Merkle, FAA; Joseph Seifert, PASS; Jon Shedden, NATCA; Jonathan Standley, Embry-Riddle Graduate; Markus Klopf, product manager ATC Automation Products, Frequentis AG
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