The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has given green light to Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) to start operations on May 2, as scheduled.
At the presence of the Malaysian Transport Minister, the new airport has been declared as fit and safe for use, according to the safety standards set by ICAO.
SITTI has heavily contributed to this successful event, by providing new VCS systems and expanding the already existing ones in the air traffic control network.
Voice Communication Systems (VCS) deployed in Malaysia include both TDM and VoIP installations.
They are interconnected by means of a WAN IP network that allows operator to have seamless access to remote resources.
In case of any trouble, the VCS systems may operate by their own, thus allowing operations even in case of serious faults and network interruption.
SITTI is proud to be part in this project that aims at “cementing the position of Malaysia as a leading hub”, as the Transport Minister said.