Ricochet to supply recording technology to Oslo Air Traffic Control Center

Ricochet AS - a leading global provider of recording and replay systems within Air Traffic Control (ATC) announced its contract with Avinor AS. Ricochet will install a recording solution for Oslo Air Traffic Control Centers fall-back system.
jotronAvinor operates 46 airports in Norway, thereof 12 in cooperation with the armed forces. Ricochet is dominant in the Norwegian ATC recording market - and the system of choice on a global basis with satisfied customers in more than 350 airports and marine ports.

Ricochets solution for Oslo ATCCs fall-back system offers recording and replaying of more than 300 audio channels. Oslo ATCC has deployed Ricochets technology since 2005. The ATCC is located in Røyken and is responsible for the controlled airspace above Eastern Norway. The Control Center is owned and operated by the state enterprise Avinor, who is responsible for planning, developing and operating the Norwegian airport network.

Avinor is responsible for maintaining the correct safety level at all airports, says Tormod Gjerde, Senior Engineer at Avinor AS. Safety has the highest priority, and Ricochet complies with international standards and with the demands of our business.

We are very proud that Avinor has selected Ricochet for its long term safety partner, says Rolf Parnemann, Director of Sales, Ricochet AS. - Ricochets vision is for our customers to experience and feel the superior performance and simplicity of use in all the different Ricochet products and services.
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