COMSOFT announces the successful completion of site acceptance tests for their state-of-the-art Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) system in Vietnam.
HANOI/VIETNAM, June 2009 Just a few weeks after a smooth conclusion of the systems factory acceptance tests in Germany, the new AIM solution of the Vietnamese air navigation service provider VANSCORP has passed all items on the test agenda for on-site acceptance.
COMSOFT supplied VANSCORP with a country-spanning AIM network with a total of 22 locations involved. The systems central database manages both static and dynamic AIS data and is located in Hanoi, where it successfully demonstrated its capability to provide all sites with fully automated AIM operations. NOTAM, OPMET, flight planning, local and web-based integrated briefing, charting, and electronic AIP procedures are incorporated as elaborate workflows. The fully integrated AIM design, paired with its feature to grant authorized users access to certain documentation services such as NOTAMs, weather charts, AIPs and Search and Rescue information via a web-based application, turned VANSCORP into an operator of industry leading AIM technology in the Asia-Pacific region.
Both customer and supplier are fully satisfied with the results and keep focused on the ongoing elaborate transition process in which legacy data in various formats is being migrated into the new system database. Subsequent to its completion the system will be ready for operational use.