Kiev & Lviv upgrades by SITTI

- Milan, Italy.

Following the positive experience with the existing Voice Communication Systems (VCS) from SITTI, the Ukrainian Air Navigation Service Provider UKSATSE decided to upgrade them, by adding new multi-protocol radio/telephone interfaces and digital E1 links. This will allow the MULTIFONO® M600 VCS systems deployed in the ACCs (Area Control Centres) to interface future standard ED 137 radios and to enhance communications towards the other ACCs in the country.

In addition to that, a brand new M801IP VCS system was installed in Kiev for simulation purposes. This will allow simulation exercises to be carried out by controllers and pilots who simulate their activities for training purposes. This is accomplished through the flexible way the MULTIFONO® M801IP is designed, thus allowing any new addition of positions and simulated radio/telephone lines. At least 4 parallel exercises can be run simultaneously, during which data is collected for later analysis and discussion to further improve the awareness level of the trainees.

SITTI is a primary VCS manufacturer and supplier worldwide, capable of giving prompt and top edge solution answers to Customer needs, both in the Civilian and Military fields. The leading edge, redundant, non-blocking architecture of the MULTIFONO® M800IP® provides flexibility and modularity for easy expansion and addition of further functionalities.

Ukrainian Air Navigation Service Provider UKSATSE upgrades its SITTI VCS systems

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