Ubitech Expands its Middle Eastern Presence With an AMHS Contract With ICAA of Iraq

Ubitech has further proven itself as the AMHS supplier of choice in Iraq after signing a contract with Iraq Civil Aviation Authority to install an AMHS system at the Baghdad International Airport (BIA). This is Ubitechs second project with ICAA having already successfully installed and commissioned a similar system in Basra, Iraq.
Ubitech routinely deploys AMHS systems under tight deadlines and this project is no different. ICAA has specifically requested that the project be completed in under six months and Ubitech is pleased to satisfy this requirement. The maturity of the Ubimex AMHS system makes it easily adaptable and flexible to meet any unique customer requirements allowing for speedy implementations even in demanding environments.

The Ubimex is highly reliable having been field-proven in locations around the world where it exceeds performance requirements while ensuring business continuity and protecting against any data loss. Ubitech and its local partner in Iraq, Al Nawares Aviation Inc., will coordinate together the project implementation from site survey, training, installation, acceptance testing, and commissioning to guarantee a smooth AFTN to AMHS transition for ICAA.

The Ubimex will give ICAA unique advantages not available from all other AMHS systems. Firstly, the Ubimex already supports the latest amendments to ICAO DOC 4444 for the new Flight Plan format. Secondly, the Ubimex utilizes powerful web-based technologies to deliver the feature-rich Ubimex Web User Agent to end-users through a common web-browser with no requirement for any local AMHS software installation. And lastly, the Ubimex and all its software was developed solely by Ubitech with no 3rd party software components. This means that Ubitech can support 100% of its AMHS software as opposed to our competitors who rely on 3rd party software vendors and cannot provide software support themselves.


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