FREQUENTIS implements smartMessenger AMHS System at Naviair in Denmark

The implementation of smartMessenger is a significant milestone in Naviair’s migration to AMHS (ATS Message Handling System) as mandated by ICAO.
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Feb. 23, 2011 - PRLog -- Naviair is a company owned by the Danish State which provides air navigation services in the countries of Denmark and Greenland. The air service navigation provider has been operating the Frequentis AFTN Message Switch system since 1986 in Denmark and since 1992 in Greenland.
With the latest upgrade, Frequentis implemented smartMessenger configured to support the AMHS, AFTN and CIDIN message formats and the management of OPMET data at Naviair facilities in Denmark. The system supports the activities of over 80 operators. The system was implemented with a short delivery schedule of 3 months from the signature of the contract to the final acceptance of the system.
“We are very satisfied with the implementation support that we received from Frequentis and the performance of the system” said Bent Fog, Director Technical Maintenance at Naviair.
“Naviair and Frequentis have enjoyed a close collaboration for over 20 years and we are pleased that this collaboration will continue in the years to come” said John Fort, CEO at Frequentis California.

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Frequentis is an international supplier of communication and information systems to two core markets: air traffic management (civil and military applications) and public safety and transport (police, fire & ambulance services, inland and maritime shipping, rail). Fail-safe connectivity, connection set-up in milliseconds and user-friendly design are core elements of Frequentis products. The systems and products developed and sold by Frequentis are all components of a control centre solution. "Control centre" is a generic term applied to operational command and control facilities charged with the support, coordination and observation tasks involved in safety-relevant situations and incidents. The primary goal of a control centre is to ensure the protection of individuals and goods from harm or injury. Appropriate solutions are therefore particularly important for customers working in safety-relevant sectors.
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