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FREQUENTIS digital cloud services: Paving the way for Estonian U-space
Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) has been working with Frequentis to create an environment where drones and civil aviation can coexist in the shared airspace
Drone operations in Spanish airspace increase by more than 200%
ENAIRE will host some of the first air taxi and parcel flights in several regions of Spain as part of its involvement in urban air mobility projects
EUROCONTROL MUAC optimises airspace sectors to benefit from free route airspace
EUROCONTROL’s Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) successfully implemented a major overhaul of its airspace sector layout, which now better meets the European concept of free route airspace.
Altitude Angel launches next-gen airspace management for airports
Altitude Angel announced a next-generation airspace management solution to be initially deployed to support regional and local airports and airfields
Rohde & Schwarz assures quality of ANSP networks
Advanced Voice Quality Assurance system (R&S AVQA by Rohde & Schwarz) extends the functionality from IP to radio frequency of air traffic control provider networks.
CANSO and CGH Technologies, Inc. partner for enhancing ATM
CANSO and CGH Technologies, Inc. partner to provide ANSPs with new platform for enhancing air traffic management
Fraport Slovenia enhances aeronautical data quality with FREQUENTIS
Frequentis to support Ljubljana Airport with enhancing aeronautical data quality in line with its airport expansion
EU-funded SlotMachine project to use blockchain technology for more cost-efficient flight slot configuration
Blockchain feasibility for ATFM study underway in Austria with government, education and industry participants.
Airways International completes Norway ATC simulation project
A fully remote installation of 12 air traffic control simulator sites throughout Norway is now complete,
Port of Antwerp managing unmanned airspace
Port of Antwerp appoints Unifly as UTM technology partner, becomes first seaport to manage its airspace