Norway selects Frequentis Advanced NMS to support crewed and uncrewed traffic management

Norwegian air navigation service provider Avinor has selected Frequentis’ Advanced Network Management System (Advanced-NMS) to provide a ‘flexible and scalable solution to evolve with customer demands’. Avinor manages a complex and growing airspace featuring both crewed and uncrewed traffic, which requires complete operational awareness and regular status information of its technical resources and infrastructure. By implementing an overall operational monitoring solution, the efficiency of airspace management can be enhanced, says the press release.

In modern ATM operations, the complexity and scale of systems is growing. ANSPs must integrate legacy equipment with state-of-the-art digital technologies, while managing dynamically changing flight volume. The Frequentis Advanced-NMS also allows ANSPs to adopt new contingency scenarios to increase overall operational flexibility. Fully customisable alarms, reports, and the capability to monitor from the overall network level down to the individual Air Traffic Management (ATM) service level are just some of the solutions’ capabilities.

“The growing complexity of our legacy monitoring systems was gradually making our work harder, so we are grateful to be offered this more future-proof solution to further improve our operations,“ says Ellen Lystad, Director for ANS Technology Development in Avinor.

Frequentis and Avinor have worked on numerous projects together since 2012, including the provision of an uncrewed traffic management (UTM) system to support Norway in its drone strategy.

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