Monday, 23 November 2015

Following the demand for more flights, more seats, more runways, and even more airports...

Following the demand for more flights, more seats, more runways, and even more airports...
Article: Does IP represent the future of the air traffic control room?

The aviation industry has had plenty of ‘ups and downs’, so to speak. But if there’s been one constant, it’s that the industry continues to grow. Every year that passes sees demand for more flights, more seats, more runways, and even more airports. These trends highlight the need to look for ways to ease the pressure on air traffic controllers, and help them to work more effectively.

Adder Technology’s John Halksworth uses this article to explore whether IP-based technology, specifically high-performance KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) systems are the future of air traffic control rooms, due to their flexibility, scalability and cost-efficiency.

Read the full article on airport-world.com here.

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