Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) and Cybernetica have signed an agreement for the continuous development and global offering of the Remote Tower system, currently developed and deployed in Estonia, with the sales perspective focused on low-traffic intensity aerodromes around the world.
“Remote air traffic control service means that the Controller’s working position does not need to be in immediate vicinity of the aerodrome using the service. To provide Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) with information about the movements detected by video cameras, the vis...
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