Tern Systems reached an important milestone today when the Factory Acceptance Testing was completed for the Cheongju Emergency Approach Control System in S-Korea. This system will be a backup system for 3 major Approach Control Centers in S-Korea: Seoul, Jeju and Gimhae. The system will be installed in four locations, the main system in Cheongju but additional working positions will be located at each of the Approach Centers. Additionally, Tern will deliver a simulator to provide a training and testing environment. This system will also be delivered with a new product from Tern, the Electronic Flight Strip System.
In parallel to the FAT, three inspectors from the Seoul Regional Office of Aviation and the Busan Regional Office of Aviation received training on our systems.
The next phase of the project is installation in S-Korea and training for Operators and Maintenance personnel.

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Winner of the prize draw announced

Tern Systems and Isavia had a prize draw at our stand at the World ATM Congress. The prize was a trip to Iceland from any of Icelandair’s destinations and the Northern Lights Tour with Reykjavik Excursions – for two persons.

We are pleased to announce the lucky winner this year. Her name is Natalie Momberger and she comes from France. We congratulate her and hope she will enjoy her trip to Iceland.

Thank you all who participated for visiting us at our stand.

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Tern Systems are exhibiting at stand number 953 at the World ATM Congress in Madrid, 7 – 9 March 2017. As in the previous years we will be there with our mother company, Isavia, the Air Navigation Service Provider in Iceland. We will be presenting our ATC Systems, including our TAS System and Training Simulator for Tower, APP and ACC. Our experts, both developers and researchers from Tern as well as ATC controllers and end users from Isavia will be on hand at our stand. We look forward to seeing you there!

Click here to see the floor plan

Click here for more information on the World ATM Congress

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Tern Systems developed in cooperation with Isavia a new system (Isavia NOTAM System) to send NOTAM messages via ATFN terminal. The project started in 2014 but was taken into operation late April this year. NOTAM (A Notice to Airmen) is sent to alert pilots of potential hazards along a flight route or at the destination that could affect the flight.
The main difference from the legacy system is a database to store NOTAM, more efficient procedures and is supposed to minimize human error. Site Acceptance Test completed early April.

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