Tern Systems, in partnership with Shin Myung Power, has won a contract to install an ATM system at three airports in South Korea.

The new ARTS system is based on the Tern ATC Tower and Approach System (TAS) and will be installed at three airports at the east coast of S-Korea, Pohang, Uljin and Ulsan. The system includes approach working positions in Pohang, as well as tower positions at all three airports. Part of the project is to connect to a new MLAT system, currently in installation in S-Korea as well as providing an Electronic Flight Strip System.

In addition, Tern Systems will be providing a simulator to be used for training and testing at Pohang Airport.

The project has started and is scheduled for completion in October 2016. Once completed this project will bring the number of TAS equipped airports in South-Korea up to four, since Tern already has a system in operation at Jeju International Airport.


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Tern Systems have successfully completed a Site Acceptance Test (SAT) for the new ATC Tower and Approach System installed at Adisucipto International Airport in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

The system in Yogyakarta is Tern’s second system in Indonesia. Tern’s ATC System has been in operation in Sepinggan Airport in Balikpapan since 2012.

The Yogyakarta ATC System consists of 11 working positions in tower and approach configuration. A built-in Arrival Manager (AMAN) is embedded into the operators’ radar display. The system incorporates recording and playback facilities from Ricochet.

Prior to the SAT, Tern Systems completed an on-site training of 28 air traffic controllers and 10 technicians.

AirNav Indonesia, the state-owned Indonesian Flight Navigation Service Provider, is responsible for providing all air traffic control services across the Indonesian Flight Information Region (FIR).

The Adisucipto International Airport is the 8th busiest airport in Indonesia. The airport has been undergoing redevelopment to meet the rapidly increasing traffic.

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Tern Systems recently won a contract to provide a 3D Tower Simulator for three airports in Greenland, Nuuk, Narsarsuaq and Illulisat. This is our second project in Greenland this year, now a Simulator to be used in training for AFIS personnel by the Danish company Integra.
A 270° Tower view will be provided using six 65″ tv´s. The project therefore involves the localization and modelling of three airports plus a voice communication simulator.
The first airport will be delivered at the end of August and the other two in November this year.


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Tern Systems’ specialists are currently conducting an on site training course for air traffic controllers, technicians and specialists in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The on-site course is an addition to the training the AirNav Indonesia employees received in Iceland last December. These training courses are part of a project for AirNav Indonesia – the Tern ATC Tower and Approach System, which is currently being installed at Adisucipto International Airport in Yogyakarta. The system consists of 11 working positions in Tower and Approach configurations and comes equipped with a built-in AMAN (Arrival Manager). The system is scheduled for SAT in mid August.


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On the 8th of May, Tern Systems successfully delivered the latest version of the Tern Systems’ ATC simulator (TSIM) to Isavia Training and ATS Procedures. The TSIM simulator provides a realistic training environment for the training of air traffic controllers.

The new version has been set up at the Kangerlussuaq Airport in Kangerlussuaq, on the west coast of Greenland. The airport is the largest airport in Greenland and is one of two airports that are large enough to handle large airliners.

Isavia Training and ATS Procedures will use the TSIM simulator for the purpose of training air traffic controllers in approach control, in an environment that also includes TSIM Situation Display and Tern Voice Communication Simulator (ComSim).


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Tern Systems have successfully upgraded the Radio Operator Flight Data Systems in Gannet Communication Center in Gufunes, Iceland, and in Shannon Aeradio in Ballygirreen, Ireland. The systems now run on new hardware and operating system. In addition, the RO-FDS now has the ability to connect and interact with the newly acquired VCCS system from Rohde & Schwarz.

The RO-FDS has been in operation in Gannet and Shannon Aeradio since 2005. The systems are interconnected via a dedicated link which allows radio operators in the centers to cooperate in joint operation. The RO-FDS is used to aid radio operators in relaying messages to pilots from air traffic controllers and vice versa. The RO-FDS receives, sends, processes and displays messages and maintains a flight database.

 


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