2014 was a successful year for AIRvoice
AIRvoice the new generation of full-IP voice communication system has successfully passed factory and site acceptance tests and is now fully operative on 10 airports in Africa.
Since March 2014, the revamping of 18 African airports is underway, through a process of acquisition voice communication switch systems (VCS).
From March 2014 to January 2015, over 60 AIRvoice workstations have been implemented and are now fully operative on 10 airfields in Africa (Cameroon, Gabon, Madagascar, Chad and more …).
Air-Ground and Ground-Ground voice communications are an essential part, hence very sensitive, of the air traffic controller work. AIRvoice improves the operating conditions for the provision of air traffic services combining VHF/UHF/HF radio and telephone tools.
Thanks to its high level of integration and its ergonomic interface, this new voice communication system offers an exceptional usability that exceeds the requirements and expectations of the air traffic controller. Moreover, its redundant architecture, its compliance with Eurocae ED 137 and its specific internal design make AIRVoice the perfect tool for remote airports in a harsh environment.