Few could disagree that aviation remains one of the most vital global industries, due to its capability for transporting goods, people and even ideas thousands of miles in a span of a few hours. Fewer still could argue that aviation is also one of the industries most fraught with danger from equipment failure and human error. Safety is paramount, and clear, continuous communications between airplanes and ground control personnel is at the top of the list for maintaining safety.
What follows is a case study of how an airport traffic solutions provider, Airways New Zealand, expanded airport communications at Auckland International Airport to increase safety with help from Aviat Networks. Together, they implemented five-nines availability microwave radio solutions and futureproof element management system software that will meet the airport’s communications needs for at least the next 10 to 15 years. And all while implementing the network, no disruptions occurred to ongoing airport operations. Overall, the mission-critical communications system of the airport has been enhanced to a failsafe level of readiness.
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