The number of air passengers is on the rise. The volume of air cargo is increasing. Energy, staff costs and competition: up, up, up. And security challenges continue to grow.
Digital radio communications can improve the efficiency of airport operations even in this difficult environment.
Discover the many airports around the world that are already using secure radio communication solutions to work more effectively and safely —
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Smartphones and other smart devices are so common today that there have to be ways to include their users also in professional operations.
Special solutions from Airbus Defence and Space now make it possible —
Running a major airport requires communications just as a big event does — the Olympic Games, maybe — but every day, day in, day out.
Serve your airports' complex radio communication needs with Virtual Private Networks. Your many different airport user groups can each have the experience of using their own private network.
Busy airports manage hundreds of flights a day, each requiring dozens of employees to communicate with each other.
With a modern radio network, dispatchers can set up temporary talk groups for each flight, remotely over the air.
A person serving several flights can follow communications in all her groups by using the priority-scanning feature on her TETRA radio.
Radio networks from Airbus Defence and Space offer dozens of security features that help airports meet their security requirements, including:
Claricor radio communication system is the smart choice for airport installations.
Claricor can be easily expanded as the needs grow.
Tactilon Dabat is more than a smartphone. Tactilon Dabat is more than a PMR radio.
Tactilon Dabat is world’s first - a smartphone and a full TETRA radio in one device.
In 2014, more than 1,000,000,000 passengers travelled through airports that have adopted digital TETRA/Tetrapol radios (Click to tweet!)
More than 3,000 users at Paris airports share the radio comms system — and its cost (Click to tweet!)
Digital TETRA serves around 7,000 users at Beijing airport (Click to tweet!)
Applications can be tailor-made for airport use too, when the radios support Java - like Airbus radios do.
ROCS, the Role Oriented Communication System from Mentura Group lets users make a call by using the flight number and the person’s role, without knowing their name or radio number. Discover how Düsseldorf airport uses the solution:
Tactilon Agnet is an app for smart devices. It lets you use a push-to-talk button on a smartphone and communicate in a TETRA talk group.
This way, the people vital to an operation can be connected. Even when they use different devices and technologies.