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11 July 2019

SITTI is a world primary system supplier and integrator of Operational and Technical solutions for Air Traffic Control for both Civil organisations and Military Air Forces. When it comes to the military field, SITTI systems have been designed to be capable of properly manage all the advanced features that are required to cope with specific needs of advanced and secure communications, such as

• High redundancy

• Advanced Radio Management (HF, VHF, UHF)

• Security features

• Nationwide Network Management

• Simulation and Training

Ejercito Del Aire, the Spanish Air Force, have been looking (through ATOS company) for a military conformant Voice Communication System (VCS) to be installed at the Villanubla Tower. MULTIFONO® M800IP® by SITTI natively has all required characteristics that best suit the end customer needs. SITTI has therefore been awarded a contract for the supply of a military-shaped VCS system to be installed in the second half of the current year.

Ejercito Del Aire asked for some new features that are deemed to be very useful in their environment. The relevant adaptation has been agreed and implemented in a seamless way, thanks to the flexible and extremely modular manner both hardware and software parts are designed. Furthermore, the supplied system shall be capable of seamlessly be expanded by at least 50% of its initial capacity. Here again the SITTI approach to modular architecture plays a fundamental role, thus allowing expansion in an extremely smooth way.

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