Evolving ACARS landscape is fortitude of connected aircraft age

An elaborating multi-link ACARS landscape, embracing cutting-edge cockpit connectivity and plain VHF foundations, will sojourn a fortitude of a aviation attention for a foreseeable future. So says SITAONAIR, tellurian personality in aviation operational and ATC communications, in a latest white paper, ACARS: Timeless tech for a connected aircraft age.

With a towering 7.2 billion passengers approaching to take to a skies in 2035, according to IATA projections, SITAONAIR’s latest news argues that pushing a expansion and diversification of a ACARS technologies is pivotal to lenient a attention to negotiate an increasingly swarming airspace.

SITAONAIR recently announced critical partnerships with Inmarsat and Teledyne Controls that illustrate a affability of ACARS capabilities for rising technologies, reflecting and ancillary a different tellurian aviation village in a connected aircraft age. 

SITAONAIR has combined Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) to a portfolio; an ACARS-reliant next-generation moody rug communications height giving airlines a dedicated IP connectivity use ancillary extended reserve and operational efficiency. 

Working with Teledyne Controls, SITAONAIR is delivering a aviation industry’s first-ever airline-integrated ACARS datalink human mobile 3G/4G service. Employing Teledyne Controls’ GroundLink Comm+ system, SITAONAIR is means to confederate human mobile services into a core datalink network, giving airlines a coherence and advantage of another delivery channel for aircraft communications.

Meanwhile, VHF, VDL and bequest networks continue to be adopted, advanced, and work alongside these swap technologies, around a world. Among these poignant programs, minute in a white paper, SITAONAIR has upgraded Europe’s primary ATC-airline communications network, delivering Europe’s initial Multi-Frequency (MF) Very High Frequency Digital Link mode 2 (VDLm2) infrastructure. In Mar 2017 a Czech Republic’s Air Navigation Service Provider, ANS CR, allocated SITAONAIR to broach a “communication gateway” to Prague Airport and others – by a ACARS network. 

The company’s VHF/VDL network has also determined an vicious new aircraft communications infrastructure in building tools of a world, with some-more than 50 sites determined in Brazil before to a Rio Olympic Games. 

Evolving ACARS landscape
Paul Gibson, Portfolio Director, AIRCOM during SITAONAIR, explains: “SITAONAIR’s ACARS network continues to develop from a VHF origins, embracing satellite services, VHF and higher-speed VHF Digital Link (VDL), to understanding with a solid arise in atmosphere traffic.

“Our new proclamation with Inmarsat on a adoption of SwiftBroadband-Safety to a wide-ranging connected aircraft portfolio will infer critical. We’re vehement about a intensity SB-S will move to capacitate us to serve innovate new, and raise a existing, services and solutions, around a dedicated, secure IP tie to a cockpit. 

“SITAONAIR is holding strides to safeguard a ACARS network is elaborating in tandem with a digital age, to capacitate summary delivery regulating swap technologies. Traditional ACARS and ACARS over IP will have a jointly vicious purpose to play in a ground-to-air connectivity landscape. Whether ancillary a delivery of millions of ACARS messages exchanged each day, advancing Brazil’s finish VHF and VDL datalink network forward of a Rio Olympics, or rising a next-generation moody rug IP communications platform, SITAONAIR is and will sojourn executive to a industry’s ACARS story.”

ACARS stays heavily integrated into a belligerent systems of many airlines. Huge volumes of critical aircraft information come to and from aircraft around ACARS messaging, with 220 airlines now relying on SITAONAIR’s multi-link ACARS technology. The white paper highlights because ACARS, in a diversity, stays a many reliable, fit and cost-effective ground-to-air messaging system, with SITAONAIR as a core use provider.

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