Voice communications leader Trilogy – a world class supplier of technologies for the defense and industrial sectors – will be providing a communications system for the Andøya Test Centre (ATC) located on the island of Andøya in northern Norway.
ATC provides testing for a variety of aerospace and ship-based applications such as surface to air, air to surface, subsurface to air or surface to surface including missile tracking and guidance systems.
"The Andøya project demonstrates the comprehensive functionality available through Mercury, not only in terms of voice communications but also its ability to adapt to the additional requirements not found in the original project brief including the range wide siren and the Go/No Go indications," said Mark Ellis, director of Trilogy Communications, in a statement.The Trilogy system forms a key element of the latest upgrade to the facilities at ATC and will provide a significant increase in capability once it comes online in summer 2011, according to company officials.
With the Trilogy system in place, businesses can address challenges such as the integration of communications from military and civil, air and maritime radios and a range of other devices. With an integrated subsystem, ATC is able to access all of the assets used on the range at any given time and from any of its operator locations.
Three main elements make of the Trilogy system including the range control site; three deployable instrumentation nodes and the customer suite. All three elements are unified through an IP via a microwave link allowing all voice traffic including the radios to be passed between locations. In related industry news, whether your business is a hospital, law firm or call center, Stealth Communications (News - Alert), a voice peering leader, has enterprise VoIP network solutions for your business.
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