FREQUENTIS teams up with Saudi aviation company NERA on ATM

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https://www.ses.ie/Frequentis and NERA have signed a partnership agreement to collaborate in order to provide cutting-edge technical and operational solutions that will improve safety and efficiency, while adhering to international safety standards for ATM.

“We are delighted to embark on this collaboration with NERA, which aligns with our commitment to enhancing airspace operations in Saudi Arabia and the broader Middle East region. It supports our shared vision for setting new industry standards and shaping the future of aviation. We look forward to a successful and productive partnership that will bring safety, sustainability, and operational efficiency advancements to the region’s aviation sector,” says Josef Kutschi, Managing Director, Frequentis Middle East.

With NERA’s extensive experience in implementing and maintaining complex ATM systems in Saudi Arabia, this partnership promises to enrich NERA’s portfolio with the addition of the Frequentis advanced Voice Communication Systems and Advanced Automated Tower Solutions.

“As innovative and technological solutions/services provider, we want to transform the future of aviation in the Middle East with the aim of improving operational efficiency, enhancing safety, and meeting green targets, while complying with international aviation standards. Together with Frequentis, we see this vision becoming a reality as we provide innovative solutions to meet the demands of Saudi Arabia and Middle Eastern airspace. We consider this partnership as the first step of a much bigger collaboration; we look forward to expanding in the near future, covering additional ATM solutions and bigger geographical territory,” says Eng. Khalid Attiah, NERA CEO.

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