Tech Log

Schönhagen Airport inaugurates RNAV (GPS) IFR procedures

11 October 2018

Our customer Schönhagen Airport (EDAZ), close to Berlin, has inaugurated its first IFR procedure on 11 Oct 2018. The procedure includes a RNAV (GPS) approach and SIDs with RNAV waypoints. Planevision Systems has supported the inauguration by providing a Multilateration Surveillance System. As a close-by bird sanctuary must be avoided by all pilots arriving and departing EDAZ below 2000 ft, the regulator had imposed a position tracking and recording system for the airport. Our system went into operation on 01 Jul 2017 and since then supports the surveillance tasks within the airport's immediate airspace. In 2019 two more airports are planned to start with Multilateration Surveilance

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First lot of PlaneRTx VHF receiver rack inserts ready for sale

10 November 2017

Our PlaneRTx VHF receiver 2U rack insert is ready for the Becker GT6201 and TQ KRT2 as the ideal 8.33 kHz solution for small airports. Swapping any existing 25 kHz receiver in a 19″ airport tower rack is now only a matter of a few minutes. PlaneRTx comes with a built-in PSU, external speaker amplifier and other features depending on the VHF transceiver installed. Remember the EU 8.33 kHz mandate is nearing quickly; from Jan 01, 2018 most airports in the EU must be equipped with 8.33 kHz equipment.

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interAirport Munich 2017 – a busy event

20 October 2017

The interAirport exhibition was a busy and successful event. Many visitors on our stand were interested in new tracking technologies for ground and airborne equipment. The technology is trend-setting: equipment types that have never been targeted for tracking beforeare focussed as the technology becomes more and more affordable: tugs, busses, catering trucks, loaders etc. We will continue to support this trend with our partners on the next interAirport 2018 in Beijing.

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PlaneTRack Type BA certified according to DO-160G(7)(8) for 30G shock and vibration

8 October 2017

We proudly announce that the PlaneTRack ADS-B receiver Type BA was certified to withstand shock (30G) and severe vibrations according to the rigiorous requirements of RTCA DO-160G sections 7 and 8. The certifying agency is Eurofins close to Berlin, which is specialized in testing aircraft equipment. Passing the tests associated with shock and vibration means that Type BA can be used aboard of aircraft within certain temperature and pressurization limits, which are usually met during normal operations. Type BA is a specifically modified ADS-B receiver that consists of non-redundant receiver and power supply configuration.

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ADS-B Receiving System at CAUC Tianjin

20 September 2017

Planevision Systems, through its Chinese partner GAETECH, Beijing, has delivered and installed a training PlaneTRack ADS-B receiver system to the Civil Aviation University of China in Tianjin. The receiver came with Jetview-S radar software, with a fully customized radar map of the Tianjin terminal area, which is ideal for training purposes. The university was established in 1951 to provide civil aviation education and training for aviation staff in China, with special focus on the higher education of civil aviation engineering and management.

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Rescue Helicopter ADS-B Surveillance in the Austrian Alps

21 August 2017

For the benefit of surveillance of alpine helicopter rescue operations Planevision Systems has completed the delivery of a set of ADS-B receivers to the State of Vorarlberg emergency service authority. The 19" rack insert receivers were placed on mountain tops in the Vorarlberg area, at altitudes above 2.000 meters. ADS-B data as they are received are transmitted to the state emergency control center via WAN microlinks and subsequently processed in the authority's GIS. The PlaneTRack fully decoded output with its RESTFUL API made this integration very easy. During a test period of 12 months the installation proved to be helpful especially in the winter months, when rescue flights in the skiing resorts are a continous task.

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