Norwegian air traffic control company Avinor Air Navigation Services will supply the Frequentis IP voice communication system for a large oil platform in the North Sea. The new system enables the safe control and coordination of all helicopter flights in the region and thus supports the important and timely provision of critical resources.
The oil rig in question is a huge complex of platforms and structures that form a transport hub for the surrounding oil fields. Frequentis has installed its voice communication system VCS3020X (voice communication system, VCS) for seven workstations for off-shore pilots in the control center. Two other onshore workstations are located in Stavanger in western Norway, connected by an underwater fiber optic cable that is more than 100 kilometers away from the offshore VCS servers.
“Frequentis’ new VCS will be an important component in the deployment of critical infrastructure in Norwegian airspace. We chose Frequentis because of their expertise in voice communications technology and we look forward to using the system in our operations,” says Ellen Lystad, Executive Vice President of Technology Services at Avinor Air Navigation Services.
1. Norwegian oil rig benefits from Frequentis voice communication system for critical helicopter flights, Credit: Frequentis, (© Sender) >> Open on photaq.com
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Norwegian oil rig benefits from Frequentis voice communication system for critical helicopter flights, Credit: Frequentis, (© Aussender)