Thailand Air Traffic Control to Benefit from Ricochet Recording Systems

8 April 2014

Jotron AS designs and manufactures high quality communication products and systems for land, sea and air applications. Jotron's recording and replay technology Ricochet has gained the reputation of being one of the most stable and well-proven recording solutions worldwide. The company earlier this year entered into a contract with the Thai system integrator RTS (2003) Co., Ltd, for resale to end-user Aerothai. 18 recording systems will be installed at 6 sites throughout Thailand, recording the total of 2256 audio channels. 

Ricochet recording offers superior performance in a simple configuration. The system supports all different audio formats, without limitation in number of channels. Jotron will supply a main, a fallback and a training system to each of the 6 sites. Tungmahamek ACC in Bangkok will install the largest of the systems. The Ricochet training solutions will be installed in the near future and will be of huge benefit to the air traffic controllers, supervisors and management for both training and quality improvement purposes. The total project completion month is August 2015.

Thai company RTS (2003) Co.,Ltd. offers comprehensive system integration services to enterprise networks. 

“Recording and replaying of audio forms the basis in an ATC investigation,” says Project Manager Akarapon Chanchucherd at RTS (2003) Co., Ltd. “Our analysts pledge to design the best solution for our customers in all possible ways. Ricochet has been used in ATC with great success for many years and complies with international security standards - the choice was simple.” 

“We are pleased to see that Ricochet is the preferred recording solutions in a constantly increasing number of Asian countries,” says Morten Gjersoe, Director ATC and Coastal Communications Division at Jotron.

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