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  NEWS Micro Nav signs contract with Indra for Remote Tower Compiled by ATC Network  4 Micro Nav Limited (Micro Nav) has signed a contract with Indra, through their Norwegian branch office Indra Navia AS, to support their project of delivering a complete tower system for remote control of Budapest airport to HungaroControl. Indra recently announced their contract win with HungaroControl to deliver a complete and integrated remote tower solution to enable the Hungarian ANSP to remotely manage Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. To support this project, Indra has contracted Micro Nav to supply a simulation platform to enable HungaroControl to utilize their contingency environment as a simulator for training and familiarization purposes. “Micro Nav will be an important contributor to a project that will make Budapest Ferenc Liszt the largest airport in Europe to be remotely controlled”, says Tom André Tarlebø, Chief Technology Officer at Indra. “We have experience with their simulation platform from several projects, and we know the system represents the state of the art in terms of functionality, performance and usability. Micro Nav has shown stellar professionality and we are very happy to be working with them on this important project.” “Having supported modernisation of air traffic management systems for decades and collaborated with multiple OEMs and ANSPs, we are proud to have been selected to assist in this developing area of ATM and through simulation offer a faster, smoother and more cost-effective transition into digital operations,” says Head of Sales and Marketing, Shane Hannam.  | SPECIAL BULLETIN SERIES | 2022 | | 

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