We are proud and pleased to be able to open RTC Stockholm for remote air-traffic control today.
With this radar, our air traffic controllers can get an even better situational awareness of the air traffic and we can continue to deliver a safe, robust, and reliable air traffic service in our area of responsibility.
In close co-operations such as this, we create opportunities for developing and validating new solutions for increased safety, cost efficiency, and reduced climate impact.
Within the EDIS project, we have gathered Swedish excellence in relevant areas to demonstrate opportunities for improved community service for people in sparsely populated areas who want to feel secure in the environment in which they are located.
As part of LFV, AVISEQ is a continued strong player in the market with high-level deliveries of technical operations and maintenance services to air traffic control centers, airports, government agencies and companies.
With the new company in place, they will manage the operation and maintenance of our systems under our own control. The company will also continue to provide technical services to both current and new customers.
There may be several concurrent explanations for this reduction in traffic, including an economic slowdown, the weak Swedish crown, and environmental and sustainability issues.
We congratulate the airport, its owners and the region on having Sweden’s newest airport. They have invested in a modern airport that will create opportunities for more people to experience the mountains of Sälen and Trysil.
The collaboration between LFV and Linköping University has produced fantastic results. Together we figure out smart solutions for the flights of the future.
Support of our operational systems is an important part of LFV’s core service, an efficient and safe air navigation services for civil and military air traffic and therefore we are very positive about signing a letter of intent
Today’s landing is an important milestone on the road to the local air traffic control services of the future.
With the Swedish Transport Agency's approval, we receive yet another acknowledgment that Remote Tower Services is the future for local airports.
The testing centre now being established will offer unique opportunities for research and demonstrations of new concepts – at a working airport and in real time.
Sweden’s economy is strong, and this is reflected in aviation, especially internationally.
With the agreement between LFV and Swedavia, a major step towards digitalisation and the streamlining of air navigation services in Sweden is taken.
Innovation and digitalisation are important elements for the further development of airport operations.
Recent years' efficiency improvements at LFV have significantly contributed to reductions in charges.
Ann Persson Grivas has extensive experience in leadership and change management roles, which is necessary to be able to continue LFV’s ongoing transformation.
With our focus on smart solutions for the flights of tomorrow, we are taking a clear position as supplier and collaboration partner in the industry.
This investment is part of LFV’s plans to ensure that our Remote Tower Service (RTS) product is competitive in the long term and flexible enough to meet the needs of our airport customers
We are extremely pleased to have attracted Trygve to LFV. Trygve Gjertsen has vast experience of the industry and a strong customer-centric approach.
Our letter of intent with Swedavia means we will investigate the conditions to establish reliable and safe remote air traffic services on a large scale in Sweden.
LFV has made Swedish history with our Remote Tower Services
LFV is a turnkey supplier of air traffic services.
With remotely controlled towers we are creating completely new opportunities for the whole of the aviation industry.
With remotely operated towers we will create totally new opportunities for aviation.
The contract shows that the partnerships we have established with GAL are of world class.