Radiocoms Systems Ltd (Radiocoms) has announced that its new digital ground to air communications network is now deployed and operational at the UK’s busiest airports: Heathrow, Stansted and Manchester.

The system based on Park Air ground to air technology will provide secure communication between aircrafts, airlines and ground crews to ensure resilient and safe operations.

The backbone of the solution is built upon next generation Park Air Radio ground-to-air equipment including the T6 radio and S4 IP controller, which is compliant with the latest VoIP standards and supports sustainability goals with lower power consumption.

Mark Blythe, Managing Director, Radiocoms, said:

Radiocoms is delighted to be able to offer Ground 2 Air communications to its customers having expanded its DMR business in the aviation sector over the past ten years.

Alongside the G2A system, Radiocoms will offer managed services capabilities which include but are not limited to:

  • 24/7 customer support and response with a dedicated network operations centre
  • Active monitoring, maintaining and repairing of systems
  • Regulatory license coordination
  • Onsite, airport security cleared employees with full ramp and concourse access, enabling faster response times
  • OEM-certified Level 1 and Level 2 support and repairs

To find out more or request a demo, contact Radiocoms via – Live Chat |  033 3939 0022 | [email protected]

This article was originally published by Radiocoms Systems Ltd.


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