Brazil’s Department of Airspace Control (DECEA) has installed South America’s first “remote tower” at an air base in Rio de Janeiro, using a system based on Frequentis visualization technology. The Commission for Implementation of the Brazilian Air Space Control System performed the installation for DECEA, completing the project on Oct. 18. DECEA and Frequentis announced the project in March at the World ATM Congress. The Frequentis smartVISION system at Santa Cruz ...

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