HAPS Alliance‘s goal is to use HAPS (High Altitude Platform Systems) as part of
a Non-Terrestrial Network to bridge connectivity gaps today that still leave
3.8 billion people unconnected. The unmanned drones operating at 15km or above
execute a strategic plan put in place by human fleet operators. One of the
benefits of developing a telecommunications structure this way is that it can
be scaled up or down based on demand. Another benefit is that it’s futureproof
because it’s adaptable and easily upgradeable. It’s a ready-to-go solution that
can be deployed at short notice and doesn’t require ground infrastructure,
making it an asset in natural disaster situations. The HAPS Alliance includes
airlines, telecommunications companies, and universities, all working towards a
ScioTeq, the leading manufacturer of advanced
visualization solutions in the Air Traffic Control, Defense & Security and
Avionics market, launches its next generation ATC main radar displays at World
ATM Congress in Madrid at stand #333.
ScioTeq started in
the early 2000’s a true revolution in the ATC market with its square 2K2K radar
display. Since then, the ATC community has embraced this 28” 2K2K display, at a point that more than 70% of the largest airports in the world used ScioTeq
In this fast
evolving ATC market, ScioTeq never stopped listening to the needs of this
market, and still leads by innovation. This is why ScioTeq is launching its 5th
generation 2K2K display at World ATM.
differentiators of this MDP-471/5 are a lower lifetime cost, a standard, dual redundant power supply, and an optional recording-at-the-glass. This
recording-at-the-glass offers recording agnostic video output to any recording
solution, including layout, OSD and
mouse movements for the best analysis possible.
Another example of
ScioTeq’s innovative character is ScioTeq’s MDP-843 43” radar display. Air
traffic controllers sometimes prefer using one single main screen for
day-to-day work. The amount of information and tools provided to controllers is
continuously increasing, hence the need for more display space. Organizations
either opt for a single-screen working position or for a multi-screen working
setup using the ScioTeq 2Kx2K MDP-471 main display and the ADP-361 support
screens. The ScioTeq MDP-843 main display addresses the concerns of all ATC
stakeholders and integrates a 4K2K LCD module into a wide display assembly fit
for use in the ATC environment.
At World ATM,
ScioTeq is launching its second generation 43” 4K2K. Also with dual redundant
power supply as a standard, a high brightness range and also with the optional
KVM & recording-at-the-glass features.
The real game changers of this MDP-843 KM MUX are the
integrated Multi-layout KVM capabilities and recording-at-the-glass solution.
The air traffic controller can connect five different inputs
on this revolutionary display and can create up to 12 different layouts to work
on. In contingency conditions, a fallback layout can be activated by a single
touch of a button. The KM MUX is designed to be as intuitive as possible: one
keyboard and one mouse control up to five inputs simultaneously.
Pieter Delva, Product Manager ATC, is very pleased with this
launch. “With these next generation displays, ScioTeq once again sets the new
benchmark on the ATC market.”