ISO delivers AFTN Solution to Salzburg Airport

Salzburg Airport, Austria, awarded a contract to ISO Software Systeme for the implementation of a new AFTN interpreter solution for their Airport Operational Database (AODB) SKY-Base.

Nuremberg, (PresseBox) - The new component makes the international air traffic control network AFTN accessible to the airport operator as an important source for time-critical flight information. It will contribute to the improvement of data quality and accuracy of planning. Among the message types to be processed are FPL (Flight Plan Message), DLA (Delay Message) or SAM (Slot Assignment Message). As further options NOTAM and weather messages may be stored ion the database.
The AFTN interpreter receives standard messages from the AFTN network and makes their contents available to the AODB and the flight plan applications. Within the framework of ISO’s SKY-Connect suite of communication facilities it soon will be available in the market as basis for add-on components of SKY-Base.
Salzburg Airport, Austria’s second largest airport, handled about 2 Million passengers in 2007 and has successfully implemented software solutions by ISO since 1988.

ISO Software Systeme GmbH

With its 30 years of experience in the airport and aviation business ISO offers the complete range of software solutions for airports of any size and a complete range of consulting and services for SAP®-Projects of all sizes. ISO Software Systeme GmbH was founded in 1979.
Today, 29 years after its establishment, ISO has over 300 employees, which have generated an annual turnover (with pure service) of approx. 20 Million Euro in 2007.
Their airport solutions are implemented at more than 30 airports worldwide.
ISO Software Systeme GmbH is headquartered in Nuremberg with branches in Munich, Frankfurt and Stuttgart. Furthermore, there are subsidiaries in Austria, Dubai, Poland and Canada.

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