News in Brief - April 2018 | ATDI

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The Australian government’s scientific research agency, CSIRO, has renewed its license for ICS telecom EV. CSIRO is using the software tool to ensure there is no interference between deep-space observation radars and rail networks.

ATDI was chosen to represent the interests of Paris urban rail operator RAPT at CEPT; RAPT’s focus is on compatibility between Road ITS and CBTC at 5905-5925MHz.

INXOL has supplied the world’s largest oil company, Aramco, with ATDI software. Aramco is now using planning and modelling tool ICS telecom EV to plan TETRA and VHF/UHF networks. The contract comes with five days of on-site training for Aramco staff.

Qatar’s Ministry of Interior, has bought a license for radio planning & spectrum management tool HTZ Warfare along with five days of training. The software will be used for TETRA networks analysis.

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