US-based ATDI, Inc. has completed the fourth phase of the spectrum management system for Brazilian regulator Anatel. The latest phase includes the implementation of ATDI’s web solution for spectrum management, which encompasses the entire licensing workflow for the TV, FM and AM broadcasting system.
ATDI will be attending CeBIT, the global event for telecommunications, in Hannover, Germany, later in March. The team will present its suite of radio planning and modelling software at its stand #C21, Hall 12.
Argentine regulator AFTIC has taken delivery of a spectrum management system from ATDI. The system will enable machine-to-machine interaction between the Argentinean public and AFTIC over the submission of licensing requests and billing. The AFTIC solution also includes extensive workflow implementation, database migration, skill transfer, software customisation, all of which are supported by a maintenance contract.
ATDI is to provide software and training to German federal aviation authority BAF. The contract covers the supply of planning and modelling software suite ICS telecom, two years of maintenance and training. ICS telecom, now in its 27th year of continuous development, is capable of modelling any size of radio structure from an intensive local system to a national network.