The Swedish regulator Post-och Telestyrelsen (PTS) has chosen ATDI Ltd, to define and tabulate the country’s radio resources. ATDI will use its flagship spectrum management tool, ICS Manager, to present the information to PTS in a series of databases.
“PTS’s mandate is to ensure the spectrum is used to maximum benefit for the country and with maximum efficiency for all users,” says PTS head of frequency management, Mrs. Catarina Wretman. “By choosing ATDI we believe that we will be able to meet not only challenges that we see today regarding spectrum management, but also the future ones.”
ATDI managing director Cyprien de Cosson adds: “ATDI has been working with regulators such as PTS since the company’s founding 13 years ago. I am very proud that PTS has joined the list of authorities trusting us with managing the vast swathes of information it needs to handle efficiently.”
The installation of software systems at PTS is being backed by a consultancy contract through which ATDI engineers will support PTS staff in all aspects of the use of ICS Manager.
ATDI will produce databases for PTS covering: licence management, spectrum monitoring, coordination and spectrum planning, frequency assignments and channel allotments, zone allotments or band allocations, antennas and equipment, frequency allocation and workflow management. The use of each database is enhanced by visualisation functions featuring user-defined queries and dedicated, personalised screens for the input and output of data.