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Sample Deployments: ATIS, VOLMET & RIS

The automatic input of weather data from the StarCaster ATIS has proven to be a very beneficial feature of this installation in two Iceland airports... READ MORE »

Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana, is the country's premier international airport and has the capacity for large aircraft... READ MORE »

Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City is the largest and busiest Coast Guard air station in the U.S., operating missions as far away as Greenland.... READ MORE »

Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City is Latin America's busiest airport by aircraft movements and second busiest by passenger traffic. In 2011 STR installed an ATIS System that broadcasts ATIS messages in English and Spanish, and also provides Datalink ATIS messages.

Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport is Chile's largest aviation facility and the busiest international air passenger gateway to the country. The STR bilingual ATIS System broadcasts separate Arrival ATIS and Departure ATIS messages in English and Spanish.

Maputo International Airport is located 3 kilometres northwest of the center of Maputo, the largest city and capital of Mozambique. It is the largest airport in Mozambique. The STR-SpeechTech installation in 2012 was part of a new control tower at the Maputo Airport. They previously did manual recordings, so the voice ATIS was a new technology for these clients.

U.S. FAA Flight Service Stations in Kenai, Fairbanks and Juneau serve the entire Alaska region. As a large and mountainous state, Alaska often relies on general aviation for transportation. Weather data for pilots is critical. Conditions deteriorate rapidly and mountain pass forecasts are very important. In 2003, STR-SpeechTech installed a TWEB and TIBS system. The StarCaster TWEB System provides automated broadcast of current weather information to aircraft in flight via VHF radio. TIBS is a telephone information briefing system which allows pilots to call and receive pre-flight information. In 2013, STR did a refresh of the sites.

HF VOLMET (High Frequency VOLMET) is weather broadcasts for oceanic air traffic. Ireland provides the VOLMET for aircraft flying from North America to Europe. The Irish Aviation Authority was experiencing issues with their technology that had been in use since the 1990’s. They approached STR for their product which is recorded in Aviation English with an Irish accent. In 2009, STR-SpeechTech installed the StarCaster VOLMET which has run continuously since that time. It has proven to be a robust system which has fulfilled the requirements very well.

The StarCaster RIS (Range Information System) has been installed in 9 U.S. military training grounds, including Korea. It is designed to create broadcasts to protect personnel and aircraft during military training exercises. StarCaster RIS was first launched at the Utah Test and Training Range (Hill AFB) and was integrated with System Atlanta's IDS5 (Information Display System Technology). StarCaster RIS receives IDS5 information and converts it to voice so it can be broadcast over radio. Each tower installation has been customized for local requirements. The launch of StarCaster RIS has been a major success.

Iceland

The automatic input of weather data from the StarCaster ATIS has proven to be a very beneficial feature of this installation in two Iceland airports...

READ MORE »

Ghana

Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana, is the country's premier international airport and has the capacity for large aircraft...

READ MORE »

USA

Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City is the largest and busiest Coast Guard air station in the U.S., operating missions as far away as Greenland....

READ MORE »

Mexico - English/Spanish

Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City is Latin America's busiest airport by aircraft movements and second busiest by passenger traffic.

In 2011 STR installed an ATIS System that broadcasts ATIS messages in English and Spanish, and also provides Datalink ATIS messages.


 

Chile - English/Spanish

Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport is Chile's largest aviation facility and the busiest international air passenger gateway to the country.

The STR bilingual ATIS System broadcasts separate Arrival ATIS and Departure ATIS messages in English and Spanish.

 

Mozambique

Maputo International Airport is located 3 kilometres northwest of the center of Maputo, the largest city and capital of Mozambique. It is the largest airport in Mozambique.

The STR-SpeechTech installation in 2012 was part of a new control tower at the Maputo Airport. They previously did manual recordings, so the voice ATIS was a new technology for these clients.

Alaska, USA

U.S. FAA Flight Service Stations in Kenai, Fairbanks and Juneau serve the entire Alaska region. As a large and mountainous state, Alaska often relies on general aviation for transportation. Weather data for pilots is critical. Conditions deteriorate rapidly and mountain pass forecasts are very important.

In 2003, STR-SpeechTech installed a TWEB and TIBS system. The StarCaster TWEB System provides automated broadcast of current weather information to aircraft in flight via VHF radio. TIBS is a telephone information briefing system which allows pilots to call and receive pre-flight information. In 2013, STR did a refresh of the sites.

Ireland - VOLMET

HF VOLMET (High Frequency VOLMET) is weather broadcasts for oceanic air traffic. Ireland provides the VOLMET for aircraft flying from North America to Europe.

The Irish Aviation Authority was experiencing issues with their technology that had been in use since the 1990’s. They approached STR for their product which is recorded in Aviation English with an Irish accent.

In 2009, STR-SpeechTech installed the StarCaster VOLMET which has run continuously since that time. It has proven to be a robust system which has fulfilled the requirements very well.



USA- Range Information System

The StarCaster RIS (Range Information System) has been installed in 9 U.S. military training grounds, including Korea. It is designed to create broadcasts to protect personnel and aircraft during military training exercises.

StarCaster RIS was first launched at the Utah Test and Training Range (Hill AFB) and was integrated with System Atlanta's IDS5 (Information Display System Technology). StarCaster RIS receives IDS5 information and converts it to voice so it can be broadcast over radio. Each tower installation has been customized for local requirements.

The launch of StarCaster RIS has been a major success.


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