Voice Communication Switch and Voice Recorder for Air Traffic Control Units Replacement
The project will modernize legacy voice communication switches and voice recorder equipment that manage, integrate and record all voice communications within the Air Traffic Control (ATC) units and Military Flight Advisory units at Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Wings.
ATC voice communication switches and voice recorders are required to interface with, control, and manage radio nets, intercoms, hot lines and telephone networks. Requirements will be tailored to meet the provision of air traffic services to both military and civilian aircraft operating from RCAF or shared airfields.
$50 million to $99 million
Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)
- Options Analysis Phase
- In Progress
- Start Definition
- Start Implementation
- Initial Delivery
- Final Delivery
Defence Capability Areas
- Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence
- Emerging Technology
- Training and Simulation
Defence Capability Investment Areas
- Air Specific Services
- Air Specific Support Equipment
- Landing/runway Systems
- Fixed Communications Systems
- Advanced/Emerging Technologies
- Information and Communication Tech
- Simulation Equipment
- Simulation Software
- Training Services
Key Industrial Capabilities
To be determined.
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