The main purpose of the AMRES is to increase the security and the clarity by centralising primary and secondary control and monitoring functions in the conjunction with airfield light, ILS and other airport equipment.
AMRES integrates all functions normally controlled and monitored by many different panels and/or firm specific equipment, into a modular constructed system with the possibility to serve and control all functions by one or more touch monitors.
AMRES can be adjusted to any specific airport requirement by means of modular divided soft- and hardware, which means that all functions can be changed at all times and to all needs.
Through different communication ports equipment of very different character can be implemented.
AMRES gives the staff possibility to control and monitor all functions in real time.
Status and misstatement can through programmable filters be distributed to different positions
AMRES advantages is:
- Improved security.
- Clear layout.
- Maintenance and error logs can be supervised decentralised.
- Unlimited expansion possibilities.
- Interfaces easily to existing equipment.
- Possibility to connect and login from different positions.
- Access to functions on different levels, using passwords.
- Redundancy reduces down time significant.
- Competitive price.
AMRES uses a specific developed graphic user interface which secures clearness and
gives each operator possibility to choose between different layouts.
All connected user positions have same fundamental status and will by using users own name and password be able to change status and layout in accordance with the users security level
Operation of AMRES can easily be moved to different positions.
If an evacuation of the tower should be necessary, the operator will be able to log-in at any other position, and by doing so, change the actual position to have the same secure level and functions as the tower panel.
Service personnel and others who have valid passwords, is able to login in on a given position and control status of all functions of AMRES.
All relevant data are stored and can be recalled for statistic purposes.
In almost full extent AMRES uses redundant technology and therefore divided into two total independent systems which gives a very high level of operative stability.
If one operator position or a remote unit drops out this will not affect the function of the rest of the system and single parts can be replaced and repaired while the system is still fully functional.
AMRES is as far as it is possible constructed with standard units
Operator positions are using standard PC solutions and connections via standard Ethernet lines