TrueNorth Develops Graphical Communications Management Console
June 16, 2009 – TrueNorth Avionics, has introduced the exclusive Simphone (pronounced ‘symphony’) Graphical Communications Management Console (GCMC).
June 16, 2009 – TrueNorth Avionics, has introduced the exclusive Simphone (pronounced ‘symphony’) Graphical Communications Management Console (GCMC), an adjunct to the Simphone airborne telecommunications system that enables aircraft operators to monitor all their incoming and outbound inflight telecommunications, including voice, data and fax transmissions, via an advanced graphical interface. Developed for TrueNorth dealer Gore Design Completions, Ltd., the Simphone GCMC gives widebody operators a unique ‘war room’-style view of their active communications. The initial installation is being performed by Gore aboard an Airbus A340-500 that also features a Simphone¯ airborne communications system with some 41 handsets.
“An advanced solution for aircraft operators who need to manage their inflight communications traffic, the new Simphone Graphical Communications Management Console demonstrates how robust and capable our Simphone architecture really is,” said Mark van Berkel, TrueNorth’s CEO. “We’re also pleased that Gore recognized that TrueNorth was the partner they could rely on to develop this innovative solution for their VIP customers,” he noted.
Headquartered in Ontario, Canada, with U.S. offices in New Jersey and the Kansas City, MO, area, and distributor support in Dallas, TX, TrueNorth Avionics, Inc., is a world-class technology company that develops integrated communications solutions for business aviation. Its premier product, the Simphone airborne telephone, is an executive-class system that combines superior voice quality, unmatched ease of use, advanced functionality and a unique degree of personalization. Options include embedded Wi-Fi, TrueNorth’s Smarter interface for BlackBerry and iPhone data, Iridium fax, and a legacy Satcom interface. Learn more at www.truenorthavionics.com .