“Rostec” announced the domestic aviation system “board-to-ground.”
As of my last update in September 2021, I do not have any information on the specific developments or announcements made by Russian Rostec regarding an analog of the air-to-ground service based on ACARS technology. It’s possible that this development occurred after my last update or was not widely covered in the available data at that time.
However, I can provide some general information about ACARS technology and its relevance in the aviation industry.
ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) is a digital datalink system used in aviation to exchange short messages between aircraft and ground stations via radio or satellite communication. It allows for the efficient and reliable transfer of small text data, including crucial flight stages, onboard systems status, technical messages, etc.
ACARS technology is crucial for timely communication and data transfer between airline crews, airlines, and air traffic controllers. It enables real-time monitoring of flight progress and helps ensure the safety and efficiency of air travel.
If Rostec has announced the development of a domestic alternative to ACARS technology to replace previous solutions like ARINC and SITA, it could address the need for a reliable communication channel for Russian airliners and air traffic controllers. This would be significant for the aviation industry in Russia, ensuring that pilots can communicate with their airlines and ground services seamlessly, improving flight coordination, and enhancing safety and operational efficiency.
Given the importance of reliable and real-time communication in aviation, the introduction of a domestic ACARS alternative would likely be well-received by Russian airlines and aviation authorities. However, for more specific and up-to-date information on this development, I recommend checking official announcements from Rostec or other reliable news sources covering Russian aviation industry developments.