Budapest Airport launches Casper Flight Tracking and Noise Monitoring
We are very excited to announce that after successful collaboration Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) has officially started operating seven Casper Noise Monitors in combination with our software suite. Not only do they use Casper Noise for radar track and airport noise analysis, what’s more: Budapest has also made a public Flight Tracking application available using Caspers solution tailored to the airport needs.
In a very productive collaboration during these turbulent times, the airport replaced one mobile and six fixed Noise Monitor Terminals. Working mostly remotely, BUD seamlessly moved to using our state of the art modular Noise Monitoring Terminals while reusing the existing cabinets and poles.
This offers the opportunity to monitor aircraft noise events locally. Combined with radar feeds provided by HungaroControl, the Hungarian air navigation service provider (ANSP) and other sources, Casper Noise in turn offers unique data processing and visualization for Budapest professionals but also for the public on the separate Flight Tracker website https://bud.flighttracking.casper.aero/.
“Casper not only unlocks, but also combines radar and other data in such a way that I can do my work easier, faster and with more focus on what matters. On top of that Budapest Airport now has a public flight tracker which is fully tailored to our situation. It helps us in our communication and provides valuable insights to our community.”
“The Casper team has been outstanding: they are responsive, knowledgeable and fully committed to our project. Even our IT department is also very satisfied with the cooperation.” According to Richard Galyas, Environmental specialist at Budapest International Airport.
“I am very proud of our team and our software, showcasing their strength in these challenging times. I think this is what brings more and more professional and innovative airports like Budapest to work with us, even now. The only thing we cannot wait for now is to be able to visit Budapest Airport and the city again soon!” said Heleen Erkamp, CEO at Casper.