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What does ANICS stand for?

ANICS stands for Alaskan NAS (National Airspace Interfacility) Interfacility Communications System


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5, 2001--Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), a leading integrator of highly reliable air traffic control communications systems and weather processing and display solutions for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), today announced that it will begin implementing the second phase of the satellite-based Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System (ANICS).
Other FAA programs developed by Harris include the Weather And Radar Processor, a weather system serving the en-route air traffic control environment; the Voice Switching and Control System, which provides critical air-to-ground communications links between en-route aircraft and air traffic controllers throughout the continental United States; and the satellite-based Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System.
Other FAA programs developed by Harris are the Weather And Radar Processor (WARP), a weather system serving the en-route air traffic control environment; OASIS, an integrated weather/flight planning tool that enables AFSSs to better serve the general aviation pilot community; the Voice Switching and Control System (VSCS), which provides the critical air-to-ground communications links between en-route aircraft and air traffic controllers throughout the continental United States; and the Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System (ANICS), a satellite-based network that provides critical NAS interfacility communications (voice and data) for the FAA's Alaskan Region.
Other FAA programs developed by Harris are the Weather And Radar Processor (WARP), a weather system serving the en-route air traffic control environment; the Operational And Supportability Implementation System (OASIS), an integrated weather/flight planning tool that enables Automated Flight Service Stations to better serve the general aviation pilot community; the Voice Switching and Control System (VSCS), which provides the critical air-to-ground communications links between en-route aircraft and air traffic controllers throughout the Continental United States; and the Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System (ANICS), a satellite-based network that provides critical NAS interfacility communications (voice and data) for the FAA's Alaskan Region.