Clock display

Clock synchronization is essential for time alignment in various fields, from public transport to industrial buildings.

It ensures that devices and systems operate in accordance with a common time standard, improving efficiency, coordination, and productivity management.

The clock synchronization system consists of a master clock connected to a GPS antenna, which transmits time information to secondary clocks located in the vicinity of the master clock.

Clock synchronization refers to the creation of public clocks whose operation is ensured by transmitting electrical impulses from a control center. The time synchronization and reference system guarantees that the monitoring and control of networks and the peripherals and instruments connected to them operate in sync with each other.

Established in 1938, MOBATIME develops, designs, produces, and tests most of its products in Switzerland. MOBATIME is recognized as a true center of excellence in the field of time and frequency synchronization solutions.

Relying on Swiss innovation and precision, our clock synchronization solutions integrate a variety of equipment and systems from MOBATIME, which include:

  • Analog and digital clocks
  • Indoor and outdoor clocks
  • Street clocks
  • Floral clocks
  • Time synchronization servers
  • Loudspeakers for announcements, notifications, and alarms
  • Scoreboards
  • Software platforms for timing

Thus, MOBATIME’s time synchronization solutions provide a perfect balance between aesthetics, functionality, and cutting-edge technology.

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By implementing time synchronization solutions at Iasi International Airport, RAV has improved the coordination of activities.

Time synchronization solutions are essential for the efficient management of airport activities, ensuring the precise coordination of passengers, baggage, and flights throughout the airport’s infrastructure. These solutions bring a series of advantages, including the precision of radar data and data exchange, high security with a 99.999% availability to avoid loss of synchronization, and the optimization of the operation of all systems and clocks in the airport.

By using the Network Time Protocol (NTP) or the Precision Time Protocol (PTP), the systems and clocks at the airport can be synchronized with a common time source, thus ensuring optimal performance.