Traffic Control Systems
ADAM (ADAptive Multilateration) is the Multilateration system by Security and Information Systems Division providing a high performance and accurate all-weather Surveillance for Airport and Wide Area applications.
The Aerodrome Flight Information System is a rapidly deployable mobile Ground-Air-Ground Communication System designed to provide Air Traffic Control (ATC) communications in all environments.
AIMS is the Security and Information Systems Division solution that provides an advanced Support System to Operations Management in terms of processes and information for coordinating the overall airport activities through the real-time integration and correlation of all airport related systems.
The technological innovation and domain knowledge makes Security and Information Systems Division an international leader providing airport operators with integrated, intelligence-led solutions that improve efficiency and sustainability and enhance the passenger experience.
Archimedes provides full Situational Awareness in Harbour Protection activities, through the integration of heterogeneous sensors and devices within a unique net-centric system.
Security and Information Systems Division's Astrid New Generation (NG) Surface Movement Radar is a high performance, cost effective radar that has been designed for airport surface surveillance.
Security and Information Systems Division can provide a wide range of Air Traffic Control equipment to accomplish the radio system. Radiating systems, automatic/manual filtering systems and power amplifiers can complete customer's ATC communication architecture to protect radio channels from external electromagnetic interferences or to improve the coverage area.
The ONM-ATC system has been designed to enhance the reliability of mission critical Air Traffic Control radio communications systems.
OTE D-MOST is designed to increase the flexibility of radio communications in the air traffic control environment. It is a self-contained, easily configurable system, suitable for operation in high density, electromagnetic conditions such as those found at airports.
With capabilities covering the domains of communications, navigation, weather and surveillance and backed by extensive expertise in system integration, Security and Information Systems Division helps ensure the safe, fast and efficient flow of air traffic, the security of people and goods, and the effective exchange of information between operators.