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14.03.11 - Participation in XXI international exhibition on management and air traffic control ATC GLOBAL 2011 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

The delegation from VNIIRA took part in XXI international exhibition on management and air traffic control ATC GLOBAL 2011 that was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on March 8-10, 2011.

Established in 1990 year ATC Global exhibition is the leading event in world industry of management and air traffic control. It unites suppliers, key customers and product developers from all over the world. ATC Global 2011 has become record in attendance, more than 220 companies-exhibitors took part in this event.

More than 5500 specialists from 109 countries visited this exhibition.

The quantity of none-Eurozone countries has also increased that once again confirms the importance of exhibition as the unique international forum in the area of ATC/ATM.

The visitors found out more about products by JSC “VNIIRA”:

  • The automated air traffic control system (ATC AS “Sintez”)
  • Surveillance air traffic aids (Ground station ADS-B 1090 ES, MSSR with ADS-B 1090 ES “Aurora”)
  • Meteo and radio detection aids (Dopler meteorological radio station “МРЛ-700С”) Automated flight test system («AFTSAL-2005»)
  • ATM training systems (Sintez-TC Complex system simulator)

Many visitors and participants were interested in products developed by VNIIRA. During the entire period of exhibition a lot of meetings and discussions were hold on current projects, cooperation plans with existing and probable customers.

VNIIRA is far more than:

|70 years of the successful performance for the benefit of air safety;
| 150 prototypes of radio-technical systems and the complex of ground and airborne facilities radio instruments;
| 1 300 inventors’ certificates and patents;
| 60 complexes of ATC automation systems and facilities for airports and regional centers of Russia and other countries;
| 100 types of aircrafts and helicopters employ the airborne equipment, navigation and landing facilities developed by VNIIRA