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18.09.12 - JSC «VNIIRA» presented their recent developments on CC «Eurasia» for the first time

JSC «VNIIRA» took the part in 26 meeting of Coordination group of experts and Coordination Council “Eurasia” (CC and CGE “Eurasia”) that was held in Cholpon-Ata (Kyrgyz Republic) on September 5-7, 2012 year. Managers and experts of aero navigation enterprises from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan as well as representatives of major aero navigation equipment manufactures took part in the meeting.

The participants of the meeting took a tender interest in challenging ATC surveillance technologies implemented by JSC «VNIIRA» in recent developments.

VNIIRA specialists presented the materials on three trend technologies of broadcasting automatic dependent surveillance (ADS-B) in decisions by VNIIRA that provide high efficiency and surveillance reliability:

  • Mode S MSSR with ADS-B 1090 ES Function «Aurora»
  • 4-channel system ADS-B 1090 and «NS-1» with 4-sectoral antenna;
  • Ground station ADS-B 1090 ES NS-1А («Amber»), based on ADS-B technology and mode S protocol.

A new development by VNIIRA was presented to professionals – Mode S MSSR with functions of enhanced surveillance in mode ADS-B 1090 ES «Aurora-2».

Multilateral surveillance systems (MSS) based on multilateration and ADS-B technologies and aids of remote centralized control, management and recording for surveillance aids and presented as the development by VNIIRA have also interested participants.

Based on the results of the meeting JSC «VNIIRA» was admitted to organization as permanent observer.

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