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20.11.12 - On November, 1-2 research and practice conference «Integration of advanced technologies in the area of air traffic surveillance aids» was carried out in the hotel «Park Inn Pribaltiyskay» in Saint-Petersburg.

All-Russian scientific Research Institute of Radio Equipment (JSC VNIIRA) is the leading enterprise on creating and producing radio technical ATM systems. This conference was organized by VNIIRA.

More than 70 specialists of aero navigation area from Russia and CIS took part in this event: representatives of the Ministry of transport, branches of FSUI «State ATM corporation», FSUI «State scientific and research Institute “aero navigation”, JSC «Concern PVO «Almaz-Antey», JSC «VNIIRA» and others.

The deputy director general of JSC «VNIIRA», Mr Korshunov A.U. in his welcome speech noted that: «Today it’s necessary to solve a problem of implementing technologies related to use of global satellite navigation systems as well as other challenging technical systems and aids complied with ICAO concept CNS/ATM in order to have steady innovative development of the Russian aero navigation system and its integration into world aero navigation system».

The first day of scientific and research conference was dedicated to participants and their presentations as well as discussion of scientific and practical problems regarding trends, implementation plans and fulfillment of challenging air traffic surveillance technologies that allow to increase air safety and reduce costs on ATC in times.

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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