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We continued to deliver improved safety outcomes for the industry with the commissioning of new en route radars at Round Mountain and Mount Bobbara and with the ongoing implementation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) ground stations in support of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) mandate to have all aircraft flying above 29 000 feet fitted with ADS-B technology.
Richard Daniel, Raytheon UK managing director for the Defence and Air Traffic business, said: "NATS' en route radar sites are integral to UK air traffic control, providing data used for the control of the majority of aircraft movements in UK airspace.
Richard Daniel, Raytheon UK managing director for the Defense and Air Traffic business, said: "NATS' en route radar sites are integral to UK air traffic control, providing data used for the control of the majority of aircraft movements in UK airspace.
Airservices has commissioned a transportable radar at Mt Sandon in New South Wales as part of the organisation s En Route Radar Replacement Project (ERRP).
Under the contract, signed in Bucharest, Raytheon UK will provide dual-channel, Condor Series 300 systems for the en route radar sites at Romania's Henri Coanda (Otopeni) International Airport, Constanta International Airport and Arad International Airport during a 20-month program.
The Raytheon solution is a hardware and software fix to the detection of wind turbines on radar systems, which will eliminate wind turbine interference of en route radar displays.
Wide area multilateration is a proven alternative to deploying costly en route radar, particularly in a challenging mountainous environment such as the Whistler area of British Columbia," said John Jarrell, vice president and general manager of Sensis Air Traffic Systems.
NASA Helicopter In-Flight Tracking System: Sensis provided 1090 ES ADS-B to evaluate the technology in the Gulf of Mexico as an alternative to traditional en route radar and as a solution for en route airspace surveillance above 24,000 feet.