Atech showcases the cutting edge of air traffic control at Airspace World 2023

The company will showcase its portfolio of integrated solutions for the air traffic management market at booth E11

- São Paulo, Brazil

Atech, an Embraer Group company, is one of the highlights at Airspace World 2023, an event focused on the air navigation market. The convention will take place between March 8 and 10 at the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva, Switzerland.

During the event, Atech will showcase its complete portfolio of solutions for airspace management and control, in addition to a dedicated presentation at the Wing Theater, on March 8 at 1:30 p.m., with the theme “ATM 2030: The Next Decade Starts Now.”

At its booth, visitors can check out products with a strong presence in the international market, such as Skyflow (ATFM) and Leo (IFPS). The solutions were implemented in India and developed to meet the demands of the Indian scenario and aligned with Eurocontrol standards.

As a Brazilian company, and in partnership with the Brazilian Department of Airspace Control (DECEA) and the Commission for Implementation of the Brazilian Airspace Control System (CISCEA), Atech is responsible for the development and evolution of the main air traffic management systems (ATM), such as Area Control (ACC), Approach Control (APP), Flow Management (ATFM), Aeronautical Message Management (AMHS), Meteorological Information Bank (OPMET) and Remote Flight Information Service (R-AFIS), including the Flight Plans submission, which unified all the flight plans of the Brazilian Airspace.

Atech has a successful track record in the development of air navigation management technologies. Its expertise contributed to placing Brazil at the forefront of air traffic management, and today our country is an international reference in this area,” said Atech’s new president, Rodrigo Persico.

It is worth highlighting the two DECEA systems that were awarded by the Federal Government of Brazil, which acknowledges innovative initiatives seeking to modernize the State. The FPL-BR and FPL-BR - EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) applications were developed by Atech in partnership with the CISCEA. The first is used for preparing, processing, validating, sending and updating flight plan messages, whereas the latter is responsible for providing Aeronautical and Weather information, online and offline, used by pilots on board aircraft.

For Atech, these awards are an important recognition of the quality of our solutions. We are proud of our partnership with the Brazilian Air Force, which contributes to the national sovereignty and operational efficiency of the Brazilian skies,” said Marcos Resende, ATM Business Director at Atech.


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