COMSOFT and ATRiCS agree to develop ground surveillance suited for highly automated A-SMGCS

- Karlsruhe, Germany

The two companies recognize a rising demand both for greenfield A-SMGCS systems as well as for the replacement of first generation A-SMGCS systems. At the same time, leading airports are introducing automation and airport safety nets and demand better coverage and flexibility.

Manfred Schmid, COMSOFT CEO said: "COMSOFT is known for its flexible and reliable surface surveillance, multi sensor data fusion and tracking.Logo Comsoft
The ATRiCS Tower Pad iTWP, with its advanced guidance and control functions ideally complements the COMSOFT portfolio."

Wolfgang Hatzack, ATRiCS CEO commented: "Full airport safety nets today need a surveillance infrastructure adapted and customized to the airport. An airport should be able to continually adapt the surveillance infrastructure and to add temporary sensor elements during airport refurbishment works. With the ATRiCS Surface Manager SMAN an airport can audit and tune the surveillance system and continually adjust to take account of developments and temporary changes."

Both companies have already been working together on several projects and look forward to further enhanced cooperation.

About COMSOFT
COMSOFT GmbH was established in 1979 and has been active in the ATC domain for 25 years. Today the company’s expertise covers a vast proportion of the modern ATM industry, providing market-leading products, including innovative surveillance and communication solutions such as ADS-B and multilateration sensors. The continuous development of current technologies is a permanent focus in order to support customers’
needs with cutting-edge solutions.

About ATRiCS
ATRiCS Advanced Traffic Solutions GmbH offers airport-specific software solutions and consultancy services. ATRiCS products are used all over the world, wherever benchmarks are being set in the fields of modern integrated controller working positions, tower automation and taxi operations management. ATRiCS systems are used for individual route planning and guidance at transport hubs in Asia and the Middle East alongside with A-CDM applications geared at levering the optimal utilization of existing infrastructure. ATRiCS supports the introduction of operational traffic systems with a wide portfolio of simulation and validation tools.

 

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