ENAV participates in the first edition of the World ATM Congress

- Madrid, Spain

ENAV participates in the first edition of the World ATM Congress in Madrid. The congress hosts the most important companies of the ATM (Air Traffic Management) sector and the major players of the worldwide aviation industry. The event is a reference point in the panorama of Air Traffic Control exhibitions and ENAV will be participating in both its institutional and commercial role. Within the exhibition area, meetings are held regarding the international programmes and projects in which ENAV is currently engaging; furthermore the Internationally established product line and range of services of the “ENAV Services” commercial offer is being presented. ENAV is attending the congress with other two entities of the Group: Techno Sky company and SICTA consortium.

ENAV is the Italian Company that assists and manages air traffic.The company's aim is to guarantee ever improving levels of security, efficiency and regularity to/for the circulation of aircraft within airspace. The company supplies airport terminal services (approach, take off and landing) from the Control Towers of 39 airports distributed throughout the nation and en route services from the 4 Area Control Centres. Techno Sky (100 % ENAV SpA) handles the management, support and maintenance of the equipment and systems used for Italian Air Traffic Control, ensuring its full operating efficiency.

Moreover the company develops dedicated in house software for ATM, meteorological observation and forecast, the calibration of measuring devices, logistic support (spare parts management, training), and the Engineering and integration of "mission critical" systems.The company offers its services and activities on an international level. SICTA is a Consortium, (60% ENAV - 40% Techno Sky), dealing with Engineering activities concerning the planning, prototyping simulation and pre-operative validation of scenarios and functionalities for Air Traffic Management, at a National and International level.

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