Era Launches New Airport Surface Management Solution

Era Systems Corporation, a subsidiary of SRA International, Inc. (NYSE: SRX), today announced the launch of its new web-based airport surface management solution, Symphonysm. Symphony adds to AirScene.coms already extensive airport operations capabilities. Symphony will help airports proactively manage airport operations, reduce delays and improve performance during irregular operations (IROPS) by providing historic, real-time and predictive situational awareness of the airspace and the airport surface. This past, present and future insight allows airports to improve operations and maximize the effectiveness of existing resources, such as runways, taxiways, gates and terminals to increase airport efficiency and improve the passengers overall airport experience. Symphony users will benefit from real-time two- and three-dimensional displays of all aircraft and vehicles on the airport surface and in the terminal airspace, including integrated status messages and alerts, statistical reporting and future prediction of infrastructure demand. Symphony will enable true collaborative decision-making (CDM) by sharing critical information with key stakeholders, said Era Vice President Bill Colligan. Symphony can also be integrated with other modules to provide a total and complete airport operations management solution. is a comprehensive, web-based application suite for airport operations that utilizes a common database to ensure the accuracy and consistency of all airport system data. Modules include NOMS (noise and operations management system) for environmental compliance, RevenueVue for automated auditing, billing and invoicing, ADIS (Airport Data Information System) for general airport operations data and now Symphony for surface management. Era Systems Corporation provides next-generation air traffic management tools that address core challenges like safety, efficiency, profitability and functionality. Its innovative use of proven next-generation technologies, like multilateration and ADS-B, help air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airport operators ease capacity constraints; improve airspace and ground space efficiencies; and reduce costs.


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