At FIDAE, the biggest trade event in the Defense, Aeronautics and Space sector in Latin America, Indra will present its range of solutions for air traffic management and communications, navigation and surveillance systems (CNS-ATM).
Indra, a world leader in the development of air traffic management systems, has implemented more than 3,000 facilities in over 140 countries.
Attendees at the trade fair, held at the Santiago de Chile international airport from 25 to 30 March, can learn about the company's ADS-B passive surveillance systems.
Indra will also provide information on automated air traffic management systems, a technology that has been implemented in air control centers and towers in a number of Latin American countries.
As a novelty, the multinational will display the advanced arrivals and departures management system (AMAN/DMAN) that it has integrated with its automated air traffic management system. This solution facilitates the sequencing of aircraft movements in the airport, increasing efficiency and capacity.
In the field of radio navigation, Indra will display its Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS) solution, which supports air navigation in the last phase of flight, and will provide information about the NORMAC family of radio navigation solutions (ILS, DVOR, DME and GBAS).Visitors can also learn about Indra's multilateration system, a technology that accurately calculates the position of an aircraft in the airport apron. The system allows tracking of aircraft and all vehicles equipped with a transponder, improving availability and safety in low visibility conditions at the aerodrome. At its stand, the company will also exhibit the well-known range of products of its German subsidiary, Indra Avitech. The eWiz@rd, AviSuite and AxL solutions are supporting integration of the aeronautical data exchange systems, AIM, OLDI and SWIM.