INDRA makes gains in Chilean airspace with the award of a project to modernize fiver Air Control Centers

The Civil Aviation Department entrusts Indra with the project to modernize much of its network of control centers

- Madrid, Spain.

Indra will implement its air traffic control system in two air route traffic management centers and three local air control centers of the Chilean Civil Aviation Department (DGCA). The company will also deliver air traffic simulation systems for controller training.

The air traffic control centers for the Puerto Montt and Punta Arenas route will use Indra's automated air traffic management system. This solution will provide these centers with a complete view of aircraft movements in the airspace under their responsibility. It will also facilitate early detection of potential conflicts between routes, relieving operators of repetitive tasks.

Indra will also be responsible for renewing the systems in the local control centers of Iquique and Antofagasta and will implement a completely new system in the Concepción local control center. Indra will thus modernize a large part of the country's network of air control centers.

Indra is one of the world's largest consultancy and technology multinationals, a leader in Europe and Latin America and is expanding in other emerging economies. Innovation is the cornerstone of its business, which is highly focussed on the customer and on sustainability. The multinational is one of the leaders in its sector in Europe in terms of investment in R&D and innovation, having invested more than €550M in the last three years. With sales approaching €3,000 million, it employs 42,000 professional.

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