The new Support Information System (nSIS) is based on the Terma ATC*ISS system, which has already been installed and is in operation at the Heathrow, Stansted, and Gatwick towers.
ATC*ISS is the perfect tool for collecting, organizing, and serving relevant air traffic information such as meteorological overview and forecasts, air traffic load data, runway conditions, maps, NOTAM information, CCTV and much more. ATC*ISS provides one single access point for information, improving air traffic safety as well as working conditions and situational awareness for air traffic controllers. Termas ATC*ISS is an advanced information integrator and the system can drastically reduce the number of displays in any control tower as well as centers and approach. The solution is fully scalable from tower solutions (minimizing the number of displays) to large ATC center installations, providing information to hundreds of concurrent users. Furthermore, the unique graphical design tool in ATC*ISS allows users to easily layout and format the graphical user interface according to their own desire. The user may define a wide range of parameters for the selection and presentation of available data and ultimately design his or her personal screen layout. About Terma Terma, a leading Denmark-based defense, aerospace, and security company is a global supplier of Air Traffic Management solutions. Within ATM, Terma specializes in developing applications for information display for the controllers and for communication between the controllers and pilots. The core product lines include ATIS/VOLMET, Departure Clearance/Pre-Departure Clearance (all of which are available via DataLink and voice), Integrated Information Support and Display System for airport control centers and towers, and Radar Data Processing System for small- to medium-sized airports or for hot standby for main radar display at area control and approach centers and airport towers. The business activities of Terma include products and systems for a number of non-defense and defense applications including radar systems, electronic warfare systems, reconnaissance systems, and advanced composite aeronautic structures for high-performance military aircraft, communication systems, and applications and services for space purposes.