Precision Applications to install Veristore at three Scottish Airports

Precision Applications Veristore Recording Systems are to be installed at the three largest Airports in Scotland: Edinburgh, Glasgow International and Aberdeen. At each of these airports the Veristore Systems will replace the existing recorders to ensure that the ATC recording facilities are fully compliant with the latest ICAO and UK CAA regulations, which now require the communication and surveillance data to be recorded and synchronously replayed.

NATS, who are the UKs leading provider of ATC Services, have selected Precision Applications as their preferred supplier for Recording Solutions and will be responsible for all phases of the installation and commissioning of the new equipment. Since the beginning of this year Precision Applications and NATS have installed similar Veristore systems at Gatwick, Cardiff, London Luton and Belfast City Airports.

Considerable investment is being made at each of these Scottish Airports with Aberdeen being the fastest growing airport in the UK in 2011. Between them they handled a total of just over 19 million passengers in 2011 with these numbers predicted to increase to more than 50 million by 2040.

Denise Malyan, Managing Director of Precision Applications Limited, said We are delighted that NATS have selected our equipment, once again, for use at these prestigious airports. The first Veristore installation was at Southampton International Airport in 2007 where we worked with NATS to provide a state of the art recording system. Since then more than thirty systems have been installed, many at major international airports.

Iain Harris, NATS Engineering Director said Working in partnership with our customers at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, and utilising the vast experience of Precision Applications, we will be transforming the recording facilities at these sites to ensure we can meet the challenges of today and the future.
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