Serbias Prime Minister inaugurates Belgrades new Air Traffic Control Centre building

Mirko Cvetkovic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia and Nikola Stankov, President of the Executive Board of Serbia & Montenegro Air Traffic Services Agency (SMATSA) inaugurated Belgrades new Air Traffic Control Centre building in the presence of Boris Tadic, President of the Republic of Serbia.
This is a first step in the implementation of the Future Air traffic Management Modernisation (FAMUS) programme in line with European strategic plans outlined by Eurocontrol and the European Commission for a unified European Air Traffic Control.
In 2011, Serbia and Montenegro's Air Traffic Services Agency will benefit from a new ATC centre based on Thales latest generation EUROCAT air traffic management system integrating a voice communication system, a message handling system and a telecommunication network. With40 controller positions, the control centre will provide a complete en-route and approach control capability at Belgrade and Podgorica airports, increasing safety and efficiency in the Serbian and Montenegro airspace.
Rémi Gille, Thales Vice President for ATM business, says: We are delighted to strengthen our relationship with SMASTA. As the largest industry contributor to the European modernisation programme SESAR, Thales is uniquely placed to assist
SMATSAs modernisation of its ATM infrastructure. Its leading-edge technology and integrated solutions for civil aviation authorities worldwide allow for increased capacity
Thales has built a solid partnership with SMATSA and has already supplied four primary and secondary radar systems since 2004.
Thales is a world leader in air traffic control management systems and civil radars, with a market share of 70% for navigation aid systems. Thales offers an integrated gate to gate solution, from the phase prior to take-off right through to landing, in order to guarantee airport security, the efficiency of air traffic management activities, the sharing of aircraft data and the transparency of transfer operations between territories.


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