The New Air Traffic Control Centre Implemented by Indra in Lima starts up

Indra, one of the main IT companies in Spain and in Latin America, has concluded the implementation of the new air traffic control centre at José Chavez International Airport, Lima.

The centre will manage the air traffic of the whole country and will facilitate the management of a larger amount of flights in a more efficient way.
The new centre will be equipped with Indras Aircon automated air traffic management system. This solution offers air traffic controllers a global vision of the movements of civil aircrafts as well as more effective traffic management. 
The company will provide the Lima centre with a centralised communication system to enhance the coordination among the agents involved in the air operations. The system will expedite the coordination between air traffic controllers of the tower and control centres with ground personnel, emergency services and third countrys airports.
On the other hand CORPAC air traffic controllers and technicians have already received the initial training at the new instruction centre which Indra started up in Peru. The company has also delivered specialization courses at its facilities in Spain.
Thorough modernisation
The startup of this control centre is a significant milestone in the modernization of Perus air traffic management infrastructures. The modernization project was awarded by The Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation (CORPAC) in 2010 through an international public tender, where Indra competed with the main companies of the sector.
The company is now engaged in the deployment of a Monopulse Secondary Surveillance (MSSR) Mode S radar network- the most advanced technology for civil aircraft detection and identification- which will be responsible for 86% of Perus air space.
One of the eight radars acquired by Corpac is already installed at Jorge Chávez international airport while the installation of the systems destined to Talara, Pucallpa, Ayacucho and Arequipa airports is underway. The remaining three will be installed in Cajamarca, Iquitos and Cusco.
Leadership in Latin America
Over 1,200 facilities and 95 countries are equipped with Indras air traffic management systems. Regarding Latin America, a long-standing cooperation between the company and The Central American Corporation for Air Navigation Services (COCESNA) has rendered the systems which manage the upper air space of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Belize. In addition to this, the control centres and airports of most of these countries are equipped with Indras technology.
Besides the outstanding project underway in Peru, we should also mention the recent contract for the provision of several air traffic radar systems to Brazil. Furthermore, Indra has undertaken the modernization of many air traffic management infrastructures in Panama, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.


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