Saab’s system operational in Indonesia
For runway safety at Juanda International Airport
Saab’s A-SMGCS (Advanced-Surface Movement Guidance and Control System) has been deployed at Juanda International Airport, Indonesia’s third largest airport serving over 19 million passengers per year. Its A-SMGCS is a proven, reliable and standards compliant system that provides surveillance of airport runways, taxiways, stands and on approach. The A-SMGCS at Juanda includes a surface multilateration system, vehicle locators (VeeLo), fusion processing, safety alerts and controller working positions. The system features the RU7, Saab’s most advanced multilateration ground station, plus a modern processing system to create a full situational awareness picture for controllers.
The industry’s Air Traffic Management (ATM) expertise spans airport operations, surveillance sensors, Air Traffic Control (ATC), automation, collaborative decision-making, and digital towers. Saab solutions are trusted by air navigation service providers, airports and airlines at over 100 locations in more than 45 countries.
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