Moscow Airport Selects Era’s Surveillance System

By Tish Drake | January 21, 2010
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Russian aviation authorities have selected surface surveillance equipment from Era a.s., based in Fairfax, Va., for Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport, the Russian Federation’s largest airport. The selected equipment includes Era’s MSS multilateration and ADS-B system, as well as 150 Squid vehicle tracking units, integrated into an advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS). Era said its multilateration system and Squid units will enhance the safety of all ground traffic on Domedodovo’s surface. For tower controllers, the system will provide accurate, reliable and automatic identification of aircraft and vehicles around all movement areas, in all weather conditions.

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