Indra’s radar network controls the movements in the skies of Ecuador

Indra has rolled-out an airspace surveillance network in Ecuador that has enabled the Civil Aviation Authority to shift from covering 30% of its skies to more than 90%. The new system is comprised by MSSR mode-S radar systems and multilateration systems.

The company has also installed its air traffic management systems at the Shell approach centre, and it is finalising the renewal of the systems at the Quito and Manta centres. In 2012, Indra modernised the Guayaquil en-route control centre, which is the most important in the nation.

The amount of the project to modernise Ecuador’s air infrastructures is approximately $30 million.

Source / Author: Indra