ERA has obtained air traffic certification from CAAC China

Published: 13.06.2018 Related countries:  Thailand Thailand

ERA, a leading company in multirateration, multistatic surveillance, and reconnaissance technology, has become the first authorised foreign supplier of multirateration survey systems for air traffic management for Chinese airports.

 

 

 

ERA has obtained a series of certificates from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), which have made it the first authorised foreign supplier of multilateration survey systems for air traffic management for Chinese airports. The certification applies both to systems for monitoring aircrafts in the air, and the movement of service vehicles at airports.


ERA (a member of OMNIPOL Group) is a leading company in multilateration, multistatic surveillance, and reconnaissance technology. Unrivalled experience in passive surveillance sensor development provides ERA with unique know-how to deliver comprehensive solutions for global markets. We develop, manufacture and implement mission-critical systems for military and civil purposes.

Over last 2 decades, ERA has reached number of more than 100 installations, deployed in over 62 countries on 5 continents with 24/7 operations fulfilling demanding customer requirements. Nevertheless, more important than given number of references is the experience we have achieved and lessons learnt during implementation of our solutions for air traffic control and management.

ERA has developed unique passive surveillance system VERA-NG that defines new sensor category DPET (Deployable Passive ESM Tracker) tailored for air, maritime and land target surveillance and reconnaissance for defence and electronic warfare purposes.


In parallel, ERA made air traffic control history when deploying the first multilateration system and introducing gate-to-gate surveillance. We intend to continue introducing new technologies to adapt to today´s and tomorrow´s challenges.


Source: https://www.cianews.cz/gift; http://www.era.cz/about-era