Air Traffic Control market
The mission of air traffic controllers is to help pilots, who govern 23,000 airplanes in the world, and annually transport 2 billion people, to take off and landing safely. Therefore, they direct the movement of aircraft in airspace and at airports. They must rely on an excellent air traffic control system, where communication is essential.
Secondary air traffic control radars are based on the emission of a signal by an antenna, which is received by a plane and generates a response in the form of ECHO. For this purpose, aircrafts must carry a transponder on board, the device of communication with the system. Secondary radar systems select only the transmission receiver: airplanes that must be communicate with, reducing the chance of confusion and allowing a stable tracking.
TRYO Groups secondary radar radiant systems support the data and instructions exchange that is constantly transmitted between air traffic control centres and pilots, with reliability, accuracy and evidence of all types of incidents. It contributes to safer, more coordinated air operations and better complies with flight schedules.