Air Communication Tower
When you think of air traffic control, you probably think of a man or a woman controlling the traffic from a tower. Movement of traffic is managed in a way where an aircraft moves through a specified zone or division and during its movement it is monitored by the air controller responsible for that division. In order to avoid the crash, air traffic imposes traffic rules to ensure minimum space is maintained around it. Controllers also give the instruction to the pilot.
To ensure safety of commercial and private aircrafts, there are companies offering solutions with advanced communication , navigation , tower systems and service. Air traffic management companies are now offering products and solution to the airports for safe flight operations.
Voice communication control system is to ensure flawless delivery of the users functional requirement. With the advanced Voice over internet protocol features, companies are able to meet the evolving demand of the infrastructural requirement. A common network is used to transfer both voice and data over a single network. Leading traffic control authorities have appreciated the use of VoIP in the air traffic control system
Advanced landing system had set a new standard to ensure successful landing without getting lost and putting any risk to the safety of those who are onboard. Instrument Landing System produce highly precisioned radio signal to help pilot land the aircraft on the runway under extreme weather condition including low visibility. The ILs system provides horizontal as well as vertical instruction to the pilot for safe landing of the craft. Ground based augmentation system is to provide distinctive navigation mostly in the close vicinity of the host airport via high frequency radio link from a ground based transmitter. It provides highest accuracy and integrity required for category I , category II and category III precision approaches.
Tower system available for maintaining traffic control and the new generation technology provides the full scope of automation including surveillance, monitoring, automatic clearing and pilot guidance. Different solution comprising communication system, runway lighting and radar system. Remote towers have now also been introduced where the controller does not have to be physically present at the location but can manage traffic services with the video screens displaying from the tower.
For safe flight there needs to be a harmonious communication between the pilot and the ground staff accompanied with advanced technology. Timely support and service is also essential for operational success. Distinguished support staff to provide the service as per the customer requirement are being integrated to the portfolio of solutions by the air control service providers.