Last Updated: 02/11/2013*
Raytheon's next generation air traffic management (ATM) system, AutoTrac III (AT3), is an advanced, cost-effective solution to the challenges facing the ATM community in the 21st century — traffic growth outpacing revenue growth and the drive to increase capacity and productivity in a cost conscious environment.
The AT3 system is now operational at three Indian centers run by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) — Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai — covering three of the four Indian Flight Information Regions. These installations are an important milestone in AAI's plans for the modernization of India's airspace in order to accommodate projected levels of growth in the region's air traffic. They have also contributed to the achievements that resulted in AAI receiving the Janes 2012 Air Traffic Control Operational Efficiency Award. In addition, AT3 is currently being deployed to sites in Dubai and Hong Kong to manage the ever-growing traffic in those regions as well.
AT3 is the latest generation of Raytheon's AutoTrac series of ATM systems that are deployed throughout the world in Europe, Asia (China, Hong Kong and India), Canada, the Middle East, Africa and Australia. AutoTrac-based ATM products are also used extensively by the FAA throughout the U.S. for terminal and en-route air traffic control.
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