Drawing on its vast experience managing some of the world’s most complex airspace, Leidos developed its SkyLine® Air Traffic Management Systems to meet the needs of the mid-market international arena. Currently there are several air traffic control (ATC) systems in Europe and Asia that are based on the SkyLine product family, including systems in Albania, China, Kazakhstan, Korea and New Zealand.
A comprehensive, commercial off-the-shelf solution, SkyLine systems feature flight data processing (FDP) and surveillance data processing (SDP) capabilities that can function as a tower, terminal area, procedural or flow monitoring system service.
It provides a flexible configuration of features and functions to fit customer requirements.
Leidos will be at the World ATM Congress 2017 in Madrid in March, at stand 405.
CANSO, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, and ATCA, the Air Traffic Control Association, are delivering the innovation and education you need to meet ATM’s future head-on. A global mix of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), Air Traffic Management (ATM) experts, and leading product developers and service providers will converge in Madrid, 7-9 March 2017, at the fifth annual World ATM Congress – the largest international exhibition and industry forum of its kind.
The Award Winning World ATM Congress
In just three years, World ATM Congress has built a reputation for excellence, earning the Gold for Best Congress overall from the Eventoplus Awards for its inaugural 2013 edition and recognition as one of the Best Congress/Conferences in 2014 at the EuBEA (European Best Events Awards) Festival.