One of the main priorities for the national security of any country is a precise control of airspace. Steadily growing number of flights and aircrafts in all regions of planet causes an importance to build new modern air navigation systems and air traffic control systems capable to provide accurate information of air traffic and guarantee the possibility of its efficient control. Air navigation security is an important component of global state security.


• Due to lack of equipment, many countries don’t have the technical ability to control their airspace • The high cost of radars and their maintenance is a serious issue for national security

• Possible risk of unauthorized flights through a country’s airspace• High risk of terrorism and smuggling• Control of the security of airports and critical infrastructure


Supply of radars for air navigation needs Customization of software Integration of existing systems with new ones Modernization or creation of central command room Professional trainings of system operators Engineering 24/7 maintenance of system System upgrade throughout the lifetime of the project



Upgraded Ground-Controlled Approach system GCA-22ML is designed to ensure flight safety of aircraft and helicopters within terminal airspace, obtain positional information and guide aircraft to a safe landing in normal and adverse weather conditions. GCA-22ML combines primary and secondary radars, and Precision Approach Radar (PAR).Primary channel of GCA-22ML operates in L-band (ICAO), secondary channel uses standard frequencies for RBS (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 1090 MHz) and Eastern UVD (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 740 MHz). Primary and secondary channels work on a common antenna. Precision Approach Radar performs vertical and glide path guidance and operates in X-band.
Main characteristics: Solid-state transmitter with ‘soft-failure’ redundancy. Automatic recording of air situation. Efficient operation in jamming environment. Operation is independent on the airborne equipment. Availability of the secondary channel (RBS, Mark X, Eastern IFF).



Aerodrome surveillance radar ASR-23ML is intended for surveillance and air traffic control within terminal airspace. ASR-23ML combines primary and secondary channels working on the same antenna as well as sidelobe suppression channel for improvement of detection capability.Primary channel of ASR-23ML operates in L-band (ICAO), secondary channel uses standard frequencies for RBS (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 1090 MHz) and, optionally, Eastern IFF (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 740 MHz).
Main characteristics: Support of both standard frequencies for RBS (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 1090 MHz) and Eastern IFF (interrogation – 1030 MHz, response – 740 MHz). Modular design transmitter providing ‘soft-failure’ redundancy. Continuously monitored jamming and interference. Remote monitoring from Tower. Support of variety of communication channels and data formats.



The equipment of Airport Control Tower automates fligths arrival and departure procedures, ingrates air traffic control procedures interacting with NMOC (Network Manager Operations Centre). The equipment includes workstation of Area Control Centre (TWR) controllers (AIR, APP, GMC, SV, TC) and server equipment: Flight Data Proccessing Server (FDPS), Radar Data Processing Server (RDPS), recording and communications server Rec.HMI of working positions supports all procedures recommended by Eurocontrol for the flights planning, departure and arrival.
Main characteristics: Implementation of Eurocontrol procedures for the flight plans, departure and arrival. Automation of arrival and departure procedures (SID, STAR). Support of CPDLC and OLDI. Support for aeronautical and meteorological data. Support of Safety Nets (STCA, MSAW, APW, APM, MTCD).



Automated Air Traffic Control System (ATCS) is designed for reception, processing and display of surveillance and direction finding information, flight data and other information for the purpose of providing air traffic management services within the area of responsibility of Area Control Centre (ACC), Approach (APP), management of arrivals and departures by Aerodrome Control Tower (TWR) controllers.
ATCS incorporates features to improve air safery, increase airspace capacity and provide greater Controller efficiency while providing high performance and reducing controller workload.
Network and hardware configuration of ATCS excludes complete failure of system. Fault of a single element leads only to a decrease in efficiency. System recovery time, due to the use of aggregate spare parts, does not exceed 30 minutes.

Main characteristics: Designed to successfully perform for both large scale ACC Centers and small/medium airports. Scalable to different ATM requirements – En-Route, Approach, Tower in any combination. POSIX compatible OS, open architecture. Easy-to-use, friendly multi-window graphic interface meeting Eurocontrol recommendations. 100% redundancy of main system components (MRT, FDP, OLDI, LAN) with automatic switchover. Selectable layered maps, adaptation to user preferences. Playback of the recorded air traffic situation separately or synchronously with the recorded voice when needed for analysis. Low cost of maintenance.
Functions of ATCS:Structure and reliability: placement of active working position equipment in a hardware room; reception of surveillance data and flight plans over main and standby data channels; data processing exchange and recording by server equipment with 100% redundancy; internal network exchange with 2 to 4 times data logical duplication; support of the Bypass procedure for surveillance and flight data information; duplication of main server data processing and recording on the equipment of working position (DARD, LOCAL).
Flight Data Processing (FDP): AFTN data exchange in ICAO, ADEXP formats; automatic IFPL fights plannign in FIR; automatic / manual correction of AFTN messages; automatic limitation of flight plans based on NOTAM and messages of the AS "CENTER" system; automatic (OLDI) and manual activation of flight plans, changing status of flight plans; automatic track - flight plan correlation, correction of flight route (track in accordance with flight plan); automatic cross-sector and external cordination; automatic distribution of flight plans.



Air Traffic Control (ATC) Simulator is designed for training, professional development, certification assessment of air traffic controllers as well as for research of air traffic management. ATC Simulator supports all procedures and functions of air traffic controller workstations for Area Control Center (ACC), Approach (APP), Aerodrome Control Tower (TWR) as well as for Military Control Tower. ATC Simulator may optionally include ATC Tower Simulator (Tower visualization equipment), More information about ATC Tower Simulator.
Main characteristics: Posibility to use as either standalone Simulator, or as a part of operational ATC System; Simultaneous or individual training of En-Route and Approach, Executive and Planning Controllers; Capability of testing and evaluation of new functions to be implemented in the operational ATC System; Fast and easy creation and modification of exercises; 1600x1600 km simulation area; Optional Air Traffic Control Tower Visual Simulator designed to improve the “reality” factor of training.



Air Traffic Control (ATC) Tower Simulator is designed to improve the "reality" factor of training and, as a consequence, increase training level of air traffic controllers. Computer graphics is extensively used to simulate "real" environment.
ATC Tower Simulator can be used both in stand-alone configuration or for complex training in conjunction with Area Control Center (ACC) Simulator.
ATC Tower Simulator includes:
 Aerodrome Control Tower (TWR) controller instrumental working positions; Terminal area pilot working positions.

Main characteristics: Solution designed to improve the “reality” factor of training. Tool to assess airport optimal load conditions and increase. Airport capacity. Standalone configuration or complex training in conjunction with ACC Simulator. Objects editing capabilities, introduction of additional components (paint schemes, stands, vehicles, etc.). Configurable number and types of events used in the exercises.



Voice Recording System AR2000 is intended for recording, storing and playback of audio data transmitted via:
analogue subscriber communication lines; digital subscriber lines (Siemens, Meridian, Alcatel etc., in compatible protocol); Ethernet channels (VoIP), E1 lines.
AR2000 can be used in 24/7 mode and is installed in the stationary heated premises.
Main characteristics: 24 - hours digital data recording from 8 to 256 channels simultaneously. Continuous or voice activated recording. Replaying without recording interruption. Protection against unauthorized access.



A1000 /A1000M / A1000H Radar Extractor purpose: automatic processing of analogue signals from the outputs of a primary radar and ground-based radar interrogator (IFF); automatic detection of plots, determination of polar coordinates; determining characterictics of air objects based on data interrogator; distributions of processed radar data in digital form.
Extractor A1000H is designed to control and retrieve information from radar height finder.
Main characteristics: Automatic targets detection and measuring coordinates in clutter and interference. Stabilized probability of false alarm in different jamming conditions. Optional hot duplication of equipment, automatic switchover. MTBF - 10000 hours.



The interface adapter is designed for receiving/ transmitting data in ASTERIX format over: Ethernet; HDLC link layer protocol; RS-232 serial protocol; via modems over physical (telephone) lines. There is a capability to modify fields in the ASTERIX format "on-the-go".Optionally, a different data format may be supported. The product operates under OS Linux and is available for management and configuration using remote access technology.
Main characteristics: Capability to modify fields in the ASTERIX format “on-the-go”. Support of multiple data formats. Combining data from ADS-B-Out transponders. Recording of all broadcasted data.