Adacel Technologies Limited’s Aurora ATM system has successfully passed the Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) for the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA). The Aurora system is a 4D flight profile-based ATM system which incorporates all available surveillance sources, with advanced automation capabilities for oceanic, enroute, approach and tower control.
The new system aims to modernise the SCAA’s air traffic management system and will enhance ATM service delivery by providing surveillance control with space and ground-based ADS-B stations.
Daniel Verret, CEO, Adacel, said the company looks forward to the introduction of the Aurora ATM system into the Seychelles Flight Information Region: “The new system will enhance airspace efficiency, enable higher levels of service to airspace users and reduce controller workload.”
“Reaching this project stage is a great accomplishment for us. By installing this state-of-the-art system, we will modernise the air traffic service to a level that has never been seen before in Seychelles,” added Garry Albert, CEO, SCAA.
“The collaboration with the professional team from Adacel has ensured that we have one of the most advanced systems. Combining this new technology with SCAA’s well-trained human resources, we will provide an excellent service to our stakeholders from all over the world who fly in our vast oceanic airspace located on the east coast of Africa,” continued Albert.