PASSUR Aerospace announces $2.88 million contract for airspace security applications

  • 24-Jun-2010 08:08 EDT

The FAA has awarded PASSUR Aerospace a $2.88 million contract for a one-year pilot program to provide access to air traffic control and aviation security related products in support of the FAA's joint role with the Transportation Security Administration.  PASSUR Aerospace is the sole provider of all products and services to be performed under this contract. Specific solutions will be delivered through the FAA's ADAPT (Automatic Detection and Processing Terminal) System and will include both data feeds as well as end-user software applications. The PASSUR solutions derive from several core PASSUR capabilities, including its national network of surveillance systems, which includes extended coverage of critical airspace corridors; its integrated database of live and historical flight and airspace information; flight behavior algorithms; flight and airspace visualization technology; and collaborative information dashboards for instant alerts and decision support, as well as the ability to immediately share information and coordinate action.

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