ENAV wins major contract in Australia for air navigation services. Paolo Simeone (CEO of ENAV): “The Far East is one of the main markets we have been focusing on for some time.”
ENAV gets an important ranking in Australia. The company operating in air transport management systems, through its subsidiary IDS AirNav, has signed a contract worth million euros With Airservice Australia (ASA), the Australian service provider of air navigation services, to update the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) system. It is one of the largest atmospheres in the world.
In detail, IDS AirNav will provide an upgrade of the AIM system for electronic flight deployment and integrated flight mapping based on GIS technology (IDS AirNav ICE System).
The new contract with a Total duration 30 months, will allow Airservices Australia to significantly increase the efficiency of the ICAO standard map deployment process and provide a solid foundation for increasing system capabilities.
“ASA operates one of the largest airspace in the world and is therefore a source of pride for ENAV to be a strategic resource for the development of the Australian aviation sector,” he said. Paolo Simeone, CEO of ENAV -. The Far East is one of the major markets that we have been focusing on for some time. This contract is proof that the new unorganized business model that we are developing, together with investments in research and development and technical skills, is yielding excellent results despite the crisis in the sector due to the pandemic.”
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