18 Nov To70 has successfully completed Airport CDM Gap Analysis in Guarulhos, Brazil
To70, one of the world’s leading aviation consultants, has successfully completed an assignment for SAIPHER ATC in Brazil. The GAP Analysis and expert advice from To70 and validation of technical systems have contributed to the successful implementation of the Pre-Departure Sequencer (PDS) developed by SAIPHER ATC. As of 5 November 2020, the PDS has gone online at GRU Airport in Sao Paulo, a major milestone for the A-CDM program in Brazil.
To70 has broad experience working with Airports, Air Navigations Service Providers, Airlines and Handling Agents in the development and delivery of Airport CDM systems and concepts across Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.
About SAIPHER ATC
Saipher ATC is a Brazilian company specialized in the development and commercialization of software and solutions for the control and management of air traffic (ATC / ATM). Their systems are in use at over 150 Brazilian airports, ranging from AFIS stations operated by only one controller to international airports of intense movement, air bases, and other specific missions.
On a worldwide scale, their electronic control tower strip systems are the most used, controlling and managing thousands of landings and take-offs daily. In line with new market needs, and within its vision of constant evolution, the company Saipher ATC developed its second generation of systems for management and control of air traffic.
To70 is one of the world’s leading aviation consultants providing research and advisory services to the global aviation community. To70 was founded in The Netherlands in 2000 and has since expanded with offices in Europe, Australia, Asia and the Americas. To70 has a wide range of expertise which include, among other areas, strategic planning of airports and airspace, operational performance and efficiency, aviation safety and environmental studies. The range of clients includes airport operators, air navigation service providers, airlines, government bodies, aviation authorities and research institutions.