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Raytheon Canada ATMS
Raytheon Australia has recently submitted a bid to prime AIR 5431 Phase 1, which is the provision of a deployable Air Traffic Management and control system to Defence.
As a global leader in the design, development and integration of air traffic management systems (ATMS) Raytheon helps control more than 60 percent of the world's air space.
Having delivered 350 ATM systems and safeguard solutions to more than 50 countries, Raytheon maintains a proven performance record worldwide. Supporting programs in both civil and military sectors, including air traffic control systems, approach and landing systems and security systems, Raytheon is focused on shaping the future of Australia’s air space.
Local Mission Support
As the incumbent supplier of the Australian Defence Air Traffic System (ADATS), Raytheon has delivered a transportable capability (TASR), primary & secondary surveillance radars and an ATMS automation system to the Royal Australian Air Force. ADATS is integrated into a network of critical systems, including the civil aviation system, communications systems, remote sites, runway barriers, lighting and other airfield facilities, serving Australia’s military and civil aviation.
Raytheon Australia’s local, skilled workforce provides in-country support for ADATS system and is co-located with the customer, providing mission support to the program through a Follow on Support contract. The company has exceeded contracted and designed reliability and availability targets throughout the duration of the long-term support contract, managed locally.
Raytheon’s global and local pedigree and in-country expertise positions the company well to succeed on the AIR 5431 program, providing innovative solutions for all three phases of the program. The AIR 5431 program requirements include the acquisition of a transportable and deployable ATC capability, replacement of the existing sensor suite of primary and secondary surveillance radars and the ATMS automation including control towers.
As a company with experience in the design and implementation of national systems, Raytheon is also well-positioned to provide the planned Future Civil and Military Air Traffic Management System (FCMATMS). FCMATMS envisions a nationwide civil and military system that provides seamless air traffic management for all users and simultaneously contributes to the common operating picture for defence.
Proven Global Solutions
In addition to providing fully integrated Communication, Navigation and Surveillance systems, Raytheon Company designs, manufactures, and services innovative ATMS solutions. From providing training for air traffic controllers to maintaining landing systems, the company delivers complete end-to-end ATMS capabilities.
As a leader in both the civil and defence markets, Raytheon’s systems operationally control air traffic on every continent with systems at major airports worldwide, including Houston, Miami, Boston, Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.
Additionally, Raytheon delivers improved flight safety and situational awareness as well as management of battlefield identification for defence customers. The company’s systems integration capabilities, combined with a full range of products, services and software development, enable Raytheon to satisfy a variety of requirements – from a small airport system to a gate-to-gate national ATMS.
In the U.S., Raytheon's Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) program with the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Department of Defense provides national, civil and defence ATMS. Internationally, Raytheon's latest AutoTrac III system installations in India, Hong Kong and Dubai and Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar updates in the U.K., Norway, Dubai and Romania are underway.
Commercially, Raytheon is embedding new technologies that cope with a changing modern environment that enable interoperability and flexibility, allowing air traffic management to support both manned and unmanned aircraft. For the military, Raytheon's Joint Precision Approach and Landing Systems allow aircraft to land on moving platforms such as aircraft carriers using enhanced GPS based technology.
The company is also partnering with Serco to compete for the opportunity to provide joint military air traffic system improvements, managed services and training to the Ministry of Defence through the U.K.-based Project Marshall.