An automated transmitting and receiving centre (ATRC) TRS 2000, produced by the leading Russian developer and supplier of air traffic management equipment JSC Azimut, was put into operation at Syktyvkar international airport, the Republic of Komi. In 2017, the company had already installed a non-directional beacon (NDB) RMP-200 and an automatic direction finder (ADF) DF 2000 at the airport.
The automated receiving and transmitting centre (ATRC) TRS 2000 is designed to provide the fixed channels of reception and transmission of information between controllers and aircraft crews. In February 2018, JSC Azimut equipped Sheremetyevo international airport with the ATRC TRS 2000; in 2017, an identical radio navigation aid had been installed at Platov airport in the Rostov region. All in all, automated receiving and transmitting centres TRS 2000 produced by AZIMUT successfully operate in more than 60 Russian airports.
All the works on commissioning the air navigation equipment are made in the interests of FSUE «State ATM Corporation». Under the contract, JSC Azimut specialists carried out installation, starting-up and adjustment works, as well as the briefing of operating personnel, ground tests and introductory flight checks.
JSC Azimut with the assistance of the Rostec State Corporation develops, manufactures commercially, and supplies, on a turnkey basis, civil aviation enterprises with the facilities of communication, navigation, landing, surveillance, and air traffic control automation, as well as develops and implements integrated projects of equipping and re-equipping aerodromes and air traffic control centres.