At Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, the commissioning of automated transmitting and receiving centre (ATRC) communications means produced by the leading Russian developer and supplier of aviation equipment Azimut JSC has been completed.
In 2018, the Moscow International Airport, having one of the largest aerodromes in the Moscow air hub and serving both international and domestic flights, will receive World Football Championship participants and guests. The project has been implemented under the Federal target program «Development of the transport system of Russia for the years 2010-2020».
JSC Azimut has equipped Sheremetyevo airport with an automated receiving and transmitting centre (ATRC) TRS2000.
The automated receiving and transmitting centre TRS2000 produced by AZIMUT functions successfully at more than 60 airports.
The instrument landing system developed by JSC Azimut is a weatherproof one, and complies with the standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Identical radio navigation aids, produced by JSC Azimut, are installed at the airports of Russia and Tajikistan.
All the works on commissioning the communications means have been performed in the interests of the Moscow Centre for Automated Air Traffic Control (MC AATC), FSUE «State ATM Corporation». 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 under the contract.
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.