Centralized Airport Operations Center/ Remote Apron Control
Centralizing operational units via panoramic stitched video - simulated out-of-the-window views
Some airports have multiple RAMP towers and control units due to the geographical layout of the airport. The presence of these disparate operational units can result in a need for increased human resources, a lack of coordination of tasks between the units, and an increase in radio/telephone communications.
Controlling/advising vehicles and aircraft in remote airport locations
Using the Searidge's Airport Stitched Video solution, it is possible to simulate an out-of-the-window view for one or multiple geographically dispersed aprons, de-icing pads, aircraft parking areas and consolidating the various views into one operator display. The solution eliminates the need to be physically looking out of the window to see live traffic activity, and instead allows for a centralized operations centre approach, which can free-up valuable human resources and real-estate, and increase throughput as airport operations personnel can be co-located in one cohesive unit.
Remote Apron Control
Centralized Airport Operations/Remote Apron Control
Real-time gate occupancy
Benefits at a Glance
- Consolidate ground control positions
- Free up valuable human resources and real-estate
- Reduce costs by consolidating systems
- Increase efficiency and throughput by running a co-located operational unit
- Reduce radio/telephone communications
- Increase safety due to better coordination between controllers and operations personnel