What our Clients are saying
“We are transforming HKIA into a smart airport leveraging innovations and technologies. The DATMS will help enhance the efficiency of the airside operations and air traffic management at HKIA,” says Chapman Fong, General Manager, Airfield of AAHK.
Aena & FerroNATS
“We look forward to working with Aena and Searidge to advance air traffic services in Spain with market leading technology,” says Pablo Caballero Lagrú, Managing Director FerroNATS. “The Remote Tower concept offers operational and safety benefits that enable safer and more effective service compared to what a new conventional tower can offer.”
“Through this innovative partnership, Searidge will demonstrate the next generation of Aireon data usage,” shares Cyriel Kronenburg, Aireon VP of Aviation Services. “We are thrilled to support this global leader in digital towers to improve safety and efficiency around the globe.”
“Digital Aerodrome Services will allow us to optimise our future service delivery and improve safety outcomes for the industry and travelling public,” said Peter Curran, Executive General Manager Air Navigation Services, Airservices Australia. “It also means we can support greater resilience at our major airports and be responsive to service level requirements.”
UAE General Civil Aviation Authority
“We look forward to working with Searidge and believe this collaboration will help advance the use of technology in aviation to optimize safety and efficiency in the UAE and around the globe. The MoU agreement will promote, develop and reinforce administrative, technical and scientific cooperation,” says Ahmed Al Jallaf, Assistant Director General Air Navigation Services, General Civil Aviation Authority.
Kathryn Leahy, Director of Operations at Heathrow Airport said: “We’re delighted to be working with NATS to bring this pioneering technology to the UK’s only hub airport. Our capacity challenges are unique to our operation and we’re always exploring new and innovative techniques to help us overcome these constraints and improve the passenger experience in a safe and resilient manner. We’ll be keeping a close eye on this trial, as the technology could have a major role as we prepare for the expanded airport. We will watch how AI and digital towers could be used to monitor all three of the expanded airport’s runways in future.”
Mr Kevin Shum, Director-General of CAAS said: “Singapore is actively driving the development of innovative ATM solutions to further enhance efficiency and maintain high safety standards in our busy and complex airspace. We are pleased to add Searidge Technologies to our list of strategic collaborations with leading ATM solution providers in this endeavour. Searidge is already contributing to the development of the smart digital tower prototype currently being built for Changi Airport. We are looking forward to even more innovations through this collaboration.”
“Establishing a NATS and Searidge development laboratory here in the UK, and specifically at Heathrow, means we can benefit from using all of real-time operational data as part of our work,” says Andy Taylor, NATS Head of Customer Solutions.
“And by partnering with Heathrow Airport Limited, we can focus on developing digital solutions that address very specific problems, such as working in low visibility conditions or contingency operations.”
NATS & Changi Airport
Martin Rolfe, NATS Chief Executive Officer, said: “Singapore and CAAS are leading the world in the approach to smart airport and smart digital tower adoption and we’re absolutely delighted to have been chosen to work with them on what will be a transformational project for Changi Airport and the wider aviation industry. I believe the work we do together over the next two years will help shape how smart digital tower and smart airport technologies are applied to hub airports all over the world. It’s a huge vote of confidence not just in NATS’ operational capabilities, but also our partners at Searidge Technologies.”