AAI joins hands with Saab for joint research

The MoU plans to synergise the individual strengths of AAI and Saab for joint research and implementation of pan India automation system

GN Bureau | January 24, 2019


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To focus on mitigating challenges  of  aviation  growth  and  enabling  the 'Flying for All' vision, the Airports Authority of India has inked an MoU with  Saab,  a  company serving  the  global  market  with  world leading  products, services  and  solutions  from  military  defense  to  civil  security.

 
The pact is aimed to engage both the parties in discussion and jointly analyse potential cooperation opportunities on a non-exclusive basis with respect to air traffic management solutions (ATMS) in India.
 
The MoU plans to synergise the individual strengths  of  AAI and  Saab for joint research and implementation of pan India automation system, implantation of cost-effective ATMS for airports listed under UDAN scheme and contingency ATMS at major airports through digital tower.

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