Defence and security company Saab has been selected by Cranfield University, to deliver a digital air traffic control system to Cranfield Airport, in UK.
Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions will deliver a digital air traffic control system based on a solution developed since 2006, and approved by authorities for operational use since 2015, said the company in a statement. Digital Air Traffic Control (ATC) services provide a digitalization of the data they collect and distribute.
Cranfield Airport is based 70 km northwest of London and owned by Cranfield University.
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