India’s airspace to benefit from advanced surveillance technology

India is now equipped with the technology for advanced surveillance of its entire airspace by operationalizing 21 stations having surveillance technology for tracking aircraft — from the Himalayas to the high seas. The sophisticated automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) infrastructure covers the Indian subcontinent’s vast landscape of over 3 million sq km, plus parts of Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the entire Himalayas, allowing increased efficiency and safety in areas where radar coverage has so far been restricted. The ADS-B was installed at 21 sites in two phases by Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Germany-based firm COMSOFT, which has been providing products for innovative surveillance and communication solutions like ADS-B and multilateration sensors for over two decades.


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