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Searidge Wins 2011 Innovation Award

March 14, 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands – ATC Global Stand R420. Searidge Technologies, provider of intelligent video solutions to air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airports, announced they were recognized this week for their innovation in the industry by Jane’s Airport Review.


March 14, 2011
Carey Fredericks

March 14, 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands – ATC Global Stand R420. Searidge Technologies, provider of intelligent video solutions to air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airports, announced they were recognized this week for their innovation in the industry by Jane’s Airport Review. The Innovation award recognizes small enterprises that have raised Air Traffic Management (ATM) performance.

The Searidge intelligent video platform IntelliDAR™ is enabling a new generation of ATM applications that are having a direct impact on ATM performance including remote tower services, automating runway lighting, surface conflict detection and alerting, A-SMGCS augmentation, and gap filling. Proven in the market, IntelliDAR has been adopted by some of the worlds largest and innovative ANSPs, airports and companies including NAV CANADA, FAA, DFS, Malta Air Traffic Services, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), and MIT Lincoln Laboratories.

“This award recognizes the hard work and dedication put in by the Searidge team to develop solutions that help advance innovation in the air traffic control industry,” explains Moodie Cheikh, chief executive officer, Searidge Technologies. “While the technology has had an immediate impact on ATM performance – particularly in the areas of runway safety and efficiency, it promises to have an even greater impact in the years to come as the deployment of remote towers become more widely adopted.”

Jane’s ATC Awards have established a reputation for recognizing and rewarding excellence within the air traffic control industry. The awards celebrate the improvements in air traffic control over the past 12 months across seven areas important to the future of the industry. The judging panel is drawn from across the industry and included senior technical representatives from CANSO, Eurocontrol, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations (IFATCA) and IHS Jane’s.

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