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Aircraft in the Far East will establish digital surveillance

Aircraft in the Far East will establish digital surveillance
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The Digital Transport and Logistics Association begins designing a digital system for monitoring air traffic. It will cover all major cities of the Far East.

According to the press service of the association, the first Russian-certified integrated surveillance system "Almanakh" will start operating in the Far Eastern Federal District this year. Its coverage area will be more than four million square meters. km. A similar system is already operating in the north-west of Russia, in the Far Eastern Federal District it will cover Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Amursk, Vladivostok, Ussuriisk, Blagoveshchensk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and other cities.

The work is carried out as part of the creation of a digital air traffic surveillance field in the Khabarovsk enlarged center of the Unified Air Traffic Management System. The equipment that enters the system is a network of geographically distributed stations. Each fixes the location and flight path of the aircraft. All movements can be tracked in real time.


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