Mozambique makes headway on ADS-B

Aeroportos de Moçambique (ADM) has deployed new ADS-B cooperative surveillance technology for aircraft tracking.

Inaugurated by deputy transport minister Manuela Rebelo, its installation falls within the scope of a national ATM Communication, Navigation and Surveillance programme for controlled airspace.

ADM is implementing this technology as a corollary to comply with ICAO recommendations agreed under APIRG 71/31 – the Air Navigation Plan being developed by the African-Indian Ocean (AFI) Planning and Implementation Regional Group,

The project is financed by Deutsche Bank, with the supply and installation of the systems being carried out by the Spanish company DF Núcleo, with a two-year execution period concluding in December 2016.

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