Indra will deploy next generation air traffic systems at Seoul Incheon International Airport for 39 M€

23 February 2015

Indra's technology will control one of the busiest airports in Asia, with over 45.5 million passengers in 2014

Indra and South Korea IIAC (Incheon International Airports Corporation) have signed contracts for the supply of the latest Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (ATM) Systems to be operational at Incheon International Airport in Seoul. These contracts value is 39 M€.

Indra's technology receives the confidence of South Korean authorities as a result of several rigorous international tender processes where other major suppliers from USA, France, and Japan also competed.

The project includes the supply of a full range of Air Traffic Management Systems, consisting of two Primary and Secondary Surveillance Radars (PSR/MSSR), an ATM Automation System with over 50 positions, Navigation Systems (with ILS, DME and DVOR), as well as an Advanced-Surface Movement and Guidance System (A-SMGCS). The scope of the project also includes all services related with this equipment such as installation, factory training and after-sales warranty.

Indra, chaired by Fernando Abril-Martorell, is one of the world's largest consultancy and technology multinationals, a leader in Europe and Latin America and is expanding in other emerging economies. Innovation is the cornerstone of its business, which is highly focussed on the customer and on sustainability. The multinational is one of the leaders in its sector in Europe in terms of investment in R&D and innovation, having invested more than €570M in the last three years. With sales approaching €3,000 million, it employs 43,000 professional and has customers in 138 countries.

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