Kuala Lumpur International Airport Air Traffic and Navigation Systems Design

Ambidji was commissioned by the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Authority to plan and oversee the entire design, development and installation of the air traffic management systems for the new KLIA.

The scope of the work included:

  • Replanning the airspace over the entire Malaysian peninsula;
  • Design of all operational procedures for the new airport;
  • Planning, design and specification of all ATC systems and air navigation systems;
  • Management of the entire systems procurement process;
  • Systems integration and contract supervision;
  • Specification and procurement of an ATC tower and radar simulators for training;
  • Preparing all coursework for staff training, and delivering all simulator and on-the-job training.
  • Management of the transition of all airport and airspace control systems.

 

Thales ATM and the Saudi Arabia General Authority of Civil Aviation – Airspace Operational Concept Development

Ambidji was engaged to review the operational and technical impacts the introduction of the Eurocat-X Radar System would have on airspace, and in consideration of this, develop new airspace concepts and ATC arrangements to support the introduction of a two centre service concept. The review and recommendations included addressing the impact of the introduction of ICAO CNS-ATM concepts, and the Aeronautical Telecommunications Network (ATN).

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