Terma.com uses cookies and the like for the purposes of statistical analysis, improving the friendliness and usability of our website, tailoring content to your interests and engaging with social media. By visiting our website, you consent to our and third party use of cookies as described in our privacy policy.

Read about Cookies

Beijing’s new airport also to operate Surface Movement Radar from Terma

2017-03-07:

The purpose of the Surface Movement Radar is to maximize safety in airports.

Aarhus, Denmark – Terma has been awarded the delivery of the Surface Movement Radars (SMR) to the new airport in Beijing, China opening in 2019. The airport will join the long list of major airports to operate the new generation solid state SCANTER 5502 Surface Movement Radar.

The delivery will be effectuated together with local long-term partner LES Nanjing.

Beijing_464Terma will supply the Surface Movement Radar to the new airport in Beijing, China

The purpose of the Surface Movement Radar is to maximize safety in airports by allowing Air Traffic Controllers to monitor, advice, and instruct aircraft, vehicles, personnel etc. moving on the ground in an airport. A radar is very suitable for this purpose as it covers a large area and operates independently of light conditions (day/night), visibility conditions e.g. fog, and possible precipitation e.g. rain and snow.

The SCANTER 5502 Solid State Surface Movement Radars is integrated into the airport’s Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS) as the primary non-corporative surveillance sensor.

Terma Surface Movement Radars are in operation in 18 major Chinese airports including Beijing Daxing International Airport

Besides the new Beijing Airport, a total of +120 international airports around the globe are equipped with Terma SMR radars.

Follow Terma on:

www.twitter.com/Terma_Global     
www.linkedin.com/company/terma-a-s
www.youtube.com/user/TermaTV/

Contact

Kasper Rasmussen
Director, Communications
T: +45 8743 6091
E: kar@terma.com

Locations