Systems Interface is a world-leading ground-based navigational aids integrator.
Navigational Aids are a form of marker, signal or device that aids an aircraft by guiding and navigating it to its destination. It can be in the form of Instrument Landing Systems (ILS), Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), Non-Directional Beacon (NDB) or Doppler VHF Omnidirectional Range (DVOR).
As a leading airport systems integrator, we supply install and commission ground-based navaids from the world's leading manufacturers of these safety-critical systems, including CAT Ӏ, CAT ӀӀ and CAT ӀӀӀ ILS, DVORs, DMEs and NDBs worldwide.
Navigational Aids for Airport Applications
We can provide a whole package of tools to assist airports with aerodrome safeguarding, the design and preparation of instrument approach procedures, studies for the definition of equipment specification, system design - complemented where necessary by sophisticated computer modelling techniques for surveying and selecting sites for navaids and the protection of ILS sensitive areas.
Navigational aids are a crucial piece of equipment used for assisting the safe and efficient landing of aircraft which need to locate their landing zone accurately during low light hours and avoid high risk/dangerous during their approach.
That’s why we ensure that our navaid equipment and systems accurately measure the distance of aircraft and transmit signals to inform on landing locations, track the position of the aircraft while it’s in flight to ensure it’s staying on course and assist the craft during its decent and landing process.
With our specialist engineering and project management teams, a seamless transition from project inception to final flight check is ensured.