No matter the size or configuration, every airport faces performance challenges of some kind.
For some it’s about maximising runway capacity. For others it’s managing scarce resources, dealing with bad weather or effective stand management.
In all these cases and more, a combination of high-fidelity cameras and artificial intelligence can help you overcome these obstacles. How? By giving your people the tools they need to make smarter, better, quicker decisions.
Augmentation and collaboration
So far, most digital towers make use of a static camera array that stares at the airfield without adding any further intelligence. But the NATS and Searidge approach is different. By distributing cameras at key airfield pinch-points, specific operational challenges can be addressed in a way that is entirely scalable to an airport’s individual needs.
This approach doesn’t mean replacing your existing tower – it’s about augmenting what you already have so your controllers, and the wider airfield operation, can make better decisions. This is happening at airports worldwide today, who are all collaborating through a growing network of Digital Airport facilities facilitated by NATS and Searidge.