NATS Information provides the cutting edge services you need to keep pace with technology and legislation.
Unlocking the value of data
With our skies becoming increasingly congested and budgets being squeezed, the move to more automated, predictable and cost-effective operations will soon be essential. NATS Information provides the cutting edge services you need to keep pace with technology and legislation as you make this change.
A major driving factor will be the introduction of the Single European Sky (SES) initiative in Europe, and NextGen, the USA equivalent. Many airlines, airports and ATC providers will be affected by upcoming legislation that demands more accurate data for navigation.
However, as data management is a complex and still evolving area, airports and air traffic control providers are unlikely to have the in-house skills available. It’s even less likely you’ll want to commit staff and money to set up a department from scratch.
Get the inside track on information management
NATS has a unique understanding of the issues you face as we’ve already had to deal with them in-house. This first-hand experience has led us to develop a solution proven in the real world.
Nucleus is an innovative NATS system that can help you be at the forefront of the move from Aeronautical Information Systems (AIS) to Aeronautical Information Management (AIM). It gives you central management of all aviation data – from telephone numbers to frequencies – and promises to revolutionise how ANSPs make use of this information.
With proven data systems, like Nucleus, and expert people, NATS is your ideal outsourcing provider. We can help you save money, transfer risk and avoid compromising your core services. If you’re not ready to outsource, you’ll find our large procedures design team can offer a significant resource to help you develop your own systems.
Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) An AIM solution makes you far more aware of potential safety risks.
Procedure design The Procedure Design Group at NATS specialises in the design and review of instrument procedures for customers around the world.
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- Managing the transition from paper to digital – Pete Dawson, General Manager, London Terminal Control