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Flight Information Display and Situational Awareness for Towers


Enhanced situational awareness

Romeo5 enables airports and the rest of aerodromes to improve safety and operational efficiency while remaining cost effective.

User-friendly interface

The user-friendly interface of Romeo5 allows air traffic controllers and airport personnel to access the system functions effectively with minimal training required, making it a budget-friendly choice.

Ground and air side

Unmatched Situational Awareness for Ground Surface and Airside Operations

Seamless integration

Seamless integration ensures a smooth transition and minimal disruption with existing air traffic management systems.

Customizable system

The customizable features and automated alerts of Romeo5 allow airports and aerodromes to tailor the system to their specific needs and regulatory requirements.

Real-time data.

Romeo5’s ability to process vast amounts of real-time data ensures efficient handling of increasing air traffic and data demands.

As a FIDs for Airport Flight Information Service, Romeo5 is designed with the highest safety and comfort standards.

Similar to modern ATC consoles, Romeo5 displays the target with position linked to its label, which includes callsign, altitude corrected by QNH or flight level, and selected level from mode-S and wake turbulence category (these last 2, if available through the surveillance data feed). A time-based speed vector completes the target information.

The information and settings bars are accessible via an external mouse, but it can also be tapped directly when using a touch screen.

These bars include zoom in/out for map and labels, level filters, halos and tools to calculate distances between aircraft. Our smooth automatic traffic label system showcases our state-of-the-art capabilities, featuring a user-friendly interface and a data quality assurance warning protocol.

Romeo5 technology can be successfully implemented and commercialized in various markets, including the UK where it is known as SimpliFID, aligning with the rigorous standards set by CAA CAP-670.

Romeo5 revolutionizes the way airports and rest of aerodromes provide Flight Information Services, enabling them to enhance safety measures, optimize operations, and improve overall efficiency.

Follow-up questions

1. How does Romeo5’s integration with existing air traffic management systems and procedures benefit airports and rest of aerodromes?

Romeo5’s integration with existing air traffic management systems benefits airports and aerodromes by ensuring a seamless transition to the use of Flight Information Display with minimal disruption. It allows for the consolidation of flight information from various sources into a single platform, providing a comprehensive and unified view of the airspace. This integration enables air traffic controllers and airport personnel to access real-time flight information, collaborate effectively, and make informed decisions. 

2. How does Romeo5 ensure the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive flight information?

Romeo5 ensures the security and confidentiality of sensitive flight information through advanced data encryption and robust security measures. The system employs industry-standard encryption protocols to protect data transmission and storage, ensuring that only authorized personnel can access the information. Additionally, Romeo5 adheres to strict data privacy regulations and compliance standards, such as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) or local aviation authorities’ requirements. Access controls and user authentication mechanisms are implemented to restrict unauthorized access to the system. Regular security audits and updates are conducted to identify and address any potential vulnerabilities, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of flight information.

3. What measures does Romeo5 implement to ensure cybersecurity and protect against potential cyber threats?

Romeo5 guarantees cybersecurity and protects sensitive flight information by running in a local area network (LAN) that is completely isolated and protected from external threats. The system is designed to operate within a secure network environment, ensuring that unauthorized access from external sources is prevented.  To further enhance cybersecurity, Romeo5 implements robust security measures within the LAN. These measures include firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and encryption protocols to safeguard data transmission and storage. The system employs industry-standard encryption algorithms to ensure that flight information remains confidential and cannot be intercepted or tampered with during transmission. Regular security audits and updates are conducted to identify and address any potential vulnerabilities within the LAN. This proactive approach allows for the timely implementation of security patches and updates to protect against emerging threats.  By running in a protected LAN environment and implementing stringent security measures, Romeo5 provides airports and aerodromes with a robust cybersecurity framework.  Please note that the specific cybersecurity measures implemented by Romeo5 may vary depending on the system’s design and the requirements of the airport or aerodrome.

4. Can Romeo5 be run locally while also functioning in a cloud environment?

Yes, Romeo5 offers the flexibility to be run both locally and in a cloud environment, providing a robust backup or mobile contingency system for airports and aerodromes. The system can be installed on-site, allowing for real-time access to flight information and situational awareness within the airport premises. This local setup ensures uninterrupted operations and immediate access to critical data even in the event of internet connectivity issues or other external disruptions. Additionally, Romeo5 can be deployed in a cloud environment, serving as a backup or contingency system in case staff needs to move to a secondary secure location. By leveraging cloud infrastructure, the system can be accessed remotely, enabling air traffic controllers and airport personnel to maintain situational awareness and access flight information from any location with internet connectivity. This capability is particularly valuable during emergency situations or when staff needs to relocate temporarily due to unforeseen circumstances.