The new Benazir Bhutto International Airport is Pakistan’s first greenfield civil aerodrome. The airport is designed for an initial capacity of 6.5 million passengers per annum, and will be built south-west of the expanding city of Islamabad to replace the existing international airport in Chaklala.
ACAMS Remote Control & Monitoring solution (GAMS) will be implemented to monitor the status of several important ATC systems installed at the airport including the main radio Systems, VCCS, navigational aids, generators and UPS’s.
The ACAMS software is implemented using a modular and flexible architecture, which allows the HMI and interfaces to be tailored to suit the individual customers’ requirements. At Benazir Bhutto International Airport, our software is adapted to run on a Linux-platform.
When monitoring key ATC systems a fully redundant solution is important. ACAMS solutions run on a fully dualized hardware solution, including main processing servers, data acquisition units, management terminal and client workstations.
ACAMS will supply the solution through the Spanish GECI Espanola Installation is expected by end of 2014.
For more information, please contact ACAMS.