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CNS / ATM Solutions Focusing on Communications, Information, Navigation and Surveillance

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Air Traffic Management,
Vasekær 12,
DK-2730 Herlev,
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Since the 1980s, Terma has supported the Air Traffic Management (ATM) industry with automated communications and information systems and is today a leading global supplier of ATM solutions in data link and information systems for communications, navigation and surveillance.

A cost-effective air traffic situation display (radar display processing system) has been added to the product portfolio and recently, as an integrated part of continuous research and development efforts within ATM, Terma introduced a cost effective 2k by 2k LCD monitor, a new generation of data display monitors.


Terma offers a full range of ATIS / VOLMET solutions, ranging from standardized cost-efficient fully automated ATIS system to state-of-the-art data-link ATIS / VOLMET systems.

The Terma ATIS / VOLMET system at Helsinki Vantaa Airport provides enhanced information flow and a single point-of-input for onward automatic distribution of pertinent information to 13 domestic airports, also equipped with Terma systems.
Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok International Airport is one of the first few airports in the world that have installed the state-of-the-art data link and voice pre-departure clearance system from Terma.
ATC*ISS, Terma Information Support and Display System, features user-friendly HMI that is highly configurable to suit customer needs. Seen here is one of our ATC*ISS installed sites at Frankfurt / Langen Airport Control Centre.
The new plug & play monitor is a direct "one-to-one" replacement of SONY analogue DDM2800 monitors, offering unchallenged sharpness and brightness.
TERADS is a cost efficient air traffic situation display currently in operation across Norway.

ATIS / VOLMET FLEX is a high-end system that supports data link. It is most suitable for international airports with a high traffic load. In a wide area network design, ATIS / VOLMET FLEX is often installed at a capital airport with a data link gateway that supports multiple local ATIS systems at regional sites. The human machine interface provides a single user-friendly interface for both data link and voice communications.

ATIS / VOLMET FLEX supports both SITA and ARINC networks and will also support ATN when the market demands it. In many instances, Departure Clearance is added to the data link platform as our customers see it as a logical step to enhance the ATC operation. Terma has maintained its market leader position as the global preferred ATIS / VOLMET supplier with more than 200 systems installed worldwide.

ATIS PLUS is a fully automated ATIS system ideal for regional airports. Its standardized features include all that is needed for an ATIS service. Automatic broadcast is complemented by manual recording and input whenever it is needed.


The Terma Information Display & Support System, ATC*ISS, helps the controller focus attention on air traffic situation by providing a single point of access to all types of data needed for ATC operation. Data are retrieved quickly and presented in an easy-to-read format. A wide range of static and dynamic data is supported. 40 ATC*ISS systems have been installed at locations worldwide.


Terma’s DCL / PDC system has been developed in close cooperation with ANSPs and air traffic controllers. It is in operation at several prestigious airports including Hong Kong International Airport and Copenhagen Airport. Benefits include data integrity enhancement that contributes to improved safety, reduced workload of controllers and pilots and minimized ground delay.


LINKAGE ADS-B surveillance and navigation platform supports VDL M4, Mode S Extended Squitter and Combined Mode S ES and VDL M4 solutions. Applications include TIS-B, FIS-B and GRAS. LINKAGE is currently being supplied to NUPII project member states.


TERADS is a cost-efficient traffic situation display available in three modules. TERADS TWR is the ideal traffic situation display for small- to medium-size airport towers. TERADS BACKUP is a radar display backup system for area control and approach centres that offers instantaneous switchover. TERADS RADS, the integrated radar and ADS (Automatic Dependent Surveillance) module, is a perfect solution to monitor air traffic over remote areas or tough terrains. TERADS is currently used for all three applications at multiple sites in Norway.


TP2800 is a new generation of data display monitors targeting the air traffic control work positions.

The new plug & play monitor is a direct “one-to-one” replacement of Sony analogue DDM2800 monitors, offering unchallenged sharpness and brightness. The graphics controller has been developed in response to the recommendation of the UK Civil Aviation Authorities, which states that for safety reasons no processing of the display data should occur inside the display.

The monitor utilizes TruePixel© technology to ensure the absolute accuracy of the display without pixel processing. With no requirement for any hardware or software changes to implement this display solution, customers are offered a one-to-one solution to replace existing SONY DDMs.

Press Releases

  • Wind Farms and Aviation Security: Solving the Dilemma

    The concerns about air safety in proximity of wind farms are addressed by Terma with the SCANTER 4002 radar system. The radar is the only air surveillance system providing inter-turbine visibility and enables detection and tracking of small air targets inside and around wind farms. When

  • Surface Movement Radars for French Airports

    Terma has been contracted to supply its SCANTER 2001i surface movement radar (SMR) to Nice International Airport. The SCANTER radar will form part of the Thales advanced-surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS) STREAMS and will be the 5th SMR installation in France under a

  • New Support Information System to NATS

    NATS has selected Terma to supply the new support information system for London Terminal Control at the Swanwick Area Control Centre (ACC). The new support information system (nSIS) is based on the Terma ATC*ISS system, which has already been installed and is in operation at the Heathr

  • ATC Global 2009

    Meet Terma AIR and Terma Radar Systems at ATC Global 2009, which will be held at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam on 17-19 March 2009. Find us at stand number H604. We look forward to meeting you at this great event. This year, our AIR department will present solutions within data

  • IAA Selects Terma's TERADS Emergency System

    At Christmas in 2007, Terma was awarded a contract with the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) for the delivery of an emergency air situation display system for their Air Traffic Control Centre in Dublin and Shannon. The emergency air situation display system is based on the Terma TERADS BACKUP syst

  • Naviair Selects Terma’s TERADS Emergency System

    After a tender process, Terma has been contracted by the Danish air navigation service provider, Naviair to deliver its TERADS emergency system. The system supports Naviair’s implementation of DATMAS - Danish Air Traffic Management System, and will take over when the existing CATCAS sys

  • TP2800 - The Prime LCD Monitor of the 21st Century

    The start of a new era in ATM data display. Around the world, many ATC centres and organisations are still equipped with the Sony DDM2800 series of CRT 2K monitors for air traffic management. But we have reached the end of an era: production of the Sony monitor has ceased, and users wil

  • Clearing for Depature by Datalink

    If your scope of activities comprises aircraft movements at a regional hub, you will probably need a highly automated communications tool to secure smooth, safe and economically viable operations. And if the scenario is an international airport, you definitely will reap immediate benefits from


  • Hamad International Airport (HIA)

    Hamad International Airport (HIA) is Qatar’s brand-new airport to replace Doha International Airport, constructed 4km from the existing facility on a 5,400-acre site and Qatar’s only international airport.

  • Mariscal Sucre International Airport, Quito

    Quito is the capital of Ecuador and was earlier served by the old Mariscal Sucre International airport covering an area of 150ha. The old airport was completely surrounded by urban development in the middle of the city, with limited scope for expansion to accommodate growing air traffic in Ecuador, which is increasing due to tourism.

  • Schiphol Airport (AMS/EHAM), Amsterdam

    The expansion plans at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol included the new fifth runway, Polderbaan, opened for operation at the end of February 2003, as well as the renovation of Departure Lounge 1, which opened in 2005.

  • Bilbao Airport (BIO/LEBB)

    The construction project involves a new airport terminal for the city of Bilbao in northern Spain, part of the Basque re

  • Sofia Airport (SOF/LBSF)

    Sofia Airport is located 6km east of the centre of Sofia, Bulgaria and is the main hub for the national carrier Air Bulg

  • Gardermoen Airport (GEN/ENGM), Oslo

    Gardermoen Airport, near Oslo in Norway, began construction in 1994 to accommodate the expansion in Oslo's air traffic. The location of the airport was controversial, requiring many years of discussion before it was decided to build at its current site. The airport was designed with expansion in mind in order to avoid disputes over moving site in the future.

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