PASSUR secures contract from Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

29 July 2014 (Last Updated July 29th, 2014 04:49)

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority in the US has selected PASSUR to provide software and business intelligence services for an airport operations and surface movement display system.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority in the US has selected PASSUR to provide software and business intelligence services for an airport operations and surface movement display system.

According to the deal, PASSUR will provide a surface management system with delay and diversion alerting, in addition to an airfield information display system and a user-customisable dashboard.

"PASSUR serves 60 airports, roughly 150 corporate aviation customers and the US Government."

The company will also support real-time airport operations researching, archive and reporting, as well as financial auditing and invoicing processes.

PASSUR provides predictive analytics based on proprietary algorithms, along with the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases.

The company provides services to approximately 125 airlines worldwide, including the top eight airlines in North America.

PASSUR also serves 60 airports, roughly 150 corporate aviation customers and the US Government.

The company's system offers coast-to-coast coverage, which is driven by patented and business intelligence software that is powered by a network of 175 passive radar systems.