Airports need to constantly measure and analyze aircraft and vehicle movements, as a backup in any given area on an airport’s surface can create a domino effect that cripples an airport’s operation.
Multilateration systems provide airline and airport personnel with real-time, shared situational awareness and tracking that supports Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) for the planning and scheduling of airport resources to improve gate management and orchestrate ramp movements.
Typically, airports have relied on airlines or aircraft to self-report their usage of key revenue generators, such as landing fees, de-icing costs, gate usage, etc. This has undoubtedly led to a faulted system, as airports have had no system to check accuracy, which has in turn led to lost revenue.
Multilateration provides flight track and identification data to automatically produce timely and accurate invoices.
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