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With WATTS ANTENNA COMPANY’S ADVANCED ILS ANTENNAS
Projected increases in growth and demand for aviation can provide further financial opportunities and benefits for stakeholders groups, that is… if policy and technology are designed and chosen to benefit all groups. Too often though, decisions are made that benefit a few groups while significantly burdening others.
Watts Antenna Company has tested and proven products that will quicken airspace modernization progress and will benefit all aviation stakeholders. Our Advanced ILS Antenna Systems are key to airspace systems optimization and best of all, they are available now. In other words…NextGEN NOW!
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There remains no good reason for current levels of limitations and constraints to continue to be imposed upon aviation stakeholders as Watts Antenna Company’s Advanced ILS Antennas have been proven to mitigate the root causes for instituting these constraints and they are well suited for supporting satellite based modernization initiatives such as Performance Based Navigation (PBN) and NextGEN. Therefore continuance of current levels of constraints is no longer a matter of necessity but rather a matter of choice and we believe that all stakeholders should be made aware of that. See Further Explanation Below…
Today’s reality is that many proposed improvements for aviation modernization are delayed, over budget, vulnerable to both intentional and unintentional disruptions and have fallen short of expectations with no favorable remedy in sight. Meanwhile, the incalculable costs of lost opportunities to all stakeholders continue as available solutions to persistent challenges limiting aviation modernization and growth, are largely overlooked. That is…until now!
Watts Antenna Company is announcing to all stakeholders, the availability of our GP series Advanced ILS Glide Slope Antenna Systems (successfully flight tested in Zurich, Switzerland in 2006) featuring asymmetric beam steering capabilities that reduce ILS Critical Areas thereby allowing for many more construction opportunities both inside and outside of airport boundaries, many of which previously had been disallowed. When combined with our Super-wide Aperture Model 201 ILS Localizer Antenna (first commissioned in Geneva, Switzerland in 2005), the entire airport community takes on the characteristics of a highly efficient credible modern day Aerotropolis. We can’t imagine why anyone would not want the world’s most advanced ILS Antenna Systems to be employed to reduce current constraints and limitations before going any further with developments, regardless of the scope and size of projects, in and around their airport community. As more stakeholders begin to comprehend the overarching affects and implications of continuing to utilizing standard economy grade ILS antennas, even as a backup for satellite based landing systems, they will come to the realization that no one can expect the performance levels that we all want without upgrading to high performance equipment. It should also be understood that no one can expect increased safety, efficiency and opportunities for all stakeholders, without replacing standard ILS antennas, that continue to limit them, with Advanced ILS Antennas that will dramatically enhance them.
As increasingly more stakeholders begin to comprehend these facts and examine the loss of opportunity costs they are needlessly incurring, then collectively we can encourage changes that benefit aviation’s many stakeholder groups, among whom the flying public is chief.
Contact us today or subscribe to our newsletter for more information on opportunities that our antennas afford and how you may assist in affecting airspace modernization policies for the benefit of all.
Enhances Aircraft Landing Safety, Increases Construction Opportunities Within Airports Where Previously Restricted, Reduces Flight Delays, Lowers Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Produces Smoother Approach Paths, Reduces Fuel Consumption, Reduces Noise, Increased Airport Capacity, Shortens Landing & Takeoff Cycles (LTC), Reduced Airspace Congestion, Reduces Multi-taxi, Simplifies Air Traffic Control (ATC) Operations, Increases Construction Opportunities Outside Airports Where Previously Restricted, Provides Highly Directional Precision Guided Signal To Approaching Aircraft, Increases Aircraft Safety Transitioning from Visual Flight Rules (VFR) To Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), Allows For Increased Ground Crew Movements During Flight Operations Reduces Pilots Taxiway Hold-line Confusion, Increased Airport Efficiency, Improves Signal Quality, Increases Passenger Satisfaction, Proven Reliability, Mitigates Environmental Wetland Issues. Reduces Site Preparation Costs, Compliments GNSS Systems, Fully Functional During GPS Denial of Service Occurrences, Fully Functional In GPS Denial Of Service Environments, Provides Precision Guidance In Difficult Airport Environments, and Available Now!
Environmentalists – reductions of aircraft greenhouse gas emissions, fuel consumption and the production of noise by reducing aircraft landing and takeoff cycles. In addition select models are designed in such a way that they require less ground preparations and can be used to reduce disruptions of wetlands…