Exelis to Debut New Aviation Business, Integrated Services at 2015 World ATM Congress

Exelis-logo, ExecutiveMosaicExelis is set to launch the company’s new global aviation services business and exhibit a suite of integrated services at the 2015 World ATM Congress from March 10 to 12 in Madrid, Spain.

The new aviation business spans voice-over-Internet-protocol communication products, air traffic queue optimization service, airport and airlines operations management tools, terrestrial aircraft surveillance networks and space-based surveillance constellations, Exelis said Friday.

Exelis’ senior leaders will attend the event to discuss the company’s new services and aviation programs:

  • Pam Drew, Exelis executive vice president and president of information services (available March 10)
  • Ed Sayadian, VP of civil and aerospace systems (available March 10 and March 11)
  • Frank Kohne, managing director of Global Aviation Solutions
  • Peter Harrison, managing director of Exelis C4i

Exelis will also demonstrate SwitchplusIP, a networked air traffic control and airport communication service that complies with EUROCAE’s interoperability standard for VoIP air traffic management components.

Other products lined up for presentation are Exelis’ OSYRIS software for arrival and departure management, Symphony data and applications suite for airport and airline operations management, and a global surveillance service.

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