Airport environment management

AEROVISION is an aircraft environmental parameters (noise, air quality…) and flight tracks management system providing all the tools needed for monitoring, analysing and communicating on environmental impact. Particular emphasis has been placed on communication with local communities, in order to guarantee the necessary transparency required to ensure the best possible cohabitation.

Features

Make airports more sustainable

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts that air transport will double over the next 20 years. To support this growth, airports must develop and invest in new infrastructures (new runways, new terminals, etc.). Airports must also address the impact of their activities on the environment: reduced carbon footprint, reduced waste, protection of biodiversity and noise management. In addition to increasingly stringent legislation, communities living around airports now also expect greater transparency. Measuring and reducing environmental impact has become an essential challenge for airports. ACOEM is committed to bring them a solution adapted to their needs

100% web-based solution

Unique on the market, AEROVISION represents a real alternative to current systems, which are complex, of limited versatility and costly to operate. AEROVISION is a scalable solution, meeting the needs of airports of all sizes. It is 100% web-based, easy to install and use.

Simplify your environmental management

Monitoring

  • Measurement and storage of primary data: Noise, Air Quality, Fligth Tracks, Weather, etc.
  • Automatic identification of aeronautical events
  • Real-time or non-real-time visualization of flight tracks and noise

Analysis

  • Analysis of flight tracks and detection of unusual situations
  • Long-term statistical calculations
  • Printout of information reports
  • Verification of compliance with legislation

Communication

  • Providing local residents with access to flight tracks and noise data
  • Management of requests from local residents (questions, reporting, complaints, etc.)
  • Training of stakeholders (pilots, air-traffic controllers, local residents, etc.)
  • Providing information on airport activities (public website, replay of flight trajectories, etc.)

Always connected

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