Air traffic ADS-B G-1090
receiverfor airportwith integrated GPS

air traffic ADS-B
air traffic ADS-B
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for air traffic
for airport
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with integrated GPS, PoE, IP65, plug-and-play


The G-1090 is a Swiss-made air traffic signal receiver offering safety-critical low-altitude air traffic information natively detecting aircraft equipped with ADS-B, Mode S, and Mode A/C transponder, as well as FLARM and UAT, equipped aircraft, drones, or gliders. Our detection solution is completed by an in-house developed multilateration algorithm, which enhances the quality and reliability of the data. The system is designed as an easily scalable and affordable way to provide air traffic information in all areas uncovered by existing secondary radars to manage complex Airport operations, BVLOS drone flights, or UTM field test zones. The Datastream provided is also available via API and can be implemented into third-party software. It has already proven to offer reliable data for several ANSP systems around Europe and multiple UTM test fields. Moreover one can use existing coverage (e.g. Switzerland, Germany) to get the API stream. Also, INVOLI ground-based surveillance system can enable USSPs and FIS providers to comply with the upcoming iConspicuity / E-conspicuity regulation, Expected to enter into force in January 2023. Closely following the regulatory developments, INVOLI has developed the G-1090 air traffic receivers to be able to detect electronically conspicuous aircraft in U-space Airspaces and Transponder Mandatory Zones (TMZ) in non-controlled airspace. In addition, to locate ADS-B signals, the G-1090 and INVOLI platform are ready to welcome the new ADS-L surveillance technology defined in the coming AMC/GM of EASA application rule SERA.6005(c).



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