Brazilian Airspace Control Picks Jeppesen

Aviation International News » November 2008
October 27, 2008, 11:32 AM

Brazil’s Departmento de Controle do Escaço Aéreo (DECEA, Department of Airspace Control) has decided to deploy Jeppesen’s total airspace and airport modeler (TAAM) software at its newly created simulator laboratory in São Jose dos Campos, Brazil. Jeppesen will provide advice and user support to ensure DECEA receives the full benefit from its investment. This includes installation, commission, system testing and training. Jeppesen will also aid with the development of the TAAM model of Brazilian airspace, as well as a detailed ground model of the Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia International Airports. TAAM is scheduled to be operational in early 2009.

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