Are You Ready to Modernize Your Airport the Smart Way?
Today's airport, airspace, airline and air-carrier modernization efforts demand knowledge and experience from the inside. XCELAR offers proven solutions rooted in a deep understanding of aviation systems and those who use them. Our team of experts offers innovative solutions tailored to the size and scope of the modernization effort. Airports, their users, and governing bodies require systems and technologies that withstand the rigors of 24/7 operations. XCELAR has the experience and track-record with airport modernization that meets the challenges facing the aviation industry — locally, nationally, and globally.
- Airport infrastructure upgrades including operations, communications, surveillance, security, safety and weather systems
- IOSA — IATA Safety Audits
- Airline accommodations for fleet growth or changes
- ATC training
- Major airports, Reliever Airports, General Aviation Airports
- Cargo Operations — Critical Infrastructure Requirements, Security, Safety Systems, Internal & External Requirements
- Security — procedures & equipment, analysis & risk mitigation, security incident reporting systems, commercial air-carrier security risk management: hazard identification, remedial actions, continuous monitoring, and continuous improvement
- Meteorological & Sensor Systems
- Communication and Surveillance
Airport expansion / redesign: XCELAR principals have been core participants in the planning and analysis of many major airport upgrades and redesigns, including ORD, DEN, MSP, SFO, LAX, SEA, and many others.
Airport In-Pavement Sensor Systems: XCELAR principals implemented and maintained pavement sensor systems at multiple US airports, including; system design, sensor siting, airspace and logistics considerations, installation, integration into airport operational procedures and on-going maintenance.
Weather Systems: XCELAR principals were directly involved in the analysis, design, project management, siting, purchase, mobilization, installation and on-going management of multi-airport weather systems located in state wide networks. Modernization and consolidation of existing equipment, some near obsolescence, was coupled with new systems and services. Included the proprietary design and implementation of communication network linking the weather systems to the US National Airspace Interchange Network (NADIN).
Weather Supported Decision Making (WSDM): Managed the transfer of technology from the National Center for Atmospheric Research to commercial deployment. Completed the beta design and fielded the first commercial system at KMSP. Integrated technologies from multiple sensor and system manufacturers with metrological graphic providers in end user display system.