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Asset Tracking & Incursion Management System

ATIMS™ – The Asset Tracking and Incursion Management System is a GPS/GIS based tool that uses a high-quality airfield moving map display as a backdrop to enable situational awareness improvements for airfield operators.  With built in Runway Incursion Warning System (RIWS) logic, ATIMS™ assists vehicle operators to navigate the airfield safely.  The system also allows for the viewing of airfield vehicle activity, both in real-time and historically, right from the Airfield Manager’s desktop interface.

Airfield Asset Tracking

Delivering Alerts

  • A proximity alarm alerts vehicle operators to approaching critical points on the airfield so that action may be taken before an incursion or incident occurs

  • Geo-Fencing Integration is customizable for all airfield zones

  • Delivering alerts for Hold Line Markings, ILS Critical Areas, Runway Safety Areas and “hotspots”, with both standard and non- standard dimensions, and other areas as required

  • User defined “No Go Zones”

  • Command & Control Server can be hosted internally or on a Team Eagle hosted cloud server

ATIMS™ is Compliant with FAA Advisory Circular 150/5210-25 “Performance Specifications for Airport Vehicle RIWS”

 Note: ATIMS™ LITE units are not compliant as they do not have a screen.

ATIMS™ LITE is a compact unit that sits on a vehicle dashboard within the driver’s eyesight and provides simple audio message and indicator flashing light alerts based on the vehicle position relative to the airfield runways, taxiways, and other alert zones created by you.

This unit is perfect for airports who want to ensure visitors / contractors adhere to safety regulations.

ATIMS™ LITE also comes with separate power supply unit that can either be plugged into a cigarette lighter socket in the vehicle, or hard wired to an ignition switched vehicle +12 Vdc power source. The power cord from the power supply unit to the unit is long enough that a user can place the power supply anywhere in the vehicle that is out of their way.

Airfield ATIMS
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