Communications
Communications

Communication systems are the core of Air Traffic Control, and is the most important subject domain of air traffic control engineering

Learn more about the different communications systems here

navigation
navigation

Navigational systems provide enroute and airport approach guidance to aircraft ensuring safe and efficient navigation during each flight

Learn more about the different navigational systems
here

surveillance
surveillance

Surveillance systems are the eyes of the skies when it comes to Air Traffic Control allowing the position of all aircraft to be monitored and safely separated

Learn more about the different surveillance systems
here

meteorology
meteorology

Meteorological systems provide Air Traffic Control and pilots with weather data, contributing to safe planning and decision making throughout a flight

Learn more about the different meteorological systems here

data processing
data processing

Data processing is becoming more and more important with the advancing of new technologies that improve the service that Air Traffic Control provides

Learn more about the different data processing systems here

general info
general info

In the general information section, you can find out all about air traffic control engineering and how it relates to air traffic control, pilots and aviation

Learn all about the role of air traffic control engineering here