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Systems Interface to supply Six En-Route DME’s to Tajikistan.

07 November 2017

Systems Interface, based in the UK, has been awarded the contract to provide six En-Route DMEs (Distance Measuring Equipment) at various locations in the Republic of Tajikistan for the State Unitary Enterprise ‘Tajikairnavigation’.

Systems Interface will be responsible for the supply, installation (including all civil works) and commissioning of all six Dual High Power, 1000w DMEs and Antennas and will also provide factory training for Tajikairnavigation personnel in the United States.

Installation will begin April 2018. The DMEs will be installed at Dushanbe, Khujand, Uroteppa, Shar Shar, Kurgan and Kulob. A complete centralised remote control and monitoring system will be installed at Dushanbe ACC.

About SUE ‘Tajikairnavigation’.

State Unitary Enterprise "Tajikairnavigation" (SUE "TAN") was established in 2009 and is a provider of air navigation services of the Republic of Tajikistan. . SUE "TAN" provides Air Traffic Management, Communication, Navigation and Surveillance and Aeronautical Communications and Aviation Meteorological services.

About Systems Interface

A leading project based aviation systems integrator with many years specialist experience delivering turnkey projects to civil and defence airports and Civil Aviation Authorities worldwide.

Systems Interface manages complex logistical and technical requirements, sourcing and supplying fully integrated bespoke ATC systems, navigational aids and airfield lighting, designed, installed and commissioned to exacting requirements.

Services include system design, upgrading existing Air Traffic Control Systems, completely new turnkey installations, safety cases, training and maintenance and civil works.

A dynamic project based organisation with a proven track record for delivering complex projects on time and in budget.

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