Summit Computer Technology LLC successfully completed and delivered the project of Supply and Installation of two sets of Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar, and Implementation of its Construction and Infrastructure facility project issued by the Ministry of Roads and Transportation in 2014.
The project aimed to install two sets of Surveillance Radars at Bumbugur soum of Bayankhongor province and Saikhandulaan soum of Dornogobi province cooperating with Indra Sistemas Company of Spain.
Indra is one of the main IT Systems companies in the world, with sales of 3,000 M€ and 500 M € invested in R&D in three years. The company has more than 42,000 employees worldwide, focusing on developing innovative solutions that meet the needs of the most demanding clients. Indra has a full extensive experience of more than thirty years in provision of turnkey radar solutions, both for secondary and primary radars, either standing-alone or co-mounted.
With the help of this project, Mongolia intended to reduce radar separation standards between aircraft. Reducing aircraft separation requirements in a safe manner will allow the Mongolian CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) to more rapidly increase their air traffic flows, with economic benefits across the country and the region. Historically, radars had been installed previously in five other locations including Murun, Tuv, Khentii, Sukhbaatar and Umnu-Gobi provinces of Mongolia.
The project included infrastructure works such as 300 sq.m2 construction work, 2.4 km long two-way gravel road, and 4 km long 15 kW small power plant beside Radar work.