UNO Technology, a leading engineering solutions company specializing in high-vision air traffic control cabins and towers, is set to bring cutting-edge technology to Noida International Airport’s ATC cabin construction. This technology aims to address critical issues such as limited visibility, obsolete equipment, and elevated levels of fatigue among air traffic controllers, which negatively impact operational efficiency and safety standards, as per International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards.

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
For construction of the groundbreaking High Vision Air Traffic Control Room for the new Air Traffic Control Tower at the upcoming Jewar Airport, the company is implementing a first-of-its-kind innovative framing system without mullions for glazing in the Visual Control Room (VCR). The ATC cabin will boast an obstruction-free vision for air traffic controllers, which will enhance operational efficiency and safety at airports.

Said Unni Bhaskar, MD, UNO Technology, “We take pride in contributing to the growth of the Indian aviation industry on a global scale. This project is a step towards our vision for a safer and more efficient future in aviation using advanced features that are setting a new benchmark for air traffic control infrastructure in India and which align with global aviation standards.”

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
The Noida International Airport project, owned by Zurich Airports Group and executed by TATA Projects Limited, is set to become the fourth largest globally, and the largest in India.

UNO Technology has constructed over 30 Airport Control Towers and High Vision Cabins across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA Region). The company is recognized for its patented technology COUNTACH High Vision Control Cabins which offer an exceptional 340-degree obstruction-free vision. Condensation-free heated glazing system without mullions, offering obstruction free vision for the Air Traffic Controllers is unique to UNO Technology and has been tried and tested in many projects in the Middle East.