Ottawa’s Searidge Technologies will set its software to use at Heathrow Airport in hopes of improving runway visibility for traffic controllers at one of the world’s busiest travel hubs
AI technology could help the air traffic controller predict aircraft patterns and determine when to alert their supervisor of a situation.
When the firm landed it’s first customer – an airport in Abu Dhabi – Searidge was just six people in a Gatineau basement office, and none had ever stepped foot in the United Arab Emirates.
An Ottawa firm that makes video technology used at airports around the world has landed a major investment from a British company.
There’s a technological movement happening in one niche of the world’s aerospace industry, and a small Ottawa company has been a guiding part of the liftoff.
Searidge Technologies has announced a strategic partnership with the Ottawa International Airport Authority that will see the local company’s video platform and integration services used to create