First Anniversary

Airport Traffic Monitoring System

New exhibition. New place

A new exhibition Airspace World 2023 by CANSO, was held in March 2023 in Geneva.

The event brought together representatives from the world of manned and unmanned aviation to demonstrate technology and services.

ANSART B.V. was rather excited to showcase its solutions and meet guests, customers, partners and associates.

Our team was lucky to meet great people and establish new relationships. We are looking forward to a productive collaboration.

Overall, the event was full of new experiences, interesting meetings and engaging conversations. 


A new product was prepared for a demonstration 

a portable ATC (the ADS-B Deployable):

A live demonstration of the POC “Airport Traffic Monitoring Systemat Maastricht Airport was performed:

A-SMGCS with electronic strips was shown:

The A-SMGCS was presented in two locations – at our stand and at the stand of our partner from Slovakia, iBross:

A web version of ATIS was presented at our booth:

An excellent ergonomic console by our partner Knürr Control Room Infrastructure c/o Vertiv Integrated Systems GmbH helped us to showcase our systems in the best possible way:


 Сomfort was sponsored by another German partner Svenstoel:

Safe and comfortable 24/7 chair with embroidered logo:


Our great team:


Airspace World 2023



Ansart B.V. welcomes you to Airspace World 2023 from 8 to 10 March at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland.

It is a huge airspace and near-space management three-day event, that will bring together ANSPs, suppliers, ATM professionals, innovators and new technology owners for a rich programme of learning, networking, collaboration, experience sharing and doing business.

We invite you to our stand J33, where you can discover our latest solutions for the ATM industry. You will be able to:

  • View product presentations
  • Get products digital material
  • Get a live demo of our solutions

To arrange a meeting with our team during the exhibition please send an e-mail to 

We look forward to meeting you!



“Previously confined to classroom teaching and learning on the job,  air traffic control training is becoming more accessible and  flexible thanks to new technology and work habits”

by Jennifer Beechener reports, @RegionalGateway




Air traffic control (ATC) is transforming how it teaches and maintains the specialised skills needed to manage air traffic safely. Several factors lie behind the changes. Plainly, the pandemic has led to a universal shift to online and remote services across multiple industries. However, until very recently, the high definition, precision graphics capabilities necessary to generate air traffic control scenarios limited the industry’s ability to recreate scenarios via web-based services accurately. Now improved computer processing power, coupled with technology sourced from the gaming sector, is enabling the first cloud-based AlC training services to be delivered and embraced by a new generation of computer-literate trainees.



Another innovative development by Dutch company ANSART introduces Product-as-a-Service to help customers looking to minimise initial investment costs when shouldering the up-front financial hit of installing an ATC simulator. The company’s 3D display visualisation supports combined tower and radar training with fully integrated hardware-or software-based voice communications and built-in record and playback capabilities. The basic package comes with ready-to-use training exercises, or ANSART can customise the software. ANSART Marketing Manager, Kate Arlouskaya, says: “The customer pays in small instalments and can stop at any time. It can run on a customer’s hardware or we can supply this in addition to maintaining, servicing and upgrading as needed.”

The company’s tower simulator operates in Lithuania, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, in addition to larger installations at European training academies. After several years of supplying ATC equipment to prime contractors, ANSART began marketing under its own name in 2018, backed by a strong software development team in its Polish production facilities. “We set out to match client expectations from the outset and implement our projects on a turnkey basis,” says Arlouskaya.

ANSART ATC Simulator  during the World ATM Congress 2022

Product-as-a-Service concept can be applied to almost any of ANSART products.

Read the full article here.



Apron management achieved in a SAFE and ORDERLY WAY

“Airpot apron management can be improved
in several ways with the use of the latest
ADS-B technology  combined with data analysis tools.”
– Serge Miranovich, ANSART CEO

The flight starts at the parking area of the departure airport and ends at the same place at the destination airport. Airport operators and ANSPs provide flight management during operations in their area of responsibility. They also collaborate in managing the ground traffic that occurs in the airfield, which is defined by ICAO as “the part of an aerodrome to be used for the take-off, landing and taxiing of aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the apron”.

ANSPs are responsible for surface operations and air traffic controllers manage clearness, instructions and collision prevention in a non-A-SMGCS (Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System) environments. They also manage separation between aircraft, and aircraft and vehicles in A-SMGCS environments.

The apron area is the responsibility of the airport operator, and apron traffic management requires the regulation of the activities and movement of aircraft, vehicles and personnel in this area.

This is called apron management services (AMS).

Does the apron management service need automation?

Apron management services vary at different airports, which have apron areas with different configurations and with different techniques used for operations. This is one reason why it is a challenge to provide AMS. Often, the limited visibility of the apron prevents determining the exact location of the aircraft, the situation in blind spots and parking areas.

All these aspects affect situational awareness and monitoring, making it impossible to predict and evaluate the situation correctly.

The airport operator assumes the AMS. It is responsible for movement regulation to prevent collisions between aircraft, between aircraft and obstacles, coordination of entry and exit aircraft to an apron area with the ANSP Tower Control and safe movement of vehicles and coordination of other activities.

To provide all of these services, the airport operator needs an automated system to improve ground traffic situational awareness, reduce the number of incidents, and set up proper apron management.

The solution

After many years of working with ADS-B technology, ANSART has developed an efficient and effective platform called the “Airport Ground Movement Display System” (AGMDS). The system enables the creation of a solution that automates processes related to apron management services and can meet specific customer needs while collecting data about events for analysis.

The platform’s concept is based on the tools, but not functions available to the customer. For example, instead of developing a list of predefined events, ANSART has developed a tool to describe them. Following up on our customer care philosophy, we have built the solution based on COTS hardware and developed web applications offered as SaaS (Software as a Service).

ANSART’s AGMDS solution can work as a fully independent standalone system and as an extension for airport operators to their existing A-SMGCS system. It makes AGMDS attractive for airport operators who are willing to automate AMS and improve ground traffic situation awareness. It is also suitable for air ANSPs willing to extend existing A-SMGCS with portable devices.

Data analysis

Data analysis is a crucial process in decision making and forecasting when safety depends on it. By bringing high quality data to the right people, additional insights can be gained, and operations improved.

ANSART’s AGMDS collects all processed data and stores it in standard formats such as .xls or .csv, making it available for analysis, to calculate any necessary KPIs, to increase the speed of the problem identification, and to build efficient decision making.

Benefits of the AGMDS platform

AGMDS is a forward-looking solution for the digital transformation of business processes. It improves customers’ operational, technical, administrative and financial aspects. The platform helps to increase efficiency and productivity, improves resource management, build resiliency and agility, develops innovations, creativity and collaboration, expanding transparency and visibility.

On top of that, the SaaS solution enables the optimization of investments by cost migration from CAPEX to OPEX. ANSART’s AGMDS and other products can be seen in our showroom or demonstrated online.



AGMDS architecture


The article is available in Air traffic Technology International magazine

ELTA: Eerste Luchtvaart Tentoonstelling Amsterdam

Today is an important date for aviation and the Netherlands’ history.

Exactly 103 years ago, the first air transport exhibition ELTA was held in North Amsterdam.

The ELTA (Eerste Luchtvaart Tentoonstelling Amsterdam) was officially opened by Queen Wilhelmina on 1 August 1919 and lasted six weeks.

A total of 51 aircraft were on display, as well as several seaplanes and zeppelins.

In addition to aeroplanes, many aviation-related companies were present: many stands displaying construction, photography, maps, tools, meteorology, clothing, the army and navy, etc.

Aviation at the time was exciting, relatively new and exclusive, so some 545,000 people came to enjoy it.

ELTA made a big impression on the general public with the flight demonstrations and the luna park.

Not everyone went to the exhibition, but instead went into the unbuilt areas around the site and watched the many flight demonstrations that were given for free.

If you paid 40 guilders, you could take a flight over Amsterdam, which 3,265 people did (40 guilders from the year 1919 have a “purchasing power” of approximately 585 € today).   

1919 was a remarkable year, as the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines was also officially established in October.


Ansart B.V. is constantly seeking new approaches and ideas.

We aim to contribute to aviation history by providing the latest technology, the most intelligent solutions and the best products.

ANSART provides solutions for:

  • ATC automation (from a simple stand-alone configuration to a specially tailored ATM system that delivers the whole scope of air traffic service units: Ground, Tower, Approach, ACC).
  • ADS-B-based surveillance for aircraft and vehicles.
  • ATCO & Unit Management (including rostering, notifications, statistics & forecast, tracking of changes and etc.)
  • Aviation communications  (ACARS, AMHS web terminal, VCCS).
  • ATCO training with combined Radar & 3D Tower Simulators.



Queen Wilhelmina performs the opening of the ELTA:

Photos: SAA


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Two weeks have already flown by like one day since the end of the exhibition. What ANSART  would like to say? Our team is grateful for such a well-run organization, and for the opportunity to take part in this event.

“Breaking through “
“Full of amazing people “
“Unexpectedly busy, but efficient”
“It was much better, than the last time”
“Very productive”
“Great experience”
This is the Ansart B.V. team’s feedback on the event.

We know for sure – we won’t forget this event, as it brought the team together, identified strengths and weaknesses, new possibilities for further collaboration, opened up many doors and opportunities.

Where do we meet next time in Washington, Switzerland, or both?


You can see some photos from the event below.

Our GREAT team:

ATC Simulator that attracted visitors:

ADS-B & Airport Ground Movement Display System:

Proper APRON management with the help of ANSART AGMDS system including  Transponder & ADS-B Receiver:

ANSART booth attracted attention:

Other exhibitors with our CEO:

Ethiopian CAA at ANSART booth:

ANSART booth:

Our team members:

The discussion:


Product-as-a-Service in Air Traffic Management

Product-as-a-Service in Air Traffic Management



The Covid-19 pandemic forces us to modify existing business models and find new ways to survive, grow, and stay competitive in the current economic situation. One of the ways is a Product-as-a-Service concept that will be presented in this article.


The pandemic has changed the situation…

The pandemic has led to numerous social and technological changes. Remote ways of work and training, e-commerce, etc. are becoming a normal practice. A current business trend followed by many companies, from start-ups to large multinational corporations, is the re-launch of existing business approaches in pursuit of corporate sustainability and customer satisfaction. In this context, the PaaS concept is receiving growing attention.


What is Product-as-a-Service?

In a nutshell, Product-as-a-Service (PaaS), also known as Product-Service Systems (PSS), is a combination of products and services. It implies that a manufacturer continues owning a product, while a customer subscribes to using the product instead of buying it.


PaaS is not a new business concept. It has been present in the market for a while and has gained traction over the past few years among companies eager to copy the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) model of subscription revenue. The last is a general, collective term that refers to delivering anything as a service. It recognizes the vast number of products, tools, and technologies that vendors now deliver to users as a service over a network (typically the internet) rather than provide locally or on-site within an enterprise.


Although the PaaS model is not so much present in the aviation domain, one of the best-known examples of an innovative commercial concept in the aviation environment was originally developed by Rolls Royce in 1962. Before the introduction of the new model, the production of engines for Rolls-Royce was only a product business: the engine became the property of the aircraft manufacturers for a high one-off price. In the new pay-per-use business model named “power-by-the-hour” flight hours were sold to the airline companies instead of the engines themselves.


Today, most industries work based on flat pricing and one-time transactions, when a manufacturer transfers ownership to a customer. From that moment, the customer is responsible for the product and its maintenance. Such a business model makes manufacturers focused mostly on sales but not on quality and continual improvement. This is the standard approach in the linear economy.


The transition from a product to an all-inclusive service makes a product to be combined with services. The PaaS business model allows customers to purchase the desired result rather than the equipment that delivers that result. Usually, PaaS is offered as a model based on a subscription, where the customer does not make a one-time payment for the whole product but pays a weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly fee. Since the ownership is not transferred, a PaaS provider is more involved in customer support and therefore is more interested in producing a better product. A product turns into an expert service.


It is always up to the customers to choose the concept that they believe to be most suitable for their needs, and therefore they need to ask themselves first: “Whether my company needs the product itself or just the benefit it brings?”.

Definitely, PaaS offers some additional benefits and, eventually, a completely different experience when the product quality, availability, and support are the key points.


PaaS and the circular economy

PaaS is a significant contributor to the circular economy.

According to the definition of the European Parliament, “The circular economy is a model of production and consumption which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible. In this way, the life cycle of products is extended.”

This economic model is completely different from the traditional linear models which are based on a “take-make-consume-throw-away” pattern. In practice, it means that if the customer does not need the product anymore, it usually ends up in the trash. But with a circular model, the product returns to the manufacturer where it can be recycled and given a new life so that waste is reduced to a minimum. Another very important thing is that by examining and studying the used product after it was returned, the manufacturer gets valuable information about it, knows how to upgrade it better, and makes it more durable and easier to maintain.


Leasing and PAAS. What’s the difference?

The Product-as-a-Service model is when the customer buys the product functionality on a temporary basis but not the product itself, and pays a portion of the product price as a subscription fee, based on the number of licenses, time of use, etc. In fact, it is very similar to renting.

Leasing works almost like PaaS but allows the customer to redeem the license after several years of monthly payments, depending on the chosen repayment plan. It’s more expensive than PaaS, yet it basically offers complete ownership as the full product price is repaid. After the term passes, the customer only pays for Support & Maintenance, having his own license.


Using the PaaS model means that you can pay for a subscription as long as you need it and terminate it without difficulties. This model also protects the customer’s investment by reducing the chance of making the wrong choice of mission-critical systems, essentially allowing the solution to be tested before investing in implementation for many years to come.


Who are the stakeholders?

A PaaS relationship typically involves an agreement between a customer who needs a product and a manufacturer who has this product and associated services. If we are talking about Air Traffic Management, customers are often Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), Air Traffic Control (ATCO) training organizations, and Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs), while manufacturers are companies involved in the design, development, and production of Air Traffic Management systems, simulators, Voice Communication Systems, etc.


What are the advantages of PaaS?

PaaS offers a number of advantages both for product manufacturers and customers. These advantages include, first of all, stability, flexibility, predictability, and support.


The PaaS business model allows for wide variations in the type of value being delivered to the customer. The readiness to provide PaaS demonstrates the business maturity and the ability of the manufacturer to make products available and tailorable to the specific customer needs.


The constantly changing economic situation and unstable market conditions greatly affect the sales figures and make it difficult to forecast sales and product ordering. Service-based products shorten the payback period and increase revenue stability and predictability. PaaS model helps to turn companies’ major long-term capital expenses (CAPEX) into operating expenses (OPEX). CAPEX costs are often paid upfront all at once while OPEX is short-term expenses, and they are paid weekly, monthly, or annually. The returns on CAPEX take a longer time to realize, for example, machinery for a new project, whereas the returns of OPEX are much shorter. If a company chooses to lease (or rent, or pay-per-use) a piece of equipment or program instead of purchasing it as a capital expenditure, the costs would be classified as an operating expense.


PaaS provides an effective tool to manage customer relationships, i.e. the process of building positive relationships with customers. Customer relationships become closer and straighter, thus allowing the manufacturer to get a clear understanding of customer requests and to quickly respond to them.


Key benefits of PaaS from the Customer’s perspective:

  • Permanent access to the product for the customer
  • Access to regular updates of always evolving product
  • Maintenance-free experience of using a product
  • Improved customer support and engagement
  • The significantly lower initial cost to start using the product
  • The transition from capital expenditures to operating expenditures
  • Flexible payment scheme/schedule to suit a particular customer
  • Easy subscription/termination terms
  • No need to take care of hardware upgrades during the product lifecycle
  • Environmentally friendly model


How PaaS works

We can talk a lot about PaaS and discuss why it is attractive for product manufacturers and customers, but after all, everyone wants to know the figures. Of course, each case is different and depends on many factors, including the initial cost of the product, the financial instruments involved, the composition of services offered by the PaaS provider, etc. Smart, flexible, and assertive companies appear to be in a better position. Along with that, such factors as the quality of the business environment in the manufacturer’s country, the stability of the financial system, and the transparency of all processes are also of great importance.

In this sense, ANSART is fortunate to be based at and supply products and services from one of the world’s most reputable countries, the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In cooperation with Dutch banks ING and ABN AMRO, we have developed a subscription package for our customers. It covers the provision of both software products and software/hardware products, with a monthly subscription price of about 1000 Euros. Our customers have access to a variety of our products such as, for example, the ATC simulator with 3D visualization (for 4-6 working positions), the basic ATC system (for 5-7 working positions), the ATIS/D-ATIS, ATS unit personnel management system, etc.


About Ansart

ANSART is a Dutch company created by an international team of CNS/ATM experts, software developers, and entrepreneurs, and all of us are convinced that the complementarity of knowledge and skills is the “winning equation”. Most of the team members worked for industry best in class market leaders and developed products and concepts. Gathering best-in-class knowledge, experience, and technology as well as an overall understanding of the ATM industry became our second nature. And that’s is why we are developing state-of-the-art products and services.

For the last 20 years, we have developed an array of products and solutions for the ATM industry. Our products and solutions offer the best price/quality ratio in the market whilst capitalizing on the latest state-of-the-art technology. We offer almost everything you need to equip your ATC unit. On the basis of scalable Air Traffic Management solution Ansart-ATC we can build an ATC system of any complexity starting with Air Situation Display to provide basic features of seamless air and ground traffic awareness ending with Ground/Tower/Approach/ACC Air Traffic Management system with embedded A-SMGCS functionality. Our ATC 3D simulator helps always keep ATC personnel trained. Apart from that, we are pleased to offer ATIS/D-ATIS, Recording and Playback system, and Voice Communication System.

A major part of our products is rolled out on the cloud and ready right now for a demo upon your request.


We are here to make state-of-the-art CNS/ATM products available to any customer”


ATCA Bulletin | Issue No.2, 2022, pages 19-21

World ATM Congress 2022 Invitation

ANSART team is excited to announce that we will be back in Madrid in June!

We welcome you to the 2022 World ATM Congress that will take place between the 21 and 23 of June.

World ATM Congress is the world’s largest international air traffic management (ATM) exhibition and conference attracting over 6,000 registrants during this recovery year.

World ATM Congress is a Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) partnership with the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA), that brings together the world’s leading product developers, experts, stakeholders, and air navigation service providers (ANSPs). Aviation thought leaders gather for three days of conference sessions, product demonstrations and launches, contract closures, educational and networking opportunities in IFEMA Madrid, Spain.

World ATM Congress delivers the context, content, and contacts that suppliers and customers need to shape the future of global airspace.

We invite you to our booth 892, where you can discover the latest solutions for the ATM industry and learn all about the latest activities of ANSART.

You will be able to:

  • See the ATC simulator in action
  • View product presentations
  • Watch a live demo of some of our solutions
  • Receive product and solutions material
  • Get a consultation


To book an appointment with our team please just fill up book-an-appointment form or send an e-mail to

Check out the working hours

Please, read the update according to the COVID-19 restrictions.

We are looking forward to meeting you at our booth! Stay in touch.

World ATM Congress. Connecting the World of ATM.