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Installations Around the World
Airport systems monitoring and control equipment and software, designed and manufactured by Stonefield Systems Ltd, are in use at some of the harshest locations around the world in the most extreme of environments, from Africa to Antarctica including:

2005 - Radar and airport system monitoring for the new tower at Edinburgh Airport

2002 - Comprehensive integrated airport monitoring and control system Addis Ababa International Airport, Ethiopia (meteorological data, ATIS, AGL control and monitoring, monitoring of navaid, power, communications and fire alarm systems)

2001 - Liverpool John Lennon and London Biggin Hill Airports , UK (flight movements database, meteorological data and AFTN systems).

1996-1999 Navaid monitoring at AFB Waterkloof (South Africa), Knock Airport (Eire), Ashgabat Airport (Turkmenistan), and Šiaulia Airport (Lithuania) among others.

 
1992-2000 - Cambridge, Isle of Man and London Manston Airports, UK (flight movements database, meteorological data and AFTN systems) Glasgow Airport, UK (radar monitoring and control system) Highlands & Islands Airports, UK (navaid & communications equipment monitoring, meteorological data and AFTN systems at 5 airports)

1989-1993 & 1997-1999 - UK CAA/NATS, NARIC (navaid monitoring at over 75 sites) with extension for New En-route Centre.

Rest of the World
Botswana, Brazil, Chile, Eire, Estonia, Ghana, Grenada, Iran, Jamaica, Kosovo, Korea, Lithuania, Malaysia, Norway, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, Turks & Caicos Islands.

UK
Biggin Hill, Cambridge, Exeter & Devon, Glasgow, Hawarden, Highlands and Islands, Inverness, Isle of Man, Manston, London City, Leeds/Bradford, Plymouth, Shoreham, Southampton.
 
 
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