In the past several years the worldwide aviation community has began to see the “fruits” of many years’ labor and hard work of prior generations and historic leadership from pilots to policy makers. Advances in efficiency, safety and keeping harmful regulation at bay have all been achieved. The history of aviation is still only a few drops in the bucket when compared to the worlds’ long history of navigation by land and sea. Much of the aviation world is still operating the same as it did from day one. However, I believe we are at the beginning of the next stage of flight.
TTI intends to be part of the next stage and looks forward to applying our technologies and innovative entrepreneurial spirit which we hope always remains a foundation for the aviation community. New technologies will be developed and interact with navigation, safety and security systems to efficiently locate the position and identity of aircraft weather manned, unmanned, on the ground or in the air.
The TTI WASP system intends to be an integral support feature for all airports. The technology will continue to offer airports a means to account for all aircraft operations which is key for accurate billing (e.g. of airport fees) and providing total aircraft movements in support to agencies such as FAA for funding improvements or maintaining contract control towers. WASP’s aircraft management tools help identify unregistered aircraft, closure of flight plans and aid the airport in locating and identifying VFR or other aircraft.
At TTI our vision and mission are the foundation of our company. Together they serve as a roadmap for our accomplishments and a benchmark by which we measure our performance each year and gauge the future to come.
Over the next year we will participate in and closely listen to aviation stakeholder needs and seek ways to make a responsible and positive contribution in ways that make the world a better place to live, work and play. We are enthusiastic about being part of the next stage of aviation.
Dale S. Albright