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Intelcan has completed hundreds of projects since its establishment in 1973. As a product manufacturer and system integrator, the company has seamlessly incorporated its own systems and the best available third-party equipment for various CNS/ATM projects worldwide.

Intelcan is a qualified prime contractor for airport construction and design-build projects such as aviation traffic models, airport layouts, passenger terminals, control towers, hangars, warehouses and commercial buildings. Intelcan’s architects, structural engineers and design-build experts analyzea customer’s requirements and provide a complete building solution, from the foundation to interior finishing and specialized building systems.

Project integration testing and factory acceptance procedures are performed at Intelcan’s Canadian facility with the aid of its fully operational Monopulse Secondary Surveillance radar (MSSR).


Dong Gwang, Jeju Island, South Korea Havana International Airport, Cuba (Terminal 3)
Dong Gwang, Jeju Island, South Korea Havana International Airport, Cuba (Terminal 3)
Installation and commissioning of Mode S Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR). New International Airport Terminal.
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The following are examples of Intelcan’s most recent projects:

Jamaica - Norman Manley and Sangster International Airports Air Traffic Control Towers Jamaica - Norman Manley and Sangster International Airports Air Traffic Control Towers: Intelcan is designing and constructing two new control towers and supply its own CNS/ATM equipment. Constructed in two phases, the Sangster tower will be completed first, followed by the Norman Manley tower.
New Quito International Airport New Quito International Airport – As a subcontractor to AECON AG, Intelcan will supply and integrate VHF/HF communication systems, Voice Communication Switching System, Automated Message Handling (AMHS) systems, mobile communication, DME, DVOR and ILS navigation systems, meteorology equipment, in addition to installation, training and maintenance services.
Korea MSSR Mode S and ATM Korea MSSR Mode S and ATM – Intelcan will be supplying and installing an MSSR Mode S and ATM system for the Gimhae International Airport, Korea. The full solution will include Intelcan’s SKYSURV MSSR, SKYCONTROL ATM, a complete VCCS system, consoles and relocation of existing equipment.
Guyana CNS/ATM Guyana CNS/ATM – – Intelcan is upgrading the navigation and communication systems at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri. The new equipment will include an Air Traffic Management (ATM) System, Instrument Landing System (ILS), Automatic Message Handling System (AMHS) and high-powered Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) and Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS).
Suriname Air Navigation System Upgrade Suriname Air Navigation System Upgrade – Intelcan is upgrading the Air Navigation System at J.A. Pengel International Airport, Suriname.  This project will consist of: a primary surveillance and, secondary surveillance radar (PSR/MSSR), VHF air to ground communication equipment, AMHS, AWOS, VCSS, ATM software and simulation consoles.
Roberts FIR – ADS-B Roberts FIR – ADS-B - Intelcan is providing four Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) stations for Roberts FIR which consists of West Africa’s Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. These ADS-B systems accompany an option for an additional ground station and redundant data processing unit, including a VSAT station for communication to the central station.
Bulgarian Ministry of Defence Bulgarian Ministry of Defence - Intelcan completed the modernization of two major military airports: Graf Ignatievo and Krumovo. These CNS/ATM projects comprised of the supply an integration of Intelcan’s ATM systems (including multi-radar data processing system, flight data processing system), an instrument landing system (ILS), as well as VHF omni-directional radio range (VOR), non-directional beacons (NDB) and TACAN. A comprehensive communications package with ICAO and NATO STANAG compliant VHF/UHF/HF radios were installed at each airport, interconnected with the (VCCS).