New Podcast Episode: Getting Runways Ready for ICAO GRF

Ensuring safe conditions on runways is a highly responsible task. From November 4th on, the International Civil Organization launches the Global Reporting Format (GRF) will be applicable for airports all over the world. It features major points that are already covered in the TALPA that is valid for North America.

In our latest episode, we explain what will change and how airports can prepare for it. Our experts are Peter Rau, Software Developer of ViewMondo, Laura Goodfellow, Application Development Manager Road Weather & Jeff Cole, Business Development Manager Road Weather & Aviation. Tune in to learn:

  • how ICAO GRF will make runways safer
  • the structure of the new reporting format GRF
  • OTT HydroMet’s solution to support airport operators combining Lufft MARWIS mobile road sensor and ViewMondo monitoring software

Our experts are happy to answer your questions and support you to make your airport compliant with the latest regulations.

Further reading

We know that new regulations often cause confusion at first. Therefore, we compiled a landing page with a selection of valuable resources around the new ICAO GRF and TALPA regulations, technical information about our award-winning mobile sensor MARWIS, and insightful case studies. Take me there.

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