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CEO Neset Tükenmez on a delegation trip with the German Federal President

Neset Tükenmez, CEO of Aerodata AG, accompanied the German Federal President on his delegation trip to Tanzania and Zambia last week.

The tour began in Daressalam and led via Lusaka and Livingstone. In both countries, the delegation met the Tanzanian President, the Zambian President and other politicians as well as representatives of local businesses and organizations. They also had the opportunity to engage in discussions with civil society.

"Africa is growing and changing rapidly. The high demand for infrastructure, digitalization and a young middle class with a focus on sustainability offers great potential for German companies. Despite many major challenges, Africa could become the biggest growth region in the coming decades. Until then, there is still a lot to do and we at Aerodata are ready to accompany the country on its way to a better and safer future," says Neset Tükenmez.

Aerodata has long maintained business relations with Africa. For example, ASECNA, the aviation safety agency for Africa and Madagascar, uses a flight inspection aircraft equipped with AeroFIS®. ASECNA controls and monitors the air traffic of 18 African member states in six flight information regions with a total area of 16.1 million square kilometers. Flight inspection involves the regular testing and calibration of navigation aids, which are essential for the safe take-off and landing of aircraft. Consequently, precise and efficient flight inspection makes an important contribution to the safety of international aviation.

Aerodata's mission management system AeroMission®, which offers an integrated solution for sensor operation, sensor data acquisition and sensor fusion, is also used in Africa. Special aircraft equipped with the system are used for airborne reconnaissance and surveillance of sea and border areas, maritime environmental monitoring and sea rescue.