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Airspace Coordination Center Modernization

Project Type

Project New


The project will improve the Airspace Coordination Center capability by modernizing, replacing or augmenting elements of the existing systems to improve integration into the Military and Civilian Airspace Control Systems.


The project will replace the current vehicle platforms with an upgraded Light Armoured Vehicle configuration and introduce a baseline shelter variant for flexibility of deployment. The project will modernize the existing sensor fusion computer suite and data link radios to provide improved joint network interoperability. This improved network communication will increase voice and data capabilities linked into a broader range of Canadian Armed Force and allied platforms for both domestic and international operations. The project will also introduce a training simulation capability.

Several contracts were awarded to satisfy the project requirements.

Funding Range

$20 million to $49 million

Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)

Options Analysis Phase
Definition Phase
Implementation Phase
Initial Delivery
Final Delivery

Defence Capability Areas

Defence Capability Investment Areas

Key Industrial Capabilities

To be determined.

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