Tampa launches Casper Flight Tracking, Noise Monitoring and Complaint Management

On October 1, Tampa International Airport (TPA) started operating their full suite Casper solution. Customized to the specific needs of the airport, the Hillsborough Count Aviation Authority and airport operational staff, now use the fully integrated system for Flight Tracking, Noise Monitoring, and Complaint Management.

The public part of the Tampa system includes the fully web based Casper Flight Tracker, available on personal computers, as well as on phones and tablets. Noise concerns can be entered using the webform, that automatically populates the Complaint Management database.

With the system the airport also acquired two Casper mobile, solar powered Noise Monitoring Terminals. This offers the flexibility to monitor aircraft noise events locally, for a determined period of time. Data processing and visualization is no different from fixed monitors, both in Casper Noise, as on the public Flight Tracker website.

“Casper has provided us with a state-of-the-art system. We very much appreciate how much all parts of the system are intuitive and easy to use. This supports our responsiveness to the public around the airport. And the company showed much dedication in customizing it to our needs and standards.”, said Adam Bouchard, Airport Operations Manager at Tampa International Airport.

Next to Tampa International, the system serves three smaller airports as well: Tampa Executive Airport, Peter O. Knight Airport, and Plant City Airport. Depending on the settings selected by an individual user, Casper Noise provides the data and functionality on any of these airports.

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