EVS Aviation: Positioned for industry evolution

The aviation industry is up and flying again as Envirosuite continues to compete strongly and win.


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The Aviation industry is up and flying again, and Envirosuite global market leadership position sees the company well-placed to deliver on the industry’s evolving needs. Airports are resurrecting pre-pandemic projects and initiating new plans to reduce their environmental footprint while optimising operations.

The company’s strong market leadership position has seen it selected to work on exciting and innovative initiatives. This includes an extension of Envirosuite’s work as part of a consortium with NASA to bring supersonic travel back to the skies, and work with Skyports Infrastructure, a first mover in the urban air mobility space, to provide a noise management solution for their vertiports testbed in France. 

Expanding horizons and renewing agreements with vital aviation partners

Envirosuite continues to compete strongly and win. The company signed 16 new airports during the year, including a 10-year deal with Egyptian Airports Company to provide noise, carbon emission modelling, and air quality management solution for five new airports as well as signing two new airports in Abu Dhabi. The Middle East and Africa are relatively unpenetrated markets for the company, and so Envirosuite has leveraged existing relationships with established local partners to ensure our customers receive the value and support needed and to minimise potential risk to Envirosuite in those markets.   

These exciting customer wins were joined by further securing multi-year renewal agreements with several key strategic commercial aviation customers, such as Aena in Spain, Manchester Airports Group in the UK and ANA Aeroportos de Portugal, often accomplished through rigorous competitive tender processes – a total of 20 airports renewed across these three valued customers. 

Successful cross-selling and innovative airspace redesign 

An innovative new application of the EVS Aviation portfolio was signed and is now being delivered to a leading Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP),  where Envirosuite is working alongside the customer’s team to redesign the airspace surrounding their major airports nationwide. By leveraging Envirosuite’s existing solutions in flight path tracking, on-ground tracking, and carbon emissions modelling technology, the ANSP can make changes to where and how planes fly, to decide what impact that has on carbon emissions and the associated carbon footprint, across the country. 

Excitingly, FY23 has seen the company cross-sell its EVS Industrial air quality management solution to six airports this year – Biggin Hill Airport in the UK and five new airport sites in Egypt. Oncethese early implementations are validated, Envirosuite will look to market this EVS Industrial solution to other aviation customers globally. 

More updates on EVS Aviation from our CEO 

On Tuesday, 22 August 2023, we hosted a presentation of our FY23 results. Watch the video below as CEO Jason Cooper takes us through more updates about EVS Aviation product suite in his presentation. 

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