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The Wildlife Management System (WMS©) is a software that allows logging, analysis and geolocation of wildlife management activities on airport grounds in addition to providing a framework for designing reports of these activities.




  • Portable, based on iPad and computer
  • User-friendly and intuitive interface
  • Remote data storage and access
  • Allows geolocation
  • Allows communication between users
  • Customizable
  • Automatic generation of wildlife reports





Wildlife patrols and emergency calls

  • Keeps track of wildlife control officers
  • Uses Interactive Maps to display their positions
  • Records information and keeps detailed statistics about calls, strike interventions during each patrol
  • Geolocate each patrol route, interventions, calls, strikes, etc. on the field
  • Collects information on strikes in a manner similar to CADORS (Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System)
  • Implements Safety Management System (SMS)

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Airfield Management System (AMS©) is a software developed for entering, registering and consigning all activities related to winter airport runway management. Directly connected to SNOWIZ from NavCanada, AMS© will instantly publish SNOWTAM (NOTAMJ) from data received via a tablet.



Producing and sending SNOWTAMs has never been so simple or efficient. AMS© will allow you to focus on operations thanks to its user-friendly, reliable and solid interface with touch-screen. An interactive map identifying previous RSCs (Runway Surface Condition) of each runway is updated in real-time, and multiple SNOWTAMs can be created simultaneously.

  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface
  • Connected to NavCanada SNOWIZ web services
  • Field application using iPad© tablet
  • Automatic mapping and data navigation
  • Integrated user manual
  • Multiple-user functionality
  • Interactive runway mapping
  • Secured connection





Brief Training
  • Having completely integrated itself with the SNOWiz system, the AMS© training is brief as all the codes, abbreviations and terminology remain the same.
Simplified Data Entry
  • The administration interface contains a list of common and/or site-specific contaminants that will allow for quick identification and data entry in the field
  • Automatic comment entry for most often utilized terms for quick data input.



Wildlife Risk Assessment Software

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Allows to spatially visualise  the wildlife hazard risk

Computer Program
  • User-friendly and intuitive interface
  • Computes geospatially bird strike risks
  • Allows display and modification land-use around an airfield
  • Computes bird strike risk according to an Safety Management System (SMS) scale including probability, severity and exposure
  • Generates easy interpreted risk map according to a color code associated with risk
  • Allows displaying of several base maps (ex.: land-use, orthophotos, topographic information, etc.)
Flight Planning
  • Quickly identifies the bird strike hazard for a specific location and period of time
  • Allows the delimitation of training areas
Wildlife Management
  • Highlights wildlife or species activity hotspots and helps to focus efforts in terms of wildlife management
  • Allows to see wildlife activity hotspots not only at the scale of the airport, but also at the scale of the bird hazard zone
  • Allows to see wildlife activity hotspots according to wildlife species which represent a risk to an airport, year, seasons and aircraft type


Land-Uses Planning
  • Models effects of potential land-use modifications on wildlife hazards
  • Helps to identify the best location for new infrastructure/land-use





 Quantifies risk on an airport as a function of wildlife and aircraft

Web – based and Free

One of the most relevant uses of SMS is in the analysis of risks. The evaluation is made on a per-scenario basis, individually analyzing each strike scenario involving hazardous components with an inherent danger to operations. For example, a wildlife management plan would take into account wildlife, aircraft type and number of movements for the aircraft. The result of a SMS evaluation indicates the level of risk for a specific scenario.

The risk index is based on a combination of the probability and the severity of a scenario.

FES has developed a semi-quantitative method based on a series of variables such as frequency of wildlife observations, hazardous wildlife behaviours, aircraft type, number of movements, etc. This method allows for a more precise evaluation of the risk index, improving the reliability of the results.

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  • Integrates all Airport Bird-Hazard Risk Assessment Process elements and those of Safety Management Systems (SMS)
  • Assesses the strike risk on an airport as a function of wildlife and aircraft
  • Allows the analysis and understanding of hazards caused by the presence of wildlife
  • Analysis made on a per-scenario basis
  • Easy to use with your own data

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