Lanthan Safe Sky Ltd. was founded as a joint venture between the three companies AIR Avionics, RECASE and Lanthan in 2020. The three companies started working together on transponder-based ADLS systems many years ago, with a mission to create a safe, market-mature, cost-effective and sustainable detection technology.
We worked hard for a long time to create acceptance for our young technology on many levels, politically, at association level and by other stakeholders - with success, as a broad consensus has been achieved as new legal regulations in countries such as Germany, but also at ICAO, the highest-ranking international civil aviation organization worldwide, allow the use of our transponder technology which is based on the sole reception of data already being emitted by aircraft.
Together, we founded Lanthan Safe Sky Ltd. in order to be able to serve our customers with the entire expertise of the three companies involved.
Lanthan is a manufacturer of aviation obstacle lighting. Lanthan GmbH & Co. KG in Bremen and the associated company TWE GmbH in Gefrees develop and manufacture obstacle and hazard beacons. Since 2002, more than 75.000 hazard beacons, installed on all seven continents, have been used to safely identify obstacles to aviaton.
AIR Avionics is a certified manufacturer of avionic systems. Aviation safety is the driving force behind every action in the company. In the field of aviation traffic detection, Air Avionics is a market leader. Over the past couple of years, more than 15.000 detection systems have been produced, which make an important contribution to safe flight operations worldwide every day.
RECASE is a North German engineering company with extensive expertise and experience in the field of project management and in the on- and offshore wind industry. The team consists of project engineers and managers with manufacturing experience and has a broad portfolio of international customers in Europe and overseas.
Manager for sales projects.
Expert for avionics and development of safety-critical and certified software. Pilot. CTO Air Avionics.
Project engineer, expert for ADLS. Contact and speaker at many events a year.
Expert in aviation, strategic product marketing and regulatory bodies. Pilot. COO Air Avionics.
Project manager with decades of experience in the wind energy branch in both the manufacturing and operator fields.
Commercial contact for sales and distribution enquiries.
Experienced in export formalities and order processing. Responsible for invoicing.
Project Lead for ADLS projects across Germany.
Experienced Office Manager Accounting.
Production and QM expert. Decades of aviation experience. Pilot and flight instructor. CEO AIR Avionics.
Project engineer and technical contact for wind energy and ADLS projects.
Co-inventor and long-time supporter of transponder-based ADLS. Rooted in wind energy. CEO Lanthan.
Many years of experience as an expert, project leader and manager in wind energy, pilot and flight instructor, experience abroad.
Organisation of the day-to-day business for Lanthan Safe Sky. Experienced in commercial project management.
Project engineer for ADLS projects, with a focus on interfaces for beaconing systems.
Experienced and competent contact for our clients.
Project engineer for specialized ADLS offshore applications.
Competent and friendly contact for internal accounting and administrative duties.
Contact person for key accounts, customer relations, and sales projects.
Marketing and Public Relations Manager at Lanthan Safe Sky.
Physicist. Develops and administers components for the Lanthan Safe Sky Server infrastructure.
International renowned expert for transponder technology and detection. Pilot. Shareholder AIR Avionics.
Project Engineer for large scale ADLS system planning and customer specific documentation.
Competent contact for sales enquiries.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director Lanthan Safe Sky.
Planning ADLS installations
Administration clients and server systems
Expert operative service and technical support
Competent contact for sales enquiries.