Micro Nav Limited receives Queens Award from Lord Lieutenant
23 September 2010
Micro Nav Limited, the Bournemouth based provider of air traffic control and airport simulation systems, was today presented with the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the category of International Trade. The award was presented by Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Dorset, Mrs A. Pitt-Rivers, in a reception held at the Cumberland Hotel, Bournemouth.
The Lord Lieutenant of Dorset, Mrs Anthony Pitt-Rivers & Mr Pitt-Rivers, Bournemouth West MP Conor Burns, the Worshipful The Mayor & Mayoress of Bournemouth, Councillor & Mrs Barry Goldbart and a host of local VIPs joined the Board and staff of Micro Nav Limited for a reception following the Queen's Award presentation.
Demonstrations were made of some of Micro Nav Limited products, including the 3D air traffic control simulator and the airside driver trainer.
Micro Nav Limited won the Queen's Award for Enterprise in recognition of the company's outstanding performance in exporting high technology air traffic control and airport training systems throughout the world. It is the first time that the company has won the award, following the company trebling its exports to £4.6m in the years 2006 to 2008. Micro Nav Limited's main export markets are Europe, the Middle East and Asia and account for more than 90% of its turnover.
"It is an honour for Micro Nav Limited to be presented with the Queen's Award today" said Mike Male, CEO of Micro Nav Limited. He added "It is a special occasion for all staff and we can feel proud to have such a strong and highly skilled team who have achieved the company's success."
Micro Nav Limited's BEST simulation software is used for all levels and types of ATC training, airport design, as well as evaluation and research. The BEST simulation software is continuously being developed to ensure that technological advances are exploited and the market leading capabilities of the systems are sustained.
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