Monthly Archives: March 2012

Telephonics gets DOD nod

Telephonics Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Griffon Corporation, has received confirmation from the US Department of Defense Air Traffic Control Radar System Identification Friend … More ››

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Star receives Transport Canada STC

Transport Canada has granted Star Navigation Systems Group a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) with respect to the installation of its STAR-ISMS system on the Boeing … More ››

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SYSGO, a supplier of embedded software solutions for safety and security applications, has had its DO-178B certified software-based AFDX (Avionics Full-Duplex Switched Ethernet) solution selected … More ››

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NAV CANADA extends ADS-B reach

NAV CANADA has extended its surveillance to cover a 1.3 million square kilometre portion of airspace over the North Atlantic; the busiest oceanic airspace in … More ››

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NASA launches virtual air traffic think-tank

NASA‘s Ames Research Center is to host a virtual institute to solicit and foster innovative ideas that address technological challenges facing aviation and the US … More ››

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USAF tables revised long-range radar plan

The US Air Force programme to provide a new ground-based, long-range radar system is moving forward with a revised acquisition strategy. The Three-Dimensional Expeditionary Long-Range … More ››


IFATCA blows whistle on Chile

An international air traffic controller organisation is urging action in Chile where working conditions represent a ‘serious concern’. IFATCA said it had been alerted to … More ››


AVTECH rings in First North changes

Sweden’s AVTECH paid a visit to the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square, New York, earlier this week. AVTECH which develops products and services for digital … More ››

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Near miss prompts calls for Queenstown review

Air accident investigators in New Zealand are urging changes to Queenstown Airport’s air traffic management system after two Boeing 737s came within around 300 metres … More ››


Park Air supports NATO’s Kandahar base

Northrop Grumman subsidiary Park Air Systems, has been awarded a contract by the NATO Consultation, Command and Control (NATO C3) Agency to provide a second … More ››

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