Category Archives: Surveillance

Avinor boosts Continental Shelf safety

Norway’s Avinor has now implemented ADS-B technology to provide flight information- and alerting services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) is a … More ››

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Summit to tackle ADS-B equipage challenge

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) plans to hold a high level summit at the end of the month to engage the aviation industry in … More ››

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Aireon names Capezzuto as technology chief

Aireon LLC, developer and operator of the world’s first space-based global air traffic surveillance system, has appointed Vincent Capezzuto as chief technology oOfficer and vice … More ››

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True Heading?

What will the airline industry come up with in terms of global flight tracking solutions? Is it truly committed to a huge leap in situation … More ››

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Industry mulls real-time distress tracking

Global aviation is looking at ways to broadcast automatic alerts once an aircraft goes off course through an escalating series of triggered alarms. Speaking at … More ››

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Aireon launches emergency response tracking

Aireon, developer of the world’s first space-based ADS-B global air traffic surveillance system, is to develop a global emergency tracking solution that will be provided … More ››

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COMSOFT to transform Estonian surveillance

Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) has chosen German expert COMSOFT to supply advanced ARTAS to modify their surveillance systems in order to sustain the safety … More ››

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Exelis to supply Saudi Arabian National Guard

Exelis has received a contract valued at more than $9 million to provide advanced military air traffic management capabilities to the Saudi Arabian National Guard … More ››

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FSF endorses deployable flight data recorders

The highly respected US-based Flight Safety Foundation is expressing its strong support for the use of deployable flight data recorders or triggered flight data transmission … More ››

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Was solar storm to blame for aircraft vanishing from screens?

Space weather could have been to blame for the air traffic control surveillance blackouts that hit European air travel on both June 5 and 10 … More ››

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