Category Archives: Surveillance

ERA surface MLAT for Turin-Caselle airport

World ATM Congress  ERA has secured a contract to deliver a MLAT system to enhance the safety of one of the major Italian airports serving the … More ››

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ANZ, Aireon team on South Pacific validation

Airways New Zealand, New Zealand’s air navigation service provider (ANSP) and Aireon have signed an agreement in principle to enter into an operational validation trial. This … More ››

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Australia hails historic date for ADS-B

The final fitment mandate for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology came into effect on February 2 for all instrument flight rules (IFR) aircraft flying in … More ››

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Telephonics receives FAA production order 

Telephonics has received production orders for 34 Common Terminal Digitizer (CTD) systems from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). CTD supports the FAA’s Next Gen initiative so … More ››

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ERA secures surveillance contract at Najaf

ERA has signed a new contract to cover the terminal area of Najaf International Airport, Iraq. ERA will deliver a composite multilateration and ADS-B system for … More ››

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NLR reports excellent Iris polar coverage

Dutch aerospace researchers at NLR have completed the first flight trials using Inmarsat satellites to test seamless air-ground communications which will allow controllers to monitor … More ››

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Iceland’s Isavia embarks on Aireon polar quest

Icelandic air traffic control plans to conduct flight trials in polar airspace north of 70 degrees to evaluate the expected benefits of new space-based surveillance … More ››

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Radio hams flag concerns over unlawful drone transmitter interference with air traffic control

Amateur radio enthusiasts in the US are targeting the potential lethal interference potential of a series of audio/video transmitters used on unmanned aircraft and marketed … More ››

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Mozambique makes headway on ADS-B

Aeroportos de Moçambique (ADM) has deployed new ADS-B cooperative surveillance technology for aircraft tracking. Inaugurated by deputy transport minister Manuela Rebelo, its installation falls within the scope … More ››

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Environmental impact of space-based ADS-B surveillance tech a ‘win-win’ for airlines, society

A new report based on academic research claims potential savings in global aviation carbon emissions through using space-based automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) technology in remote and … More ››

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