Category Archives: Innovation

NASA unveils new public web portal for research results

Public access to NASA-funded research data now is now just a click away, with the launch of a new agency public access portal. The creation … More ››

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Above & Beyond

Greg Murray of Aviation Advocacy mulls what Europe and the US could learn from Africa about drones Last month Amazon announced that it would be partnering up … More ››

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FAA unveils new air transport research centre

The United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected the University of Oklahoma and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University teams to lead the new Air Transportation Centre … More ››

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STR-SpeechTech debuts service-oriented ATIS

STR-SpeechTech has completed the development of its next generation StarCaster (Version 6) broadcasting solution that allows Automatic Terminal Information Services (ATIS) to be deployed as … More ››

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Solar powered advisory system for Gujarat

Potomac Aviation has installed a third MicroTower (ATAS) at Gujarat, India. Potomac has almost 100 installations across United States as well as new systems at … More ››

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Turbulent Times

Detecting turbulence remains the Achilles’ heel of modern-day aviation. Reports submitted by pilots, subjective and often very inaccurate, are the least expensive and the most … More ››

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Australia works to align with GPS by 2020

A team of Australian scientists is to recalculate the nation’s latitude and longitude coordinates, nudging Australia to the north, so its national map data agrees … More ››

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New era for air traffic control at Prestwick

Following hundreds of hours of testing and fine tuning, a state of the art new air traffic control system has entered full operational service at … More ››

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Amazon eyes UK as drone delivery testbed

US-based retail giant Amazon is to partner with the British aviation authority to trial a new delivery system that uses drones. The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will allow Amazon … More ››

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GSA selects latest EGNOS funded projects

European GNSS Agency GSA is to fund 14 projects to help foster the implementation of EGNOS-based operations and LPV-200 procedures at European airports as part … More ››

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