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NASA plans first BVLOS drone demonstration

NASA partners will fly five unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) beyond visual line-of-sight of their operators, to test planning, tracking and alerting capabilities of NASA’s UAS … More ››

Capital Express shrinks carbon footprint

The new ‘Capital Express’ service between Singapore, Canberra and Wellington has today been unveiled as the newest addition to the Asia South Pacific Initiative to … More ››

Avinor, Finavia agree on cross border services

Norway’s Avinor and its Finnish counterpart Finavia have signed a service agreement committing themselves to cross border air traffic services between the two countries this … More ››

Multi-wave laser has navigation potential

A multi-wavelength laser MLM-01, which works using the metal vapour of copper, strontium, calcium, and barium could be used to provide reliable navigation of aircraft in low … More ››

Cambridge Pixel develops small target capability

Radar display, tracking and recording subsystems business Cambridge Pixel, has enhanced its popular, field-proven SPx radar tracking software with new modelling algorithms to support the detection … More ››

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Future Shock

The ‘sharing economy’ is challenging ATM industry norms by bringing new capabilities and blurring the lines between what constitutes air navigation services on the one … More ››

David Vos, Google, delivers the Keynote Address during the opening day of 60th Annual ATCA and CMAC.
Disruptive Influences

What will the future look like, what influences will prevail and how best to start preparing for new business models? Aimée Turner assesses industry opinion … More ››

Tracking Shot

An airline industry-led body is near to issuing practical guidance on how airlines can best manage any risk from the 15-minute flight tracking standard that will come into effect … More ››

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