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Frequentis awarded contract under RCAF Tactical Control Radar project

Royal Canadian Air Force awards Frequentis communication and recording technology contract for three new tactical control radars

skeyes uses CNS drone developed by Skyguide

Belgian ANSP skeyes will rely on a CNS drone developed by its Swiss counterpart Skyguide

Aviation Recovery Impacted by Lack of Global Synchronisation

Inmarsat Aviation and APEX hosted FlightPlan executive Q&As looking at the status of the Aviation industry recovery progress

Propelling the application of artificial intelligence in air traffic control

UK government backed grant announced for new five-year strategic partnership to help propel application of artificial intelligence in air traffic control.

Germany’s first drone traffic system starts in Hamburg

Europe's new U-Space concept is being tested for the first time at the Port of Hamburg

FABEC 2020 report reviews ANSP pandemic impact

FABEC 2020 performance report reports a 56.8% traffic downturn, more than EUR2.45 billion revenue losses and major increases in environmental performance.

SkyGrid Signs Space Act Agreement with NASA

SkyGrid partners with NASA's Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign to collaborate on operations infrastructure and airspace simulation

Altitude Angel & iOCO Form Strategic Alliance

Altitude Angel and iOCO will form an alliance to develop the building blocks on which South Africa’s urban air mobility (UAM) infrastructure can be built and supported.

Passenger enthusiasm for flying dampened by quarantine rules

New research release from NATS has revealed the extent to which the UK public is keen to return to international travel

ANSL brings remote tower control to the Royal Navy

Digital Remote Tower from ANSL will be the first of its kind to be used by the UK Armed Forces.

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