The manufacturer believes its vision of tomorrow's ATM is necessary.
Looking 20 years into the future, the Boeing Co. envisions a seamless worldwide air traffic control system that will allow controllers and operators to tap into a common information network to get aircraft tracking, operational and weather information at any given moment, anywhere. Such a system would be satellite based, using data link connections for communication, navigation and surveillance. The result? Significantly improved system capacity, safety and security. Boeing executives ...
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