FAA isbuildinga business case forspeedier adoption of ADS-B
Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast is in service in the U.S., and aircraft operators and avionics manufacturers know what to build and install. The question now is when they will equip, and that depends on what benefits they will see, and how soon. The FAA achieved two of the biggest milestones in its ADS-B program in 2010: the go-ahead for nationwide deployment by 2013 and release of the final rule requiring aircraft to equip with ADS-B Out by 2020. Initial operational ...
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