Augmentation systems are needed worldwide, say two partners who want to provide them
In a strategic move that could stimulate the spread of satellite navigation, Airservices Australia and Honeywell Aerospace have agreed to develop two types of ground-based augmentation systems for sale to airports and ATC authorities. The partners plan to develop and certify a Ground-Based Augmentation System (GBAS) capable of initially replacing ILS systems with Category 1 minimums (200 ft.) and a Ground-Based Regional Augmentation System (GRAS) for en route navigation and approaches ...
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