The Airports Authority of India is looking to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) to supplement radar coverage of its entire continental airspace and adjacent oceanic airspace over the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. ITT, which owns the infrastructure and maintains the FAA's ADS-B through a unique contract in which it absorbs much of the risk, will integrate the system and maintain it from deployment through September 2025. The system could be in place in India by 2015 — faster ...
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