Iceland is making progress on an automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) network that will be a vital link in an ambitious plan to provide air traffic control coverage all the way across the Atlantic. While there have been some delays, the crucial step of site acceptance testing is underway at eight ADS-B ground stations in Iceland. These stations will augment existing radar coverage over a vast area of the Northern Atlantic, and ADS-B surveillance will eventually be extended ...


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