U.S., Europe, Australia and Indonesia are moving ahead with these satellite-based traffic surveillance systems
The upcoming ADS-B demonstration in Indonesia includes a new business model that may prove interesting to other nations as this type of technology begins to make greater inroads in Asia, North America and Europe. Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast involves an aircraft transmitting its GPS position to air traffic controllers and other aircraft. The ground receiver costs a fraction of what's required to buy, install and operate a ground-based radar. The U.S. is about to begin a ...
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