Saab Sensis is expanding its global presence in air traffic management, helped by its role as the focal point of parent Saab Group’s growing ATM business. Syracuse, N.Y.-based Saab Sensis is part of many of the FAA’s modernization programs, particularly those involving surface operations. It also has been gaining more international contracts, and has further extended its reach as Saab acquires other ATM companies, such as Netherlands-based HITT. The Saab Group bought Sensis Corp. in ...
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