The SESAR Joint undertaking, the private/public partnership created to modernize European air traffic management, says 30 projects have been started since an agreement was reached last month with the 16 SESAR partners. The agreement covers 295 projects to be completed by 2016 under Europe’s Single Sky ATM initiative. Among projects begun over the past month are GBAS Cat II/III, aimed at developing precision satellite-based landing systems; SWIM, intended to devise a future air-ground ...
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