Australia this week will introduce the world’s largest-scale equipage mandate for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B), although many airspace users will take advantage of a temporary exemption because they do not yet comply. Airservices Australia is considered one of the pioneers of ADS-B. It has installed a nationwide network of more than 60 ground stations that provides seamless coverage of all of its domestic high-altitude airspace, and some offshore airspace. It is ...
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