With up to three pilots and their aircraft saved already by a newly introduced automatic ground collision avoidance system (Auto-GCAS), the U.S. Air Force and Lockheed Martin are starting tests of a follow-on system which will extend coverage of the safety device to prevent both air and ground collisions. Initial flight tests of the integrated collision avoidance system (ICAS) were completed at Edwards AFB, California, in mid-September under a small student-led Test Management Project (TMP) ...

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