Connected Aerospace

Apr 07, 2021
As the pandemic’s impact seems clearer, updated cost-benefit analysis supports acceleration of air traffic management upgrade in Europe.
Mar 24, 2021
A $14.3 billion modernization program risks delays unless Lockheed software developers and military bureaucracy can dodge obstacles.
Mar 16, 2021
Agency to transition communications services to commercial providers.
Mar 01, 2021
Liquid-hydrogen prototype; lenticular rotors; GPS in GEO; emergency-response eVTOL; and flying car advances.
Feb 09, 2021
Confronted with a dramatic drop in traffic, European ANSPs see a chance to modernize and rethink air traffic management.

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Apr 08, 2021
Airbus and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) are to develop a terminal for aircraft to receive laser-based communications. 
Mar 24, 2021
Machine learning specialist Daedalean and autonomous system developer Reliable Robotics have partnered to build advanced navigation and situational awareness systems for commercial aircraft.
Feb 23, 2021
The UK Royal Navy is to use Saab’s remote air traffic control tower technology to manage a remote satellite airfield in Cornwall.
Feb 12, 2021
The EU is pressing on with increasing the performance of its navigation satellites, despite slow adoption among airlines. 
Feb 04, 2021
UK air navigation service provider (ANSP) NATS is planning to scale back the use of the transatlantic Organized Track Structure (OTS) as new technology enables aircraft to take their own more fuel-efficient route across the ocean. 
Jan 29, 2021
A South Korean team including an airport operator, air-taxi developer and communications provider has been formed to commercialize urban air mobility in the country beginning in 2025.
Nov 04, 2020
Private equity investor AE Industrial Partners is forming Pangiam, a new portfolio company to provide biometric and other travel security systems to the commercial aviation sector led by a former U.S. Customs & Border Protection chief.
Oct 19, 2020
British start-up Stratospheric Platforms is developing a hydrogen fuel cell-powered, high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned air system (UAS) that could provide cellular connectivity to remote areas.