After Raytheon’s Acquisition of FlightAware, Who is Next?

air traffic control radar screen
Information like this, an air traffic controller screen’s via the FAA’s Data Comm system, used to be the realm of a few but has become mainstream in part through FlightAware’s products.
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In an interview four years ago in his Charlotte, North Carolina, headquarters, when David Gitlin ran supplier United Technologies Aerospace Systems, the executive talked at length about how aircraft would become more connected and more electric. “We see a future where you have complete prognostics...

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