Rockwell Collins is cautiously optimistic that its commercial aviation weather radar can map the physical environment around a runway, a capability that could boost pilot situational awareness to independently verify a synthetic vision landing aid for low-visibility operations. In a series of flight tests in a company-owned Bombardier Challenger 601 business jet over the past two years, engineers have been able to verify that the radar—using modified software algorithms—can ...

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