The most recent tests of ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) technology are complete, and early indications bode well for a system that could reduce the risk of aircraft collisions while smoothing the flow of traffic at crowded airports. For now though, ADS-B is proving itself to be a great way for the overnight package delivery airlines to speed up and streamline their ``sort'' -- that frantic period when dozens of jet freighters arrive, disgorge their cargo ...

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