FAA Proposes $3.7 Million Penalty Against ADS-B Manufacturer

The FAA is proposing a $3.685 million civil penalty against NavWorx of Rowlett, Texas, for allegedly producing and selling automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) units containing a GPS chip that did not meet FAA requirements, and misrepresenting the products to customers. On its website...

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