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Saab Sensis Corp. To Install Surface Surveillance Technology At Nine Airports
January 16, 2012
Saab Sensis Corp. will install its airport surface surveillance technology at nine or more U.S. airports under a contract awarded by the FAA that could be worth up to $119 million. Sensis, a U.S. subsidiary of Saab, will install systems that fuse surveillance data from multiple sources, including...
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