The European Space Agency (ESA) and British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat have announced they are developing a technology to accurately track aircraft in four dimensions: latitude, longitude, altitude and time.
Global satellite telecommunications firm Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) have concluded the first test flight for their Iris programme, which is aimed at modernising air traffic in Europe.
Airways Corporation of New Zealand has chosen Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S VCS-4G, a quad-redundant IP-based voice communications system for air traffic control (ATC).
Air navigation service provider (ANSP) Serco and Norwegian technology firm Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace have signed an agreement to address the increasing demand for Air Traffic Control services in the...
New Zealand's air navigation service provider Airways New Zealand has signed an agreement with the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) to provide air traffic control simulation technology for the training...
Inverness Airport has been chosen as a remote air traffic control centre for seven Scottish airports as part of a £28m project that will be developed over the next decade.
Scottish operator Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) has selected Inverness Airport as the preferred site for its new remote towers control centre.
The Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) has opened a safety operations facility co-financed by the European Commission.
Honeywell is set to partner with flight tracking data firm FlightAware to provide advanced flight tracking support to operations control centres and business jet owners.
Chinese technology firm Huawei has launched its Smart Airport 2.0 Solution that provides airports with a one-stop information and communication technologies (ICT) platform featuring cloud-pipe-device collaboration.