Air traffic control towers are as expensive as they are iconic, and are rapidly going the way of the Pan Am Clipper. Virtual systems now provide real-time understanding of the traffic picture without looking out a window, and mixed reality will potentially change the way controllers work.
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1 August 2016 | By NATS
Following hundreds of hours of testing and fine tuning, a state of the art new air traffic control system has entered full operational service at Scotland’s Prestwick Control Centre. The system – called iTEC – is the next generation of air traffic control technology designed to increase airspace capacity and…
23 December 2010 | By CANSO
It will measure the signals broadcasted by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) in order to assess its performances.
8 November 2010 | By CANSO
The contract, which amounts to approx. € 20 M, was signed at the end of October, in the presence of the Minister of Communication and Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs...
31 August 2010 | By Indra
Oman has awarded Indra the contract to install their new air traffic control system.