July 1, 2015

European Officials Seek Spectrum to Enable Satellite Aircraft Tracking

Woodrow Bellamy III

[Avionics Today 07-02-2015] During a symposium at the European Parliament, "Disappeared Aircraft in a Connected World: Urgent Call to Action," members of the European Parliament (MEPs) called for action by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). European Union (EU) stakeholders were asked during the symposium to remove regulatory barriers to the deployment of satellite-based flight tracking to help improve safety and surveillance of flight operations in remote areas. Concept of...

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