Air Traffic Management and ADS-B

Where are we now?


Frost & Sullivan published an insight into the implementation of ADS-B on a global basis. This insight provides a view of the progress of this major change to the air traffic management system. It discusses the decisions made, the number of installations, and the changes that these actions have caused.
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Table of Contents

Air Traffic Management and ADS-BExecutive SummaryKey FindingsThe TechnologyThe Current TechnologyThe New Technology (current)The New Concept: FAA—NextGenThe Technology—ADS-BThe Technology—ADS-B (continued)The ADS-B Problems—Airspace and CompatibilityThe CoverageThe International CoverageThe International Coverage (continued)The International Coverage (continued)The International Coverage (continued)The International ProvidersThe Technology FutureThe EffectThe Envisioned EffectThe FAA Cost SavingsThe FAA Cost Savings (continued)The FAA Cost Savings (continued)The Service Provider’s Costs for ADS-BCommercial Operator Costs for ADS-BGeneral Aviation Operator Costs for ADS-BADS-B Vulnerabilities?ADS-B the Enabler of Unmanned Operations?The Problem—Airspace—UASTimelines—UASConclusionConclusionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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