US Air Traffic Management and Automatic Dependent Surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Technology

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The world of air traffic management is about to undergo a significant change. The traditional radar based air traffic control environment will soon be replaced by a system based on automated position and flight data reporting by the aircraft themselves. The effort is global with variations by country and by technology. In the US, the construction of transmitter/receiver ground installations is about 65 percent complete. As the aircraft are equipped over the next several years, air traffic management and flight operations will need to change. This research looks at the timelines, costs and implications of these changes.

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