• Cargo Screening: Smiths Detection announces that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has added ten HI-SCAN X-ray systems to its Air Cargo Screening Qualified Technology List (ACSQTL), taking Smiths Detection’s total of approved X-ray solutions to 16. Ranging in sizes from large to small including single, dual, and multi-view imagers, the screening systems enable air cargo businesses to scan air cargo threats rapidly and accurately, says the company; www.smithsdetection.com.
• Education Website: The new Aging General Aviation Education and Training website provides a single, stable access point to type-specific aging general aviation maintenance information. The site includes recommended continued education and training curricula for owners, pilots, airframe and powerplant mechanics, avionics technicians, structural designated engineering representatives (DER), airframe aviation safety engineers (ASE), systems/equipment DERs, systems ASEs, and aviation safety inspectors; www.aginggeneralaviation.org.
ADS-B will allow aircraft in this region to broadcast real-time reports indicating identification and position to both air traffic controllers and other aircraft, improving situational awareness.
SENSIS WINS CONTRACTS FOR AIRPORT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM; COMPANY'S EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN CHOSEN FOR SITES IN CHINA, DUBAI AND AUSTRALIA.
Sensis Corp. Monday announced contracts with China, Dubai and Australia for its airport surveillance systems. The announcements came at the Air Traffic Control Association's convention in...
EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y., Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Avinor AS, Norway's Air Navigation Service Provider, has selected Sensis Corporation's multilateration and VeeLo NextGen(TM) vehicle locators for Bergen...