DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/djslct/air_traffic) has announced the addition of the "Air Traffic Management and ADS-B" report to their offering.
This report is 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.
- In 2013, a small insight on the emerging automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) market was published. At that time, it was new to most people involved with aviation.
- Two years later, air traffic management using ADS-B is becoming reality, but in some sense, the vision for ADS-B has not advanced much.
- The basic concept is the same globally, but the technologies and the level of implementation used vary considerably with region and country.
- The concept becomes more international and more challenging when applied to oceanic situations, as the required datalink must be capable of non-line-of-sight transmission.
- Cost for equipage of general aviation aircraft for ADS-B reception and display may be the greatest limiting factor.
- The international civil aeronautics organization (ICAO) will be pivotal in global implementation of ADS-B.
Many of the long-standing air traffic management systems are reaching
the end of their natural lives, which will change the market dynamics.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Key Findings
3. The Technology
4. The Effect
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