Thursday, October 24, 2013

FAA History Lesson -- October 24, 2000



From the Update to FAA Historical Chronology 1997-2012 (A .pdf file)

" FAA awarded a contract to Sensis Corporation to develop the Airport Surface Detection Equipment, version X (ASDE-X), a traffic management system that provides seamless coverage of the airport surface, as well as aircraft identification, to air traffic controllers. ASDE-X uses a combination of surface movement radar, transponder multilateration, and sensors to display aircraft position labeled with flight call-signs on air traffic control tower displays. (See June 14, 2000; February 29, 2004.) "

Don Brown
October 24, 2013

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