With more crowded airspace and growing pressure for environmentally friendly flightpaths, Thales sees computing power and connectivity as key in future FMS.
Cybersecurity burst upon the embedded systems landscape in 2016 when the infamous Mirai IoT botnet took down major websites using hundreds of thousands of compromised IoT devices.
The FAA’s GPS augmentation system supports NextGen precision navigation procedures and ADS-B.
Developing and advanced nations will start using surveillance data provided by Aireon.
Associations representing pilots and air traffic controllers urge ICAO to take action on interference with satellite navigation systems.
Airborne Wireless Network and Aeronet Global once sought to be first to provide airliner-based broadband backbone services. What happened?
With Thales’ new FMS, “open-world” information will be allowed to enter safety-critical applications.
FAA moves a step closer to automating the monitoring of space-launch-and-reentry vehicles in real time as they transition the national airspace system.
With unprecedented connectivity, airlines are challenged to prioritize the available bandwidth.
Inflight connectivity stakeholders work together to improve onboard internet systems
The Seamless Air Alliance hopes to standardize inflight connectivity equipment, which would have many benefits—including easier retrofits.