Sensis Corporation today announced that Airservices Australia has selected the company to provide its Wide Area Multilateration for terminal airspace surveillance and precision approach monitoring at Sydney Airport.Sydney Airport to Use Sensis Wide Area Multilateration for Terminal Airspace Surveillance and Precision Approach … (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

Zooming in: Qantas a pioneer of hi-tech global satellite landing … – The AustralianZooming in: Qantas a pioneer of hi-tech global satellite landing …The Australian, Australia – Oct 4, 2007To rectify that operational limitation, and to support GLS operations, Airservices Australia teamed with Honeywell International’s Defence and Space …

Zooming in: Qantas a pioneer of hi-tech global satellite landing system (The Australian)QANTAS has a global reputation for its extraordinary safety record and as a leader in the development of extended twin operations (ETOPS), future air navigation system and flex tracks.

ITT Picks Thales for ADS?B Radios (GPS World)Thales said Monday that it has received a contract from ITT Corp. to support the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Automatic Dependent Surveillance?Broadcast (ADS-B) system.

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Australia’s flying doctors prescribe ADS-BFlight International – Oct 15, 2007Avionics for six of the aircraft have been donated to the RFDS by Airservices Australia, which is already deploying ADS-B in the upper airspace of the …Australia’s flying doctors prescribe ADS-B – Flight International

Wider??e shoots world’s first approved precision GPS approachFlight International – 4 hours agoWith LAAS still shelved, Airservices Australia, working with the FAA, looks likely to be the first into the field with a GBAS that will meet International …Wider??e shoots world’s first approved precision GPS approach – Flight International

Sensis wins contracts for airport surveillance system (The Post-Standard)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 Washington, D.C.

As a follow up to recent stories that have appeared in Crikey about fatigue in the airline industry, the public will be pleased to know that it?s about to get a whole lot worse.Meanwhile, in air traffic control … (Crikey)

Naverus Hosting RNP User Conference in Seattle – Earthtimes.orgNaverus Hosting RNP User Conference in SeattleEarthtimes.org, New Zealand – Oct 8, 2007A highlight of the event will be Airservices Australia’s review of the Brisbane RNP Trial where Naverus Tailored RNP procedures have been successfully …