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Spirent Communications plc | September 20, 2021
Spirent Communications plc, the world leader in global navigation satellite system (GNSS) test and assurance solutions, today announced the launch of Spirent GNSS Foresight, an innovative cloud-based solution that lets operators know in advance where and when GPS or GNSS positioning is reliable for unmanned and autonomous journeys. GNSS Foresight accurately predicts where and when unmanned vehicles, air taxis, and drones can operate safely and dependably beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS), espe...
Volatus Aerospace | October 14, 2020
Volatus Aerospace, is proud to announce its appointment as channel partner for DJI, the world-leading UAV manufacturer. In two agreements, Volatus becomes part of the DJI “Enterprise” distribution network and the first DJI-UTC authorized training centre in Canada. The DJI Enterprise dealership is viewed as an important building block for the growth of Volatus. The overall market penetration and brand strength is certainly a benefit however, the real attraction was the DJI Enterprise ...
Aviation Pros | March 19, 2020
Honeywell Forge provides business aviation customers with an easy-to-use, integrated dashboard that sends real-time alerts on connectivity issues and flight plan changes. With full visibility into their services, customers can use the platform to tap into data that helps flight departments troubleshoot and fix issues as soon as they arise. Based on these insights, Honeywell Forge can improve the passenger connectivity experience, help manage profitability and give flight departments a better und...
United Airlines | August 27, 2020
United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March.
The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...
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