Next Generation Air Transportation System: A Research Update

TRB

TRB conducted a webinar on March 17, 2015, from 2:00pm to 3:30pm ET that featured an update on the research conducted by TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) on the Next Generation Air Transportation System (“NextGen”)—a term used to describe a number of federal programs designed to modernize the National Airspace System (NAS).
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Garmin Announces 2016 Aviation Webinar

garmin

We are pleased to announce the first aviation webinars scheduled for 2016, with topics this year ranging from our popular aviation app Garmin Pilot, experimental and portable avionics, all the way through our brand new all-in-one ADS-B transponder, the GTX 345. These interactive webinars, which are one hour in length, are presented by Garmin Aviation team members.
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Cost-effective Garmin Upgrades for your Aircraft: G5 and ADS-B

Garmin

Many on-site seminars are presented by aviation regional sales managers from Garmin, in conjunction with one or more of our 600+ aviation dealers worldwide. All dealers are authorized Garmin sales and service centers capable of selling, installing and servicing our aviation products.
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Getting Ready for the Connected Bag

ATW

The airline industry has made tremendous strides in baggage handling over the last eight years, saving a collective $18 billion by investing in new technology and processes for moving passengers’ luggage. A particular focus has been aimed at bags transferring between flights, which is an increasingly important element of many airlines’ business, especially the fast-growing Middle East carriers.
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Aircraft Automation and the Degradation of Pilot Skills

EMBRY-RIDDLE

Advances in computing technology have made today’s jetliners highly automated. From takeoff to landing computers are interacting constantly with the flight crew. While this technology is a very good thing, inadvertently it can lead to decrease in piloting skills, making pilots less aviators and more systems managers.
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