The General Electric Co. (GE) and the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have launched an 18-month project to bring NextGen air traffic management (ATM) technology into “The Cloud.” Announcing the project, GE said: “Cloud computing will enable airlines and air traffic controllers to perform their tasks by sharing not only real-time information but also data analysis and decision support tools to improve aircraft operations and airspace ...

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