Airservices Australia is being more cautious with new systems as it evaluates the potential payoff.
Airservices Australia has long been a worldleader in advancing the state of the art in air traffic management. But today the state-ownedair navigation services provider is tapping the brakes on introducing new technology to Australia’s skies. “It’s no longer technology for technology’s sake,” says GM-Air Traffic Control Group Jason Harfield, a career air traffic controller. “We have slowed to ask what are we trying to achieve and there is also a more ...
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