NAV Canada selected Sensis to supply new surveillance technologies, including up to 200 ADS-B units, to areas in the northern part of the country and around Vancouver Harbor and Fort St. John that currently do not have surveillance coverage. NAV Canada President and CEO John Crichton said the deal will result in "safety and customer efficiency benefits at a much lower cost compared to traditional radar."

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