Indra has deployed what it claims to be the first controller-pilot communications network completely based on Internet protocol (IP) technology.  The system has been implemented in Uruguay, in collaboration with the country’s air navigation services provider (ANSP) DINACIA, and provides full national coverage for air traffic. In a statement, Indra said DINACIA has become the first ANSP to start using the new generation of systems based on IP technology, with controller-pilot ...

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