Startling new clues have been revealed from the new tracking of MH370 by aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey using the new breakthrough tracking technology called Weak Signal Propagation (WSPR). MH370 disappeared on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8,...
Amir Bhatti is Chief Executive Officer at Star Navigation Systems Group Ltd., a Canadian-based technology firm that focuses on providing aerospace solutions (hardware and software) for aircraft operators. Star’s solution provides real-time tracking, with...
AeroPatent.com reports that in the aftermath of MH370 disappearance, it has become clear that more R&D is needed to improve in-flight aircraft tracking and emergency locator beacon technology. In recent months AeroPatent reports seeing dozens of patent...
Reports today from the French Prosecutor and Malaysian Prime Minister indicated that the flaperon that washed up on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is indeed from MH370 that disappeared on March 8, 2014. Additional debris, including what appears to be a plastic...
Rockwell Collins today introduced the ARINC Mult-Link Flight Tracking service to enable airlines to cost-effectively monitor the position of their aircraft in real-time, anywhere in the world. The ARINC MultiLink system is different than most tracking systems in that...
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