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ESAVS Paper Series – Second Edition: Identifying Collision Avoidance Resolution Advisories and Anomalies in Aircraft Avionics Globally with Space-Based ADS-B Data Observations

12/27/2018

This past fall, Aireon participated in and sponsored an event called, The International Symposium on Enhanced Solutions for Aircraft and Vehicle Surveillance Applications in Berlin, Germany. The Aireon team shared three papers at this conference which reveal some of the results of the most recent AireonSM system performance tests. We’d like to share these papers containing exciting performance results with you in a three-part blog series. Click here to read the first edition. 

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ESAVS Paper Series – First Edition: A Compilation of Measured ADS-B Performance Characteristics from Aireon’s On-Orbit Test Program

12/20/2018

This past fall, Aireon participated in and sponsored an event called, The International Symposium on Enhances Solutions for Aircraft and Vehicle Surveillance Applications in Berlin, Germany. The Aireon team shared three papers at this conference which reveal some of the results of the most recent Aireon system performance tests. We’d like to share these papers containing exciting performance results with you in a three-part blog series.

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Back to Basics (Part 3): ADS-B Data – Not Your Average Aviation Data Set

10/16/2018

For the third installment of our “Back-to-Basics” blog series, 1090 Global is exploring the “ins and outs” of Aireon’s analytical ADS-B data. If you read our first two posts, you learned how the system works, and how the data travels from point A to point B.  Now it’s time to understand what differentiates Aireon’s data from today’s available data sets, and how it will greatly impact the global aviation community.

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Back-to-Basics (Part 2): All Things Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)

09/13/2018

For the second installment of our ‘Back-to-Basics’ blog series, 1090 Global is diving deeper into the inner workings of Aireon’s technology.  At the core of the Aireon system is a technology called ADS-B which, in addition to being at the cutting-edge of aviation surveillance and aircraft tracking, is the foundation of every Aireon Hosted Payload (AHP). In the blog below, we take a deeper dive into how ADS-B works, the payload design and how the Aireon data travels from an aircraft to its final destination. As you may have read…

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