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-In 2013, Frost & Sullivan published a small insight on the emerging automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) market. At that time, it was new to most people involved with aviation.
- Two years later, air traffic management using ADS-B is becoming reality, but in some sense, the vision for ADS-B has not advanced much.
- The basic concept is the same globally, but the technologies and the level of implementation used vary considerably with region and country.
- The concept becomes more international and more challenging when applied to oceanic situations, as the required datalink must be capable of non-line-of-sight transmission.
- Cost for equipage of general aviation aircraft for ADS-B reception and display may be the greatest limiting factor.
- The international civil aeronautics organization (ICAO) will be pivotal in global implementation of ADS-B.
- Many of the long-standing air traffic management systems are reaching the end of their natural lives, which will change the market dynamics.
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