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The traffic department had specified areas that needed intensive radar control.
David Logan, vice president and general manager of Technology Solutions at BAE Systems said: Our Ground Moving Target Indicator s exploitation capability and integrated radar control technology enables the DDR to robustly find and track potential threats to warfighters, vehicles, and individuals in near real-time, day and night.
According to the company, transforming the global air transportation system (ATS) to satellite-based navigation systems, from ground-based communications and radar control, will create significant savings for airlines and passengers.
A transcript was published of what, according to an anonymous source, was the final conversation between radar control at Staxton Wold and the pilot, who reportedly described seeing the shape, followed by something "like a large soccer ball made of glass".
Russian Military Attache Alexander Gerasev today handed over automated radar control system in Novo-Pokrovka village of Issyk-Ata rayon, Chui oblast.
In order to optimize safety, security and efficiency, it supplies high and medium voltage underground power cables to feed all vital airport applications, low voltage power cables for weather beacons, fibre optic cable for radar control networks, and flexible halogen-free control and power cables for baggage handling systems.
In a class on radar control techniques, students practice with simulated airplanes in rear airspace--10,00O mites of sky above Mississippi and Louisiana.
Working on motor torpedo boats in the Irish Sea, after being rescued from sinking in 1942, he joined the Radar Control Unit at Kingswear, Devon, and equipped all MTBs with 35-mile radius radars.