- March 11, 2019
One step closer to global air traffic surveillance
We are one significant step closer to be the first in the world to provide space-based ADS-B services to our customers. This technology will increase safety through the continuous surveillance capabilities of mountainous area operations, oceanic, and remote airspace, eliminating service gaps over regions with limited infrastructure or coverage.Read More
Fusion: Integrating Multiple Surveillance Sources
As we celebrate the final launch of Iridium NEXT satellites carrying Aireon space-based ADS-B payloads into orbit, NAV CANADA continues to move forward on several fronts to improve operational efficiencies for our customers.
“So much of what we accomplished in fiscal 2018 has helped build a solid foundation for what’s ahead”: Message from The President and CEO
"This is an exciting time to be working in aviation, with ongoing air traffic growth bringing real-time challenges and unprecedented opportunities in equal measure. NAV CANADA people and systems are being put to the test on a daily basis, and we are excelling at every turn." - Neil Wilson, NAV CANADA President and CEO
Retournons aux années 1960 pour le #VendrediRétro! Voici une photo de la Tour de #Québec tirée de nos archives.
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@KyleArthur3 @TorontoPearson @taggart_colin @TorontoShare @WestJetMagazine 📸👌 Great photo! Thank you for sharing!
@yougoventi @yvrairport @NEWS1130 Hey @yougoventi, looks like a Transport Canada aircraft.