- January 16, 2019
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.Read More
Drone surveillance protecting endangered whales
During the summer of 2017, the Government of Canada reported that 12 North Atlantic right whales had died unexpectedly in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. NAV CANADA was asked to use its expertise and understanding of integrating Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS or drones) in Canadian airspace, to manage the required airspace while data was gathered that might prevent such deaths in the future.
Safe Skies for The G7 Summit
Unique among planned special events in aviation are those that involve national special security – requiring special operations and close collaboration with government agencies. One example is when Canada hosted the annual Group of Seven (G7) Summit in June 2018.
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