- 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
Pitt Meadows Controllers Settle Into New and Improved Tower
Air traffic control is taking a step up at the new Pitt Meadows air traffic control tower. Erected south of the former 50-year-old tower, this taller and more modern facility improves sight lines of operating areas surrounding the airport.
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.
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.