Computer problems threaten GPS upgrade for air traffic system

04/22/2010 | Google

A GPS-based air traffic control system could be delayed by computer glitches, Transportation Department Inspector General Calvin Scovel testified Wednesday before a House panel. The $2.1 billion computer upgrade has run into serious problems, including a failure to process radar information. Scovel said the problems might not be fixed in time to retire the current system on schedule.

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