Harris wins $150M deal to take air traffic data digital

08/16/2013 | AirTrafficManagement.net (U.K.)

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Harris Corp.'s $150 million contract to help air traffic control data move from analog systems to digital, a project aimed at making air traffic control safer. The seven-year Data Communications Network Services project will allow air traffic controllers and pilots to have data integrated with regular voice communication.

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