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Case studies illustrate the organizational roadblocks preventing the
"Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control" was prepared by
Key findings from the report include:
U.S. air traffic control has yet to enter the Digital Age and still relies on technology developed in the 1960s.
An upgraded system would bring tremendous savings in time, fuel, and expense to travelers and carriers; enhanced safety; and improved environmental quality.
The most advanced and innovative systems are in nations such as
A similar approach would be highly feasible for the U.S. and is attracting increasing support because of the federal government's budget problems and the growing gap between our air traffic system and "state-of-the-art" technology.
"Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control" will be the subject of a panel discussion on
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