A cutting-edge radar system that can detect drones small enough to fit in the palm of a hand will be tested at Ottawa’s airport starting this fall
By the 1990s, Canada’s air navigation system (ANS) was in need of change.
An Ottawa firm that makes video technology used at airports around the world has landed a major investment from a British company.
In a basement testing facility near the Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, Jim Hill is helping to shape the future of air traffic control technology.
There’s a technological movement happening in one niche of the world’s aerospace industry, and a small Ottawa company has been a guiding part of the liftoff.