PASSUR Aerospace has been given an “exclusive, perpetual use licence” to market, sell and support the L3Harris Symphony for Airports suite of products. Stamford-based PASSUR will “assume responsibility for existing Symphony for Airports customers and align products with existing PASSUR solutions to offer more comprehensive solutions to customers”, it said in a statement. PASSUR aggregates data from the world’s largest Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) network, including over 55,000 terrestrial ADS-B sensors, a global space-based satellite ADS-B network, weather feeds, air navigation service provider, airline and airport operator data. It uses machine learning and artificial intelligence-driven forecasting and predictions
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