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The Months to Minutes (M2M) blog series is designed to provide helpful insights for organizations facing the growing challenges of digital disruption. The series highlights how continuous testing, driven by test and lab automation, optimizes the validation of an organization’s networks and business offerings. The result: taking testing processes that too often take months to perform and improving them so it can all be done in.

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The recent certification of the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) for safety of life applications now means that its performance is of a high enough standard that it can be used for aviation. Pilots can reliably use it as a navigation tool, enhancing the performance of stand-alone GPS. This means navigations systems for aircraft can now be produced knowing that the systems they will use are certified, robust and reliable. Designers and manufacturers of these sys...

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The Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS) is a ground-based augmentation system (GBAS) specified by the US Federal Aviation Authority for use at airports to augment the accuracy of GNSS-based navigation. The LAAS focuses its service on the airport area (around 30-50km radius) for precision approach, departure procedures and terminal area operations. It broadcasts its correction message over a VHF radio datalink from a ground-based transmitter. The FAA plans to replace legacy navi...

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