By now, you’ve probably heard the news that Tesla Motors and SpaceX are developing Air Traffic Controllers.
This news came as no surprise to me, as I’ve been a fan of both companies for some time.
I think that Air Traffic Services (ATS) is the most effective and most cost-effective way to manage airspace in the United States.
That being said, Tesla is not going to be able to compete with the $100 billion-plus annual cost of Air Traffic Controller, and SpaceX is going to need to come up with some innovative ways to increase revenue for the company.
If Elon Musk is going on to achieve his goal of flying the world at an incredible $2,500 per hour, he’s going to have to find a way to keep Tesla and the rest of the Air Transport industry alive.
I don’t think there’s any way Tesla is going be able do this without a new technology or two, and the Air Transportation Industry is in desperate need of these new products.
So, what are Air Traffic Agents going to look like?
The Air Transportation Agent is going get a new name for 2017: Air Traffic Surveillance System.
This is a big deal for the Air Vehicle and Air Transport Industry.
The Air Vehicle (AV) is a commercial airplane that can monitor traffic for safety and traffic congestion, and is currently used by airlines.
The AV has become increasingly popular for this type of work, because of the benefits it offers to the safety of the pilots, passengers, and crew.
The FAA and the FAA’s Office of Technology Assessment have recommended that the AV be integrated into a single system that will allow for safer and more efficient use of air traffic control.
The agency’s proposal calls for an “Air Vehicle Information System” (AVIS), a system that is integrated into the FAA National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the National Transportation Security Administration (NTA) that would provide all air traffic controllers with access to the information and resources that are needed to make decisions that optimize air traffic flow and to ensure safety for both pilots and passengers.
The ATS will be the lead agency in providing these resources, and it’s also the lead authority on how to manage and secure the AVIS.
The proposal also calls for a “new generation of AVIS” that will be much smaller than the current AVIS that is currently in use.
The new AVIS will include the ability to “transmit and receive traffic information at a rate of 1 megabit per second, enabling an enhanced level of privacy and security for the AV systems.”
These new AVIs will be able access the AVS and will be capable of communicating directly with the AV, which will enable the AV to improve its efficiency and reduce costs.
The plan also calls on the AVI to create an “air traffic system management framework that is capable of monitoring all air and ground traffic” so that “the AVIS is able to monitor and respond to all events in a timely manner.”
The plan envisions “an automated AV system that can maintain an air traffic service level 2 (ATLS 2) status at any time without the need for additional hardware.”
This is great news for the aviation industry.
The current AV systems are very costly and slow to react to new events.
The more efficient AV system will be faster to respond and will allow it to avoid delays that would have been caused by the previous AV system.
The idea is that a smaller AV will have a higher ROI than a bigger one, and will enable better efficiency and savings.
The bigger AV will also have better visibility, and better situational awareness.
The biggest problem that the ATS faces with the current ATS is that it does not have enough money to keep up with the new AV.
The budget for the ATC budget is currently at $60 million per year.
This will not be enough for the new system, so the AVISA will need to be built from the ground up.
The next big question is: How will it work?
The ATC will be responsible for the overall operation of the AV system, but the AIS will be expected to “monitor, analyze, and respond” to the AV when needed.
The AAS will be part of the system, and all the information from the AV will be collected and stored.
ATSs data will be shared with the AAS, so they can see what the AV is doing, but it will also be used to “coordinate and provide advice to the AOS” when the AV needs more attention.
It sounds like a lot of stuff, and in fact, it will probably be quite a lot.
In fact, the ATHIS will probably have “more than 2,000 sensors and 15,000 computers” that the government can remotely monitor and control.
In short, the system is going, “Hey, we need to keep track of your traffic.”
That is the potential of this system. It’s