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1. Leonardo-Finmeccanica to Supply Canada with Nationwide Weather Radar System Network
Leonardo-Finmeccanica, through its German subsidiary Selex, has been awarded a contract from Public Works and Government Services Canada to supply Environment and Climate Change Canada with a weather radar systems network. The contract requires supply, delivery and installation of 20 weather radar systems with associated infrastructure, with options for up to an additional 13 radar
2. Saab Exhibiting Giraffe 1X 3D Solid-State Radar at DSEI 2019 in London
Saab is exhibiting a serial production Giraffe 1X 3D solid-state radar at this week's DSEI exhibition in London. The Giraffe 1X is a compact, lightweight high-performing 3D radar suitable for ground-based air defence roles as well as for civil applications such as airports and site protection, as well as naval applications for all types of vessels.
3. Tiger Airways to Install Advanced 3-D Weather Radar
Tiger Airways to Install Advanced 3-D Weather Radar. Tiger Airways has partnered with Honeywell to install the latest technology of weather radars on its new aircraft. The IntuVue 3-D weather radar is an advanced system that give pilots a fuller picture of weather conditions than the current two-dimensional (2-D)systems.
4. Chengdu Airlines to Implement Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar
Chengdu Airlines has selected Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar for its 50 newly purchased Airbus A320 jets. Chengdu Airlines will begin using the technology on its first delivery in November 2015, allowing the airline to improve routing decisions, reduce operating costs, improve flight efficiency and ensure maximum passenger safety.
5. Sabre Labs Publishes 2017 Radar Report
Sabre has released its latest technology forecast, Sabre Labs’ 2017 Radar Report. The report evaluates nine key technologies with an outsized impact on the travel landscape, looking at what’s happening today and what to expect for tomorrow.
6. Personnel Shortages the Next Big Storm on Aviation Radar
Personnel Shortages the Next Big Storm on Aviation Radar.
7. Honeywell Upgrades Avionics Repair Capability in China
Honeywell Avionics (Shanghai) has upgraded its product repair capabilities to provide a more rapid repair turnaround time and more effective technical support for a variety of Honeywell products, including the traffic alert and collision avoidance system and IntuVue 3D weather radar.
8. Tokyo Tops List of Cities in APAC with Most Expensive Hotel Rates
According to the HRS Q2 2015 Hotel Price Radar, hotel room rates in Tokyo, Sydney and Singapore emerged as the most expensive in Asia Pacific between April and June 2015. With an average room rate of S$258, Tokyo also showed one of the highest rate increases of 33.30% (year-on-year comparison) in the region. The majority of the markets studied saw solid double digit growth in room

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