ADSB

AcronymDefinition
ADSBAlgoma District School Board (Ontario, Canada)
ADSBAbu Dhabi Ship Building
ADSBAutomatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (aviation surveillance)
ADSBAmerican Diversified Savings Bank (Lodi, CA)
ADSBArt Deco Society of Boston (Boston, MA)
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Chantier Naval Couach is proud of this partnership with ADD Military Supplies LLC and ADSB, to support the long-term growth of the UAE marine market.
Khaled Al Mazrouei, chief executive officer of ADSB, said: "We are proud to be supplying the vessel to the Kuwait Ministry of Defence and are grateful for the confidence that the State of Kuwait has given to us by awarding this contract.
Khaled Al-Mazrouei, CEO of ADSB said the contract was signed on July 15, 2015, under which three large vessels and five small boats are to be built.
ADSB is a provider of construction, repair and refit services for military and commercial boats.
Under this MoU, RDL and ADSB are investigating the opportunity to set up a strategic partnership for construction of naval ships, including frigates, destroyers and other specialised vessels, to address the demand of the Gulf Cooperation Council ( GCC) over the next 10 years," a statement Zomato
Under the terms of the contract, ADSB will install equipment supplied by YahSat and leading communications company Rohde & Schwarz to the fleet, while additional project technical support will be provided by CMN and Selex.
ADSB Technologies came up with a way to not only transmit the ADS-B signal to a ground antenna in the United States but to do it over the horizon as well.
ADSB has also conducted a number of infrastructure expansion to support its ship building and retrofitting activities, for smaller and larger military vessels.
ADSB is building five of the six Corvettes ordered from France's Constructions Mecaniques de Normandie at a total cost of $817 million.
The project has helped ADSB strengthen its reputation as a world-class builder of various naval ships, particularly after the company won the contract for both 42-metre naval landing craft and two 16-metre fast landing craft in late 2008 against strong competition from international shipyards.
ADSB is a satellite-based system that allows aircraft to broadcast their position to others.
Leading the charge was none other than FAA Administrator Marion Blakey, who in early September used 5191 as an opportunity to push ADSB, the agency's latest and greatest automation scheme, saying it tells pilots which runway they're on and that might have alerted the crew in time to avert the disaster.