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Problems for new FAA computers
Washington, USA - The system confused two airplanes in Salt Lake City airport
The new FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) computer systems failed in the first attempt to use them at an air traffic control center in Salt Lake City, Utah, raising doubts about the possibility to have them implemented in 20 regional control centers by the end of 2010. After only 9 hours of operations, the computers confused two airplanes, and for this reason they have been immediately shut...
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