The Daily Gazette
The Locally Owned Voice Of The Capital Region

GE looks to cloud computing to improve air traffic

Text Size: A | A

Engineers at General Electric's Global Research facility in Niskayuna are working to land airplanes on a more predictable schedule with the help of cloud technology. Cloud computing, which is used in everyday life by people to remotely store their music, photos, videos and other files, would be used by air traffic controllers, airlines and pilots to allow for a smoother sharing of real-time information that will help improve aircraft operations and airspace efficiency. Liling Ren, ...

You Must or Subscribe to Continue
subscribe to the Daily Gazette
Individual stories can be found and purchased from our Archives for $2.00

Enjoy this story? Share it!



There are currently no posts. Be the first to comment on this story.