Police pilot demonstrates ADS-B

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Aaron Smith, Chief Pilot at the Prince George’s County Police department’s aviation division, based in Maryland, US, explains in the new video by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) how ADS-B has helped and enhanced his flying whilst on missions for the department and when he was a military pilot.

He demonstrates the ADS-B system in his aircraft, explain how it can be of use in a busy airspace.

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