Daily Archives: April 2, 2019

Mise en service du système Aireon(SM) : le début des opérations au-dessus de l’Atlantique nord marque un nouveau chapitre dans l’histoire de l’aviation

Pour la première fois, les contrôleurs de la navigation aérienne ont des données en temps réel sur la position des avions n’importe où dans le monde, y compris dans l’espace aérien jusque là non contrôlé MCLEAN, Virginie et LONDRES, 2 avril 2019 /PRNewswire/ — À compter d’aujourd’hui, Aireon, tout premier système mondial de surveillance de la […]

Aireon(SM) System Goes Live – Trial Operations Begin Over The North Atlantic Marking New Chapter In Aviation History

For the first time, air traffic controllers now have real-time data on the position of planes anywhere in the world, including previously un-surveilled airspace MCLEAN, Virginia and LONDON, April 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Effective today, Aireon, the first ever real-time, global air traffic surveillance system, is fully operational and in trial use over the North Atlantic. […]

The Last Major North American City Without Ride-hailing Just Found its Solution with Kater

Vancouver-based technology company, Kater, launched the beta phase for the city’s first ride-hailing app on March 30 VANCOUVER, April 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Kater Technologies Inc. launched the beta phase for Vancouver’s first ride-hailing app on March 30. The app connects users with safe, predictable and reliable rides-on-demand using their smartphones. Kater will launch its full fleet […]

Cyclone Idai Threat to Food Security, Health in Southern Africa

UNITED NATIONS As the flood waters recede in cyclone-hit southern Africa, officials are starting to assess medium- and longer-term requirements, including food security, health needs and improving disaster preparedness.”For 2019, food security is going…


“Without warning, the water started to get inside my house, I had no option but to jump on top of a nearby mango tree. In a few hours I gave birth to my baby girl Sara, on top of that mango tree.”Dombe, MANICA – “I was with my little 2-year-old son, wh…

Mozambique: Cyclone cholera outbreak turns deadly

BEIRA, The first cholera-related death has been confirmed in Mozambique’s port city of Beira, which is reeling from the aftermath of Cyclone Idai which hit the country earlier this month, health officials say.The number of cholera cases has almost doub…