A startup that wants to build a mobile data network to fuel the Internet of Things is trying to convince regulators to let it use crucial airwaves.
Ligado makes its case:
The company says that a series of agreements with some of its former critics shows it’s solved many of the issues that plagued its previous iteration. “The top five GPS manufacturers and Ligado agree that Ligado’s operations and GPS consumers can coexist, and those agreements have been before the Commission for over eighteen months,” said Ashley Durmer, the company’s policy chief, in a statement. “We also have worked with the FAA and the aviation community to protect aviation safety by agreeing to meet all FAA standards related to certified devices.”
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