For more than six years, the Capstone program has worked to improve flight safety in Alaska, primarily through the ADS-B deployment, and has shown good results - a sharp decrease in the frequency of accidents by 40% compared to non- ADS-B-equipped aircraft. As a result, the successful experience of Alaska and the developed GA in the states (according to
AOPA, these are California, Texas, Florida, District of Columbia, Ohio, Arizona, etc.) contributed to the scaling of solutions. As part of the US Air Navigation Development Program NextGEN, ADS-B UAT technology is becoming one of the most important links. UAT is the first of the ADS-B standards to be certified in the USA, and the network of ADS-B stations covers almost the entire territory of the country.