In casting a net far and wide seeking solutions to the runway incursion problem, the FAA is particularly interested in the brand of unencumbered creativity that tends to spring from the minds of college students. That optimism in part is what is behind the safety agency's annual design competition, now in its eighth year. This year's winner in the runway safety category, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) students, devised an aid for the worst offenders in the runway incursion ...


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