Two European companies are producing bird-like aerial vehicles and vying to find a slot in the worldwide market to solve the growing safety threat posed by birds and other wildlife congregating near airports. BV Greenx of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, offers robotic versions of the bald eagle, peregrine falcon and hawk to oust nesting birds. Bird Raptor Internacional S.L. of Spain has tested and produced Falco GBRS, which stands for gregarious bird removal system. The companies make the ...
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