Virtual towers gain real ground
Two key makers of remote air traffic control tower equipment report measured progress in introducing video-based alternative surveillance technologies to airport operators in search of enhanced situational awareness and lower operating costs. Sweden's Saab Sensis says it will begin in January a certification program for what will be the world's first remotely operated control tower at an operational airport, once approved by Swedish regulators in June or July 2013. “They had cost ...
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