We in the aviation world are quick to beg, borrow and steal procedural innovations in the name of safety. When one operator innovates, other airlines and flight departments are quick to follow suit. Pilots are eager to share techniques, knowing one aviator’s idea can save lives worldwide. We are, to say the least, selfless in the pursuit of safer skies. But are we casting our nets wide enough to capture every good idea out there? The next time you board a train in Japan, you might ...

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