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Aircraft anti-collision system developed at TCD

A new warning system to cut down on the number of collisions between aircraft on the ground at airports has been invented at Trinity College, Dublin The college was approached in 2006 to look into the issue by an Aer Lingus pilot, Captain William But

16th October, 2010

A new warning system to cut down on the number of collisions between aircraft on the ground at airports has been invented at Trinity College, Dublin The college was approached in 2006 to look into the issue by an Aer Lingus pilot, Captain William Butler, who expressed concern over the risks of aircraft collisions.

Bigger aircraft and congestion at airports have led to a spike in collision rates.

According to the international Flight Safety Foundation, on-the...

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