Birdstrikes at airports can be very costly to airports in terms of delays, increased insurance premiums and public safety. Currently the technology has been deployed and used by the USAF and NASA for real-time bird-aircraft avoidance and for airfield wildlife control. The advanced, solid-state, Doppler radar technology has been developed specifically for bird detection.
The system includes advanced “toolbox” developed in consultation with controllers and pilots for automated bird-aircraft strike risk alerting and wildlife management analysis and reporting.
The technology is supported by experienced FAA-qualified experts in airport wildlife planning and bird-aircraft strike risk management. The technology is expandable to provide drone and small UAV surveillance and interdiction.