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Our cutting-edge radar protects organisations from bird and drone threats. Read our blog to learn more.

man directing plane to land

26 October 2021

Getting Financial Approval for Aviation Radar Systems Post-COVID

The global COVID-19 pandemic crippled industries across the world. But few were worse hit than the aviation industry. With sweeping travel bans, border closures, and lockdowns, travel ground to a decisive halt.  As we begin to see light at the end of the tunnel, airlines are broadening their focus and looking for avenues of protection against other, more pertinent airborne threats. Bird and drone strikes have always posed a threat to aircraft, but the frequency of related incidents is increasing.  So, what are the barriers to investment in cutting-edge technology that prevents these threats from happening? 

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Offshore wind farm

24 August 2021

5 Reasons Why Every Offshore Wind Farm Needs a Radar micro shelter

The harsh, offshore environment presents new and unique challenges to radar maintenance, upkeep, and performance. Radars are used at offshore wind farms to monitor and assess the farm’s environmental impact, particularly on birds and their habitats, accurately and safely. Their ability to be present and running on-site 24/7 makes them critically important to remotely controlling the turbines and reducing bird mortality.

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birds migrating

27 April 2021

Why Bird Migration Poses a Challenge for Wind Farms

It's estimated that around 4,000 species of birds regularly migrate, which amounts to 40% of the total bird population worldwide. But due to an increasing lack of space, the best wind farm locations often overlap with migration routes. If poorly sited or ineffectively monitored, wind farms can create considerable problems for migrating birds. They can disrupt crucial migration routes, cause collisions, and increase bird fatalities. 

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