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Case Study: Schiphol Airport


How Europe’s Third Busiest Airport Keeps Bird Strikes at Bay

Schiphol Airport is large – it has six runways and handles more than 100 flights an hour. Even with binoculars, its bird control team was struggling to identify targets at a distance, especially in low visibility conditions. It needed a better way to monitor bird activity across the entire airport.

So, they turned to Robin Radar Systems for a solution.

In our case study, you’ll discover how Schiphol was able to measure and mitigate bird strikes much more effectively by implementing our 3D radar system.

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