From the layman’s perspective, few of the many cogs that keep planes in the sky and airports running safely could use a 21st-century upgrade more than the age-old air traffic control tower. Saab unveiled its vision of the future last year with its remote tower (or r-TWR) — a system that provides a 360-degree live video feed of an airport to offsite monitoring stations.
As GPS systems begin to supplement or replace radar, traditional modes of tracking flights should be revisited, and this doesn’t seem like a bad start.
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