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Project name:

Camera for the detection of dangerous objects in the airports airways

Status: Idea
Creation date: 22-11-2021

Project objectives:

Summary

A Greek company, active in the field of thermal imaging, is offering a camera which can detect Foreign Object Debris (FODs) in the landing and take-off runways of airports. The SME seeks to offer its product to commercial partners active in the field of electronic equipment for aircrafts or directly to airports, which are interested installing the system, under commercial agreements with technical assistance.

Description

A Greek company active in the field of thermal imaging has designed and developed a camera that is able to detect Foreign Object Debris (FODs) in the landing and take-off runways of airports. The removal of such objects is a major challenge for the safety of airports in order to avoid serious incidents. The device is able to function both during day and night. It may be installed in the special cars, which inspect the runways of airport. The system has proven to be effective even when those cars run at a high speed, reaching 80 km/h. It has also been tested in multiple cases both in Greece and abroad.

The company is interested in collaboration with companies active in the field of electronic equipment for aircrafts. It is also open for collaboration with airports which are interested directly to install the system. In both cases under commercial agreement with technical assistance.

Advantages & innovations

- The device has a much lower price than other existing solutions, - It is user friendly with a one button operation, - No training is required, - It pairs with everyday smart devices and there is no need for permanent display units, - It incorporates a battery operated USB charger and there is no need for an electric supply system, - It has wireless operation and there is no need for permanent installation, - Maintenance is offered for free, - It weights less than 300grm. It has electronic transmission with consumption less than 100mW (as measured under the EASA CS-SC403a and CAA CAP 1369 standards).

Stage of development

Already on the market

Contact / source: Enterprise Europe Network (europa.eu)

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