by Stephanie Faris
The Irish Aviation Authority recently announced that last summer’s air traffic control trials were a success, paving the way for controllers to manage multiple towers from one location. The remote air traffic control study began with IAA installing towers, sensors and cameras at three locations, connecting each of them to one room in Dublin. For the technology to be rolled out officially, though, there will need to be more safety assessments, as well as approval by local and European regulators.
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