Airports Soar with New Technology for Safety and Operational Excellence

Airports Soar with New Technology for Safety and Operational Excellence

US airports face the challenge of complying with the FAA's Safety Management System rule, necessitating better incident detection and reporting, particularly in outdoor areas like runways and taxiways. Traditional methods of supervision prove cumbersome and error-prone, prompting airports to adopt affordable micro-location technology, such as IoT sensors and wearable locators, for real-time asset tracking. A major Midwest airport has implemented Volan's geofencing solution, which exemplifies this approach, offering instant breach alerts and detailed data for investigations.
Meeting New FAA Safety Requirements Modern Technology Provides the Answer Blog Post

Meeting New FAA Safety Requirements? Modern Technology Provides the Answer 

Airports are taking a hard look at modern technology solutions to help meet the FAA's new extensive Safety Management System requirements. This 60-page ruling mandates that airports significantly improve their detection, analysis, data capture and reporting of safety incidents to maintain compliance. Volan has the answer.
Navigating the New FAA Regulations - The Rise of Data-Driven Airport Operations

Navigating the New FAA Regulations: The Rise of Data-Driven Airport Operations

One of the major challenges in airport operations post-April 2023 is ensuring compliance with increased FAA regulations mandating comprehensive reporting and data collection for all incidents. Volan positioning system can provide automatic data collection capabilities, seamlessly meeting these regulations.