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Runway Monitoring and Runway Debris Monitoring System

Airfield / Runway Surveillance & FOD (Foreign Object & Debris) Detection System

The presence of FOD (Foreign Object Debris) on airport runways, taxiways, aprons and ramps poses a significant threat to the safety of air travel. FOD has the potential to damage aircraft during critical phases of flight, which can lead to catastrophic loss of life and airframe, and increased maintenance and operating costs. FOD hazards can be reduced, however, by the use of FOD detection equipment.

Our N8XT Generation System is designed based on international SARPs (Standards And Recommended Practices)

FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) AC (Advisory Circular) No. 150/5220-24 dated 30 September 2009 for Airport Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Detection Equipment
FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) AC (Advisory Circular) No. 150/5210-24 dated 30 September 2010 for Airport Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Management
EUROCAE (The European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment) MASPS (Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification) for Foreign Object Debris Detection System ED-235 dated February 2016
ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS) – Aerodromes (Doc 9981), Second Edition, 2016
ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) – Annex 14 – Volume 1 – Aerodromes Design and Operations, Eighth Edition, July 2018
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