A dozen European airports joined forces to support surface movement safety improvement programs under the European Union’s project in air traffic management modernization, SESAR.
The “Unifying Safety Nets & Surface Movement” alliance aims at “harmonizing and synchronizing” the deployment of safety systems at airports. Higher airport throughput, cost-effectiveness and environmental benefits are sought, too. The improvement programs started before the alliance was created and are at the implementation stage—most slated for completion in 2019 or 2020.
Collected and summarized from the source below by Giang Tan