In the desert in the United Arab Emirates, a team has surveyed the navigation-relevant airport infrastructure at a new airport, from which specialists will then define safe approach and departure procedures. We will carry out the same measuring task in Naussau/Bahamas in 2 weeks.
Further information on these so-called WGS84 Surveys can be found here.
At the same time, a colleague of the SwissMonitor team has installed an automatic monitoring measurement in Zermatt at the Rothorn ropeway, that would immediately detect and alarm any movements of the support.
Together with the GPS sensors already installed on this support, ski tourists and mountain railway operators are on the absolutely safe side, because both the new airstrip in the United Arab Emirates and the mountain railway in Zermatt are of course Safety First!
We are proud that we can support these infrastructure operators with our services.
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08. 01. 2020
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Explora topic "Fascinating bird's eye view"
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