Hangar rash

January 2, 2013 - 12:50am

Wingspan Systems has announced RampTrack, a new ground accident avoidance system intended to help prevent ramp and hangar accidents by tracking aircraft on the ground and issuing a warning if they are at risk of striking a building, aircraft, vehicle or person. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Banyan Air Service will be the launch customer. The system uses redundant sensors, intelligent software and visual and aural alarms to reduce the chance of hangar rash due to contact with toolboxes or ground tugs while relocating or taxiing aircraft.

November 12, 2012 - 1:30pm

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based FBO Banyan Air Service will be the launch customer for a new ground accident avoidance system. RampTrack by Wingspan Systems is supposed to help prevent ramp and hangar accidents by tracking aircraft on the ground and warning operators if they are at risk of striking a building, another aircraft, vehicle or person.

Using redundant sensors, intelligent software, visual and aural alarms, the system reduces the chance of hangar rash due to contact with toolboxes or ground tugs while relocating or taxiing aircraft.

November 1, 2012 - 11:27am

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based FBO Banyan Air Service will be the launch customer for a new ground accident avoidance system. RampTrack, by Wingspan Systems, will help prevent ramp and hangar accidents by tracking aircraft on the ground and issuing a warning if they are at risk of striking a building, another aircraft, vehicle or person. Using redundant sensors, intelligent software and visual as well as aural alarms, the system reduces the chance of hangar rash due to contact with toolboxes or ground tugs while aircraft are being moved or taxiing.

 
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