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Ensuring aerodrome development processes and using sensory networks

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Using new technology to track service movement and logistics equipment, passengers or wild animals in the airport area can significantly reduce runway incursion occurrence. Sensor implementation networks will allow for foreign entity identification in a timely manner and take measures to prevent unauthorized access to the track. Modern technologies, which include sensor networks, multifunctional camera systems and radio frequency identification access chips facilitate the creation of complex safety nets at active points and on access roads. Due to their mobility and possible changes in range and direction, sensory networks are an effective method for achieving the desired level of security. Combining elements of modern technology creates space for automated airport security. Security risk portfolios are now defined for 10 different operating domains and give advice to the decision-making process, which the European Plan for Aviation Safety (EPAS) has supported. The aim of the article is to analyse safety in commercial air transport for the period 2006-2015 in comparison with 2016 and propose a method that would reduce the number of incidents through sensor networks and using texture analysis.
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  • Department of Air Force, Faculty of Military Technology, University of Defence in Brno, Kounicova 65 Street, 662 10 Brno, Czech Republic,
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