ScioTeq and EAVISE test innovative sensors at Kortrijk-Wevelgem airport
Last Monday, Kortrijk technology company ScioTeq and the KU Leuven research group EAVISE have taken a new step forward in civil aviation safety. At Kortrijk-Wevelgem International Airport, they have collected data using so-called LIDAR sensors. This data will be used to develop new technologies that can make the movements of an aircraft on the ground, such as taxiing or the run-up during takeoff, safer.
The world’s premier meeting ground for the Armoured Vehicles community
Annually attracting 1000 delegates from over 40 nations, conference attendance spans the full armoured vehicles ecosystem. From military and government leadership to senior industry solution providers drawn from both the major vehicles OEMS and the supply chain involved in producing the state-of-the-art technologies integrated into the vehicles of the future. An important cross-section to gather and address the question: “how will we fight in the future?”