X-Sight Systems Automated FOD Detection System - to Keep Ultimate Safety in Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport's Runways
X-Sight Systems FODetect® Automated Foreign Object Debris Detection System has been successfully deployed and handed over to Airports of Thailand at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK)
X-Sight Systems (Xsight) is proud to announce the handover of the FODetect system to Airports of Thailand (AOT). The system deployment process at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport's (BKK) two runways lasted five months and was handed over after the system successfully passed a Site Acceptance Tests according to the FAA regulation for FOD detection equipment.
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Foreign Object Debris (FOD) refers to any misplaced objects found on airport surfaces that could damage aircrafts, engines, tires or fuselage, presenting a risk to passenger safety, disrupting airport services, and leading to expensive repairs. FODetect is a leading automated FOD detection technology and has been tested by the FAA at Boston's Logan International airport. FODetect was found to meet or exceed the highest level of performance in every parameter required by FAA regulation.
As Mr. Nutt, the Vice President of Aviation Safety at AOT notes: "Safety and security have and always will be our top priority. We are proud to utilize a cutting edge automated FOD detection technology. BKK will offer its operators, airlines and passengers the ultimate in runway safety."
Mr. Alon Nitzan President and CEO of X-Sight Systems states: "We are delighted to handover the FODetect system to AOT. By choosing to equip their runways with Xsight's innovative hybrid sensing solution, BKK has demonstrated a heightened commitment for safety by preventing FODmishaps. The installed system already detected a hazardous FOD on one of the runways at the airport, which was retrieved immediately and demonstrated the system's efficiency while contributing to runway safety."
Source : X-Sight Systems