Robin Radar

We make sure that airplanes fly and birds stay alive

Commissioned by Robin Radar Systems, we developed the drone viewer app and the bird viewer app. With this we support technology for signaling birds and drones, and even distinguishing the types of drones.

Avoid collisions between groups of birds and aeroplanes

A collision between a group of birds and an aeroplane is more dangerous than you think. Commissioned by Robin Radar Systems, we developed the Drone Viewer App and the Bird Viewer App. The app supports technology to alert users to drones and birds, keep them out of the flying area and thus prevent a collision.

 

The challenge

The sky around airports has always been busy with birds and planes. In recent years, the number of drones sharing the same airspace has also increased significantly. When birds and drones come near airports, this can cause dangerous situations. Robin Radar Systems makes radars to detect drones and large groups of birds. These radars are everywhere, but the app that allowed air traffic controllers to interpret this data was outdated. Here’s how we could help.

If there’s any collaboration you can call a win-win, this is that. I always get excited when I hear there will be more feature request for the apps from Robin Radar.

Mad Mirrajabi, projectleider Innovattic

Working with skilled software developers while having fun!

Michiel de Leeuw, Robin Radar

The Mobile Viewer allows us to directly link observations in the field with observations from 3D bird radar Max. This represents an important expansion of the application possibilities of the 3D bird radar for ecological research.

Jonne Kleyheeg-Hartman, Bureau Waardenburg

The solution

Schiphol air traffic controllers use the radars of Robin Radar Systems to obtain information about flight movements within 10 km of the airport. We developed the Drone Viewer App and Bird Viewer App that present this data through a user-friendly interface. In this way, air traffic controllers and bird chasers have the tools they need to monitor the airspace and take action when necessary.

 

The execution

Robin Radar Systems had already developed a version 1.0 of the app. They needed someone more experienced in app development - and Innovattic were happy to help. Throughout the project, we have always been critical and transparent towards each other. Not only did the product improve as a result, but the collaboration was pretty enjoyable too. Together we found ways to optimize the development process. We started with a version 2.0 of the app and there is already a version 4.0.

 

The result

Air traffic controllers receive a signal as soon as a large group of birds, such as geese, fly within a radius of 10 km from Schiphol. The bird chasers immediately get into their cars, which have large horns that make a lot of noise to scare the birds away. This prevents a collision with an aircraft and the birds can continue to fly. Not only are air traffic controllers very happy with this, but the Nature Conservancy also thinks it’s a good solution.

Lauwerens Metz

Want to know more about Robin Radar?

Please contact Lauwerens. He can tell you all about Innovattic's expertise in creating digital projects with great social impact, just like Robin Radar Systems.

 

Lauwerens
06 10 70 27 11
lauwerens@innovattic.com

Robin Radar

We make sure that airplanes fly and birds stay alive

Commissioned by Robin Radar Systems, we developed the drone viewer app and the bird viewer app. With this we support technology for signaling birds and drones, and even distinguishing the types of drones.

Avoid collisions between groups of birds and aeroplanes

A collision between a group of birds and an aeroplane is more dangerous than you think. Commissioned by Robin Radar Systems, we developed the Drone Viewer App and the Bird Viewer App. The app supports technology to alert users to drones and birds, keep them out of the flying area and thus prevent a collision.

 

The challenge

The sky around airports has always been busy with birds and planes. In recent years, the number of drones sharing the same airspace has also increased significantly. When birds and drones come near airports, this can cause dangerous situations. Robin Radar Systems makes radars to detect drones and large groups of birds. These radars are everywhere, but the app that allowed air traffic controllers to interpret this data was outdated. Here’s how we could help.

The solution

Schiphol air traffic controllers use the radars of Robin Radar Systems to obtain information about flight movements within 10 km of the airport. We developed the Drone Viewer App and Bird Viewer App that present this data through a user-friendly interface. In this way, air traffic controllers and bird chasers have the tools they need to monitor the airspace and take action when necessary.

 

The execution

Robin Radar Systems had already developed a version 1.0 of the app. They needed someone more experienced in app development - and Innovattic were happy to help. Throughout the project, we have always been critical and transparent towards each other. Not only did the product improve as a result, but the collaboration was pretty enjoyable too. Together we found ways to optimize the development process. We started with a version 2.0 of the app and there is already a version 4.0.

 

The result

Air traffic controllers receive a signal as soon as a large group of birds, such as geese, fly within a radius of 10 km from Schiphol. The bird chasers immediately get into their cars, which have large horns that make a lot of noise to scare the birds away. This prevents a collision with an aircraft and the birds can continue to fly. Not only are air traffic controllers very happy with this, but the Nature Conservancy also thinks it’s a good solution.

If there’s any collaboration you can call a win-win, this is that. I always get excited when I hear there will be more feature request for the apps from Robin Radar.

Mad Mirrajabi, projectleider Innovattic

Working with skilled software developers while having fun!

Michiel de Leeuw, Robin Radar

The Mobile Viewer allows us to directly link observations in the field with observations from 3D bird radar Max. This represents an important expansion of the application possibilities of the 3D bird radar for ecological research.

Jonne Kleyheeg-Hartman, Bureau Waardenburg

Lauwerens Metz

Want to know more about Robin Radar?

Please contact Lauwerens. He can tell you all about Innovattic's expertise in creating digital projects with great social impact, just like Robin Radar Systems.

 

Lauwerens
06 10 70 27 11
lauwerens@innovattic.com

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