Why your next trip to Mumbai airport may soon be a breeze
The MIAL statement said, "Aircraft moving on the airport surface, or airborne during approach or take-off, as well as ground vehicles can all now be visually tracked using a single unified interface." It added: "Aircraft and ground vehicle position and movement information such as the time of entry, exit, and average speed of motion, will be collected using the system's independent Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) and Multilateration (MLAT) sensors."
Operations at Mumbai airport are expected to be more efficient in the coming months. The airport operator has rolled out a web application to track real-time data on various activities at the aviation hub. Image source: DNA India