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Black flying drones frequently appear in airports. Who will ensure the safety of civil airliner flights?
At around 22:30 on February 4, the Civil Aviation Forum of China published a
graphic message on a social networking site that an aircraft at Nanyuan Airport encountered a Kongming lamp. The picture shows a damaged pair of engines hanging on the engine blades of an aircraft Kongming lamp.
Soon after, the official Weibo news of China United Airlines Co., Ltd.
reported that on the evening of February 4, when the KN5837 Nanyuan-Nanyang
flight was taxiing on the taxiway, the crew found a suspected Kongming lamp and
immediately reported to the tower to stop taxiing and shut down the engine in time. Due to the natural suction of the engine, Kong Ming was sucked into the left engine. Due to the correct measures taken by the crew and decisive and
timely disposal, fortunately no aircraft damage was caused.
The airspace around the airport was supposed to be a "no-go zone" for civilian aircraft. However, the recent frequent airspace incursions have sounded the alarm for us: Civil aviation safety is not a trivial matter. Once a
collision occurs, the consequences will be unimaginable.
Counter UAV system can detect, track and automatically alarm the UAV flying into the no-fly zone, and force the UAV to land in the designated position by means of countermeasures and takeover. The Counter UAV system mainly consists of two parts: UAV detection and UAV countermeasures. Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)
detection adopts passive positioning and USES array antenna to detect, discover
and track UAV signals. The UAV defense system adopt the directional control
means of remote control link and data transmission link, forcing the UAV to land
and tracing the source of the "unregistered fly".