Skolkovo resident develops added reality for flight safety

Skolkovo resident develops added reality for flight safetyAviaReal, a Russian company, is developing in Skolkovo its added reality projects, all aimed at enhancing flight safety and improving air traffic control

AviaReal, a Russian company, is developing in Skolkovo its added reality projects, all aimed at enhancing flight safety and improving air traffic control. The developer is seeking investment and hopes to take its solutions to the global market, the Skolkovo Foundation website reported. The company?s flagship products are reportedly designed to help the key categories of personnel involved in ensuring flight safety and control. The products could be used across countries in any sizable airport, and also as part of in-flight equipment. Potential customers are believed to include airlines, airport operators, pilot training centers, avionics developers, as well as private owners of small aircraft. AviaReal says the global market for products like its new systems is around $20bn. According to the company?s estimates, there are more than 350,000 big and small passenger aircraft and in excess of 6,000 large airports, each serving more than 5,000 passengers a day...