Aerospace Engineering Area University of León/Spain

This low cost non-intrusive method allows the assessment of the real wind conditions in the airfield both visually and computationally by tracking helium filled bubbles along their ascending path. The system can remotely track bubble clusters up to 300 m height, reaching very good accuracy after filtering the readouts from several cameras. This is an interesting solution for researchers in air traffic management or unmanned vehicle operations for the last phase of the mission, were incidents concentrate.

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