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Bird Chesser / Drone

Bird Chesser
Bird Chesser

Bird strike is an air accident caused by a collision of algae on an aircraft in operation.
In many cases, accidents occur during takeoff and landing in low air currents where birds fly.
To prevent this, a person or robot makes a bird go far away from the runway.
This tells the flight crew if a bird is detected.
And this sends the birds away with a disgusting sound or an nemesis voice.
During the day, it recognizes birds and allows birds to hear their dislikes,
and at night they emit infrared lights to turn away birds

University

Hannam University

Hannam University
Daejeon, South Korea

Jo Ara,
Hannam University

Seunghee Seo,
Hannam University

Wanki Kim ,
Hannam University

SoYeon Na ,
Hannam University