Pilot Identification System
There are no existing devices or technologies that alert authorities when an unauthorized person has taken control of an aircraft.
This pilot identification technology employs a combination of radio-frequency identity tag (RFID) technology and a small programmable system integrated into the radio and aircraft systems. The system consists of a pair of unique ID tags located on the pilot and copilot. When the air craft is being properly operated, the tags will be in close proximity to a transmitter or receiver that has a narrow path and limited range. Signals between the two sensors verify the identity and authority of the pilot in operation. In the event that an unauthorized pilot is in control, a message would be transmitted to authorities and an immediate response could be implemented. This technology could also be implemented in automobiles, trains, subways and freight vehicles—especially those with hazardous or high-value cargo.
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