The Tech Making Airport Towers Obsolete | WSJ Booked

Hidden in the base of the control tower at London’s Heathrow Airport lies a development lab where AI algorithms and high definition cameras are beginning to redefine how air traffic controllers operate and whether there needs to be a tower at all.

WSJ’s George Downs explores how digital machine learning towers work and if the technology could replace the traditional tower and air traffic controllers.

0:00 Digital AI tower
0:46 How digital towers work
3:00 Why digital?
4:38 Why digital towers are not in America

Your trip may be booked, but there are hundreds of people and processes that help you travel to where you need to go. From airport logistics to cruise ship procedures, WSJ’s Booked peels back the curtain on the travel industry, guiding viewers behind-the-scenes through the lens of industry experts.

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