BEYOND FALCONRY BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY: A NEW DEVICE FOR BIRD STRIKE HAZARD PREVENTION AT

Author: Dr. Valter Battistoni (1) , Dr. Alessandro Montemaggiori (2), Dr. Paolo Iori (3),

Year of Publication: 2008

Source: http://www.int-birdstrike.org/Brasil_Papers/IBSC28%20WP13.pdf

Publisher: ISBC

Place of Publication: Brazil

Volume: 28

Pages: 13

Language: English

Link to: Website

Click link to download the file: IBSC28 WP13.pdf (760.57 KB)

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Dr. Valter Battistoni (1), Dr. Alessandro Montemaggiori (2), Dr. Paolo Iori (3),
(1)BC & T – Birdstrike Consulting and Training – Former Chairman of Bird Strike Committee Italy- Via Su Furraghe A, 9 07040 Olmedo (Italy) Ph. & Fax +39 079 902316 - E-mail: battvtr@tiscali.it
(2)Ornithologist, ICAO and Italian Civil Aviation Authority’s Bird Strike Expert - Via Federico Tozzi, 9 - 00137 Roma (Italy) - E-mail: alessandro.montemaggiori@poste.it
(3) Project Designer of “Falco Robot GBRS” model - Frazione Calvenzano, via Bottega n. 33/d Vergato (BO), Italy – Ph. +39 0534 22244 - E-mail: info@birdraptor.com

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