Smart Airports

The central dome of the airport would contain air terminals, maintenance facilities, service centers, and hotels. The runways are arranged in a radial configuration, which allows airplanes to easily take off into the prevailing winds and to avoid dangerous crosswind landings. Emergency stations are located at the edge of the runways, which are fully equipped with built-in fire fighting equipment and emergency arresting gear. All of the runways will be equipped with built in sprinkler systems in case of emergency. Passengers will be transported to and from the airport by underground conveyors.



In a sharing smart economy, more intelligent awareness can be put on air service, and transportation vehicles. Some aircraft will use vertical take-off & landing system with three synchronous turbines, which allow for unique futuristic transportation. Smart aircrafts can be controlled by quantum computing eliminating the need for ailerons, elevators, rudders, spoilers, flaps or any other mechanical controls. In addition to better maneuverability and aerodynamic qualities, this innovative technology will also serve as an anti-icing system. In the event of an emergency landing fuel will be ejected to prevent fires. These (VTOL) aircrafts are designed to lift passengers and freight by the use of ring-vortex air columns. VTOL aircraft will be propelled by a variety of techniques, from ducted fans to vectored jets.