hin930 --> All it takes is ONE hacker.......
Peter Coombs --> That scary feeling you had is probably knowing that no one is actually there, at the airport to manually guide pilots in during a catastrophic failure. So, what would be different if power fails in the tower grid or a terrorist attack? Well, with battery backed-up radios or even cell phones on a different power structure, you could possibly cobble together a means of talking them down, especially the ones that might not be able to conserve their remaining fuel and fly to any nearby functioning field. But, that would require 'eyes on the ground' and not 80 miles away. And by eyes, I mean trained flight controllers. But, by comparison to distances of other places like Russia, China, and even the U.S.A., airports in Britain and the E.U. are closer together and able to take up any slack, so no worries? You could always call John McClane. ;-)
Mikosch2 --> Wait, they have Airport Madness 3D in real life now? Let me play too! Don't worry, I'll enter a cheat code so planes won't crash!
Ragoons GG --> mmmmmmmm nice blue LED desks. I wonder if they have RGB headsets too
K California --> Fun fact: I live where LAX is controlled... also... 60 miles away.
sasawedx --> Legendary timing at the end with the plane taking off
Avantime --> The mast should be climb-able so in a failure scenario someone can climb up and use a transceiver to relay information. Night vision/FLIR should also be implemented to provide additional AR functionality.
Tom Scott --> Just to reiterate what I said in the video: this isn't sponsored. I'll always declare, obviously, if a video is!
Edgar --> What if it gets hacked and Brazzers porn 4k is shown???
Lemon Chief --> Well this doesn't really solve,the biggest issue. Humans. I don't think it's advanced enough yet. It should be able to show more relevant informations to avoid mistakes. This to me is just a window with more delay.