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Protecting animals, Protecting industries
Protecting animals, Protecting industries

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Thanks to one biologist's work, the Federal Aviation Administration now requires that cell towers be built with only flashing lights.

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Lite Enterprises is prepared to join the future of flying in 2017!

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Lite Enterprises is prepared to join the future of flying in 2017!

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This time last year, Kopp Glass featured Lite Enterprises on their annual review of the Illuminating Engineering Society Aviation Lighting Committee (IESALC) meeting.

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ABC 13's investigation of bird strikes on December 5th has some unique statistics to share.

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An exciting collaboration is in the works with Tuskegee University’s Materials Science & Engineering department to address the mitigation of bird strikes to the windscreen of helicopters. Tuskegee University’s novel polymer nanocomposite materials show promise in producing stronger windscreens that can work in sync with Lite Enterprises’ bird-deterring UV lights.
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How does the Salt Lake City airport deal with the danger of bird strikes?

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Our latest unmanned aircraft system (UAS) flight tests with wildlife deterrence devices during peak bird migratory season in Cape May, NJ.

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Read our latest take on how the new blockbuster film "Sully" informs bird strike prevention.

Lite Enterprises' presentation at the 2016 Bird Strike Committee USA Meeting received a high level of interest by the +300 attendees. Thank you for the insightful Q&A session and conversation afterwards. We are looking forward to continuing our efforts this October to document the effectiveness of the use of high brightness mono-colored LED technology in achieving our goal!
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