India has joined a growing number of countries looking to the skies to improve their safety, after the country’s train operator used satellite technology to alert road users of trains approaching trains at crossings. Indian Railways is undergoing a trial with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to use satellites outside of the earth’s atmosphere to sound horns at unmanned crossings. ISRO and Indian Railways have been working on India’s project since June 2017, which involves the ...
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