Holographic radar will be tested by an UK company, Aveillant, in the middle of next year. This type of three-dimensional radar that has been applied to anti-terrorist and military systems are expected to help solve the conventional radar errors in reading the subject, such as aircraft position on the wind farm that suddenly appears in the display.
Holographic radar will be easily visible from all directions, so it can provide accurate data to be sent to the airport. It will form a small house near a wind farm. The equipment maintenance costs only slightly, so it will be imposed on operators of wind farms because it will not burden the wind farm operational.