With radar watching from afar and the Internet communicating everything in the system, remote traffic towers will have the capability to watch hundreds of aircrafts at several airfields at once. The interpretation of data will be automated, with personnel checking the positions and ready to intervene if something goes wrong. How will this remote system report a problem – aside from pilot reporting?
Sooner or later, we will be traveling between airports that have no personnel in the field tower directing traffic. In several airports that have been tested for over two years, the system has been reliable and accurate. Find out in the article "Remote towers: training, contingencies top the list", where and when the future of digital aerodrome towers will happen: