This technology would be an advanced sensor grid that gathers data about the geospatial characteristics of the airspace near airports, such that the sensors gather data beyond the capabilities of surveillance cameras. The geospatial sensor grid would be able to identify all objects in the air, even if the object uses cloaking technologies, and even if the object is a small bird that would normally be difficult to see on surveillance footage. The reason why the cloak technology doesn’t hide aircraft from the geospatial sensor grid, is because the sensor grid accounts for all geospatial areas rather than looking for objects that return radar signals. The geospatial sensor grid is the equivalence of a 100% radar of every speck of air, all the time.
Technologies could be used to zap natural birds to make the natural birds change flight direction in response to the tingling / electrical feeling that is undesirable. The zap level could be programmed differently for different sizes of natural birds, to ensure the natural birds are not being given too much of a zap. With the geospatial sensor grid, the system would be able to identify what type of natural bird, and even specifications including the health of the natural bird, because the geospatial sensor grid collects the information based on the occupancy of space rather than a picture stream of a video camera, or a feedback signal from a radar system. While video camera surveillance and radar systems may still be used, the geospatial sensor grid could go through testing to determine how to improve the system with improved sensory data.