Aircraft and their crew
The Harmony Technology can help in two very different ways here:
As any airline operator already knows very well, one of their major difficulties is crew fatigue requiring reserve personnel and causing flight delays and cancellations.
What is less well known is that the problem has three aspects:
1) Increased background radiation at height.
2) Electro smog generated not only by the enormous amount of cables in the aeroplane fuselage but also microwaves.
3) “Leaping” from one country to another. As each country will, normally, have its own basic harmonics, this leaping can produce severe system disruption.
An aeroplane both uses the air for lift and fights against it for speed. Improving the order of the interface between aircraft and air gives the apparent paradox of both increased lift and reduced resistance. Pilots also report that the craft feel lighter and more responsive in the air. Significant fuel savings are to be expected.
A single Harmony device is all that is needed to both neutralise the problems for crew (and passengers, i.e. me!) on an Airbus 320 or Boeing 727. We have not, as yet, had the opportunity to test on larger aircraft.