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Simulator evaluation of the final approach spacing tool
Davis, Thomas J.
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas J. Davis, Heinz Erzberger, and Steven M. Green.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 102807.|
|Contributions||Erzberger, Heinz., Green, Steven M., Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14 p.|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Get this from a library. Simulator evaluation of the final approach spacing tool. [Thomas J Davis; Heinz Erzberger; Steven M Green; Ames Research Center.]. (May ) Simulator Evaluation of the Final Spacing Tool, NASA TM Approach Picardi, M.
Risk Reduction Test Number 1 Report: FDAD Static Symbology Demonstration of FAST, 41PM-TATCA, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, by: 3. In parallel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Lincoln Laboratory (MIT/LL) is refining and testing the software, including the Computer-Human Interface (CHI).
This paper focuses on the CHI designed by MIT/LL for the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST) part of CTAS. The FAST design approach, CHI development and operational concept is presented.
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Quinn, C. M., and Robinson III, J. E., "A Human Factors Evaluation of Active Final Approach Spacing Tool Concepts," 3rd USA/Europe Air Traffic Management R&D Seminar, Napoli, Italy, June + Read Abstract + Download PDF Version.
Summary. A shortfall in terminal capacity has become evident in the mature air transportation networks of the United States and Europe. ATM innovations can play a role in alleviating this capacity shortfall, especially at airports where new runways cannot be built because of space limitations or Cited by: 2.
The Development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): A Cooperative Controller-Engineer Design Approach IFAC Proceedings Volumes, Vol. 28, No. 21 Simulator and flight tests on aerospace plane long-period control and flying qualitiesCited by: Simulator evaluation of the final approach spacing tool by: Davis, Thomas J.
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Simulator evaluation. This paper describes the design and simulator evaluation of an automation tool for assisting terminal radar approach controllers in sequencing and spacing traffic onto the final approach course.
Quinn, C., & Robinson, J. E., III. A human factors evaluation of active final approach spacing tool concepts. Proceedings of the 3rd USA/Europe Air Traffic Management R&D Seminar.
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FAF — Final Approach Fix. FAP — Final Approach Point. FAPM — FTS Associate Program Manager. FAR — Federal Aviation Regulation. FAST — Final Approach Spacing Tool.
FATO — Final Approach and Take Off. FAX — Facsimile Equipment. FBO — Fixed Base Operator. FBS — Fall Back Switch. FCC — Federal Communications Commission. FCLT. A&E Architecture and Engineering A/C Aircraft A/G Air to Ground A/H Altitude/Height AAA Airport Airspace Analysis AAC Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center AADC.
An airborne tool has been developed based on the concept of an aircraft maintaining a time-based spacing interval from the preceding aircraft. The Advanced Terminal Area Approach Spacing (ATAAS) tool uses AutomaticCited by: 8. The following list of Aviation Abbreviations are the most common in the aviation industry.
Please select the first letter of the word from the list above to jump to appropriate section of the glossary. ACFS Advanced Concepts Flight Simulator (a generic "glass cockpit") ACK Acknowledge.
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Simulator Study of Signs for A Complex Interchange and Complex Interchange Spreadsheet Tool *Indicates not included in the spreadsheet evaluation. SPREADSHEET TOOL. Table 20 shows the final scores for each study site. Sites are listed in order of descending complexity based on the judgment of the research team.
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