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Fb2 Conditions for an airport operator to make use of an advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS) for the provision of apron management service ePub

by Sascha Hissler

Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: Sascha Hissler
ISBN: 3640852818
ISBN13: 978-3640852819
Language: English
Publisher: GRIN Publishing (March 29, 2011)
Pages: 104
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The system is aimed to assist the ground controllers in managing the traffic situation on the movement area in all weather conditions.

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. The system is aimed to assist the ground controllers in managing the traffic situation on the movement area in all weather conditions.

Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System. ICAO Doc 9830: Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Manual).

Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System is a system at airports having a surveillance infrastructure consisting of a Non-Cooperative Surveillance (. SMR, Microwave Sensors, Optical Sensors et. and Cooperative Surveillance (. Multilateration systems).

This ministry licences the airport as such as well as the safe provision of apron management service including the use of procedures and technical systems like A-SMGCS.

If ANSP are using a system like A- SMGCS under safety aspects, they have to undergo a licensing process according to SES-regulations and are licenced by the national supervisory authority. The airport itself is licenced by the appropriate approving authority of the federal state. This ministry licences the airport as such as well as the safe provision of apron management service including the use of procedures and technical systems like A-SMGCS. The conditions for this approval are subject of the Master's Thesis. eKitabı Satın Al. Liste Fiyatı.

apron management service - chaftler (Univ. The Four Levels of Implementation .

Conditions for an airport operator to make use of an advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS) for the provision of apron management service - chaftler (Univ. Master of Aviation Management Sascha Hissler - Master's Thesis - Engineering - Aerospace Technology - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay. A-SMGCS Level 1 & 2 .

Surface Movement Guidance Control System facilitates the safe movement of aircraft and vehicles on the airport . Having a SMGCS program is voluntary for an airport, so it is expected that once a working group is assembled, a thorough airport- specific SMGCS plan will be created.

Surface Movement Guidance Control System facilitates the safe movement of aircraft and vehicles on the airport by establishing more rigorous control procedures and requiring enhanced visual aids.

This new regulation allows airport operators to continue with providing apron management service - but they have to. .Other books in this category.

This new regulation allows airport operators to continue with providing apron management service - but they have to "declare their capability" for offering this service within the certification process of the aerodrome. An advanced surface movement guidance and control system is one important tool for providing this service at large and complex airports  .

1 surface movement guidance and control system (SMGCS) operations. 1 Current SMGCS procedures are based primarily on the principle see and be seen to maintain spacing between aircraft and/or vehicles on the aerodrome movement area. However, the number of accidents and incidents during surface movements, including runway incursions, are increasing. 5 Complex traffic flows may require an A-SMGCS to function as a surface management system providing for the planning and management of all aircraft and authorized vehicles on the movement area, interfacing with the air traffic management (ATM) system.

3 DOCUMENT CHARACTERISTICS TITLE Advanced Surface Movement, Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) . It is printable and may be used as guidance for each project member conducting a dedicated task.

It shall provide guidance on activities to be considered, depending on the local set-up of such an implementation project.

Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Engineering - Aerospace Technology, grade: 1,3, University of Applied Sciences Wildau (WIT Wildau Institute of Technology), course: Aviation Management, language: English, abstract: With the amendment of the European Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 by the new Regulation (EC) No 1108/2009 (into force since 14 December 2009), the area of competency of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is progressively extended towards a "total system approach" including ATM, ANS as well as airport safety and interoperability. This new regulation allows airport operators to continue with providing apron management service - but they have to "declare their capability" for offering this service within the certification process of the aerodrome. An advanced surface movement guidance and control system is one important tool for providing this service at large and complex airports. With the implementation of an advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS), the airport contributes to the precise surface guidance of aircraft to and from a runway while maintaining safe distance to each other as well as to obstacles and vehicles. The system is aimed to assist the ground controllers in managing the traffic situation on the movement area in all weather conditions. Due to advanced surveillance technology, the ground movement controllers are able to continue operations with an A-SMGCS even in low visibility conditions (e.g. due to fog) and maintaining nearly the same capacity as with no visibility restrictions. The focus of this master thesis is not on the operational and technical details of the system, which are profoundly analyzed and elaborated on by R&D projects, e.g. by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), European research projects and the industry. However, the second chapter will provide those details required to fully understand the legal and administrative aspects of an A-SMGCS. If ANSP are using a system like
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