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  • Die Receiver%2dAutonomous%2dIntegrity%2dMonitoring (RAIM)%2dWebanwendung des DLR

    DLR's Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) web application

    In aviation, predicting the availability of navigation methods is an important element in flight preparation. DLR has developed prognostication tools that cover a multitude of current and even future navigation methods. DLR's Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) web application shows current navigation methods based on the American satellite navigation system GPS as well as future methods incorporating the signals of the European satellite navigation system Galileo or the Russian GLONASS.

In aviation, predicting the availability of navigation methods is an important element in flight preparation. DLR has developed prognostication tools that cover a multitude of current and even future navigation methods. DLR's Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) web application shows current navigation methods based on the American satellite navigation system GPS as well as future methods incorporating the signals of the European satellite navigation system Galileo or the Russian GLONASS. The bandwidth ranges from employing GPS for area navigation (RNP/RNAV), which is standard today, and barometer-supported approaches (PA mode) to precision approaches using a combination of Galileo and GPS (LPV-200).

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17/08/2012 15:17:13