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Network AERONET III - Aircraft Emissions and Reduction Technologies

25 partners from 9 European countries are members of AERONET. They rank among industry (aircraft and engine builders, aviation and oil companies, airport operators), universities and research institut...
Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Aircraft Communications and Navigation

Support Tools for Simulation

A tool chain was developed and set up that contains all elements required for timely and reliable evaluations in the ATM field ranging from data pre-processing and different air traffic simulations d...
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RTO (SESAR Lot 1 P06.08.04 Remote Tower Operations)

The future air traffic control of small airports could rely on the replacement of the conventional air traffic controller workplace by a remote controller working position. Within the SESAR project th...
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Network Management / Air Traffic Flow Management

Ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Lufttransportsystems ist die Organisation und die technische Infrastruktur des Transportnetzes. Dieses Netz besteht aus kapazitätsbehafteten Komponenten – den Flughäfen...
Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Geophysics

WW-ATM (World Wide Air Traffic Management)

How does the use of noise-optimized approach procedures affect the overall air traffic? How to respond most effectively to heavy snowfall at an airport? And how to treat the collapse of the navigation...
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As part of the OpAiRS user service, IMF operates a combination of two HySpex sensors from a Norwegian producer, Norsk Elektro Optikk (NEO). The two line scan cameras, models VNIR 1600 and SWIR 320m-e,...
Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Instrumentation and Photography

Investigation of the operability of noise-optimised approaches by pilots

Within the research area „Quiet Traffic“ a new approach procedure was examined with respect to flight safety and acceptance by pilots. Two procedures – a standard approach (LDLP) and a procedure that ...
Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Acoustics Behavioral Sciences

BETA ( 2000 - 02 )

The first BETA project year (2000) was used for design and integration, the second project year (2001) for trials and evaluation- Phase 1. The final project year (2002) is used for additional function...
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