airspace management


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airspace management

The coordination, integration, and regulation of the use of airspace to ensure smooth and safe flow of air traffic within the defined airspace.
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Increasingly, the power of technology is transforming airspace management, enabling governments to respond rapidly to events and prioritise services in real time.
As the initial reviews of countries' abilities and plans for civil/military airspace management came to completion, it became apparent that all the countries wished to modernize their airspace management along certain core concepts.
Airspace Management - Move functions from Client, Archiving,
UAMS uses a ground-based airspace manager and UAV-based intelligent software agents to distribute the problem of airspace management.
Andy Zogg, vice president of Raytheon Airspace Management and Homeland Security of Raytheon, explained, "Raytheon creates airspace management solutions based on a legacy of innovative and robust technology that now safely control one-third of the world's skies," said Andy Zogg, Raytheon's vice president of Airspace Management and Homeland Security.
With all Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) employed by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) pledging to withdraw their services to local and foreign carriers starting mid-night Sunday, air travel within Nigeria would be suspended.
Central Command for airspace management in Iraq uses the Raytheon Solipsys advanced track fusion engine, Multi-Source Correlator Tracker (MSCT), and tactical visualization powered by the Tactical Display Framework (TDF).
The project will assist the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency in improving its revenue collection from overflight charges through enhanced surveillance of the airspace, reported This Day.
Ma made remarks at an industry meeting on low-altitude airspace management reform, saying the reform entered a "crucial stage and many problems remain to be solved.
In 10 to 20 years we expect more than one billion passengers will travel annually by airplane and thousands of new consumer jets will fill the skies," said Andy Zogg, Raytheon vice president of Airspace Management and Homeland Security.