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.
Representatives from the world's leading airspace management organizations will learn how new technology can connect them seamlessly during presentations made by Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) technology experts at the inaugural World ATM Congress 2013.
The engine failed on takeoff and it crash-landed and burst into flames," said Supo Atobatele, spokesman for the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency.
With input from radars and other data links, the system will assist in detecting incoming air traffic and also provide the capabilities needed for airspace management, air sovereignty and air defense missions.
Next generation technology such as performance based navigation and dynamic airspace management will be deployed over the coming years to harness the capabilities of modern fleets and increase airspace capacity.
Summary: Emirates Airline has saved almost 10 million litres of jet fuel and 772 hours of flight time in the five years since working with AirServices Australia (ASA) to pioneer an innovative flight route planning and airspace management programme called Flex Tracks.
As part of that transition, a concept of airspace management in the battlespace is being developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory / Rome Research Site (AFRL/RRS) Requirements and Operations Division.
It will permit the two organisations to co-operate on safety and security, training human resources, civil-military co-ordination, airspace management, interoperability equipment, etc.
The goals of the initiatives are to establish a region-wide civil/military airspace management and air sovereignty system designed to enhance airspace management, command and control, military/civilian cooperation within a country, and cooperation throughout the region.
Software for TAIS includes the Dynamic Airspace Management System from Raytheon Systems Co.
ITT continually looks to support smart, reliable and efficient airspace management.
The ambition of this programme is to enable Australia to safely manage and benefit from the rapid increase in air travel over the next 20 years at a time when airspace management is becoming significantly more complex.