conflict detection

conflict detection

The discovery of a conflict as a result of a conflict search.
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7.21 s for routine clearances) and, especially in the two gating conditions, were often unable to combine the separately understood pieces of the clearance with knowledge of aircraft state to enable conflict detection. It should be noted that the 4.7-s response time for urgent clearances was well within the 15 s allowed; thus the observed conflict detection ef fects were not simply a result of time.
In future, a number of automated decision support technologies, such as Conflict Detection and Resolution (CDR), will be required to enable continued provision of safe and efficient services in increasingly congested skies.
The A-SMGCS project of the Airport Programme concentrates on improving traffic management on the movement area and on improving safety and the efficiency of surface operations, particularly during conditions of reduced visibility, through the phased development and implementation of the A-SMGCS initial functionalities, such as improved surveillance, identification of mobiles and conflict detection and alert.
In some cases conflict detection was actually better without fixed routes.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 30, 2013-SolarWinds IP management solution adds conflict detection and endpoint tracking(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Each ASSC deployment will incorporate Saab Sensis multilateration, safety logic conflict detection and alerting software, air traffic controller working positions, and recording/playback functionality.
This capability is already well-understood and in use in NASA's Ames Center Tracon Automation System suite of controller tools, the User Request Evaluation Tool and conflict detection tools in ATM systems like the one Canada's Intelcan Technosystems delivered to Cuba last year.

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