radar service

radar service

Term used to indicate a service provided directly by means of radar (ICAO). It encompasses one or more of the services based on radar—radar monitoring, radar navigational guidance, and radar separation—that can be provided by a controller to a pilot of a radar-identified aircraft.
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It's one of the few remaining Terminal Radar Service Areas.
The Doppler radar service, together with 176 State-owned weather stations, enriches data driven decisions by agribusinesses, while providing crucial data to emergency services.
The drop effectively means more than 6,000 children are missing out on free school meals, according to Department for Education figures analysed by the Press Association's Radar service.
The members mentioned pedestal electronics and mechanics, rotary joints, and air conditioning as the components that caused the most frequent breaks in the radar service.
Streaming video QoE measurements were added as a complimentary feature of the Radar service in March 2017, allowing all Radar community members to track core video quality metrics.
The application can be implemented as a subscription-based application or with Safe Systems' comprehensive cyber security RADAR service. ECAT provides helpful hints for understanding the numerous assessment factors and how to respond.
Additionally, the Artist Radar service will track any concert or event that features artists on the user's account.
The MAA said the blades of the 28 turbines of the Brechfa Forest West proposal "have been predicted to be visible to the Aberporth radar, and could have an adverse effect on returns to the radar, that has the potential to degrade the radar service given by Aberporth Range control, jeopardising aviation safety in the area".
However, the report also found that an altitude warning system at the Jakarta radar service was not operational for the area surrounding Mount Salak, where commercial airlines rarely venture.
But the board said the incident could have been avoided if the Tornado crew had made use of the radar service from Inverness.
"Our daily activities included exercises and drill, and, as well as our radar service activity, we played sport daily in our spare time.
Alternatively, the controller may "limit" his radar service by informing the aircraft receiving the service that, due to being in an area of clutter, the pilot may receive late or no warning of other aircraft.