reporting point

reporting point

[ri′pȯrd·iŋ ‚pȯint]
(navigation)
A specified point in relation to which a craft reports its position.
In air operations, a geographical point established for use by air-traffic control in the movement and separation of aircraft.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

reporting point

A specified geographical location in relation to which the position of an aircraft can be reported (ICAO). A reporting may be compulsory or noncompulsory. See compulsory reporting points.
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Specifically, Paragraph (a) states that we are to report, as soon as possible, "The time and altitude of passing each designated reporting point, or the reporting points specified by ATC, except that while the aircraft is under radar control, only the passing of those reporting points specifically requested by ATC need by reported."
A reporting point is defined in 14 CFR [section]1.1 as "a geographical location in relation to which the position of an aircraft is reported."
to furnish position reports passing certain reporting points." It goes on to state that the "designated reporting point symbol is a solid triangle and the 'on request' reporting point symbol is the open triangle," and that reporting on request" reporting points is only required at the request of ATC.
The software offers a GUI-based system health monitor module for reporting point failures and understanding overall system health across a distributed environment.--Xeround
WARP - short for Warning, Advice and Reporting Point - provides early warning of computer vulnerabilities and is a point where incidents can be reported and experiences shared in a secure manner.
A useful mnemonic for position reports is PTA-TEN-R: Position, Time, Altitude, Type of flight plan, ETA and name of next reporting point, the Next reporting point after that one, and any Remarks.
True or False: When receiving radar service, you still need to make position reports over compulsory reporting points.
When on a direct route not under radar service, the points that define the route are compulsory reporting points. Here, unless you're told otherwise, you would only need to make a position report when you reach the VOR at the end of the direct leg.
The partnership has been working with public agencies and community groups to create a new protocol for reporting and recording racial incidents, with a range of centres across Warwickshire now acting as reporting points where people can report racist incidents and have their information passed on to the partnership for advice and assistance, he said.
Mr Kang said: "These new local reporting points should lead to more accurate figures relating to racist incidents and more victims receiving support."
The ATC wannabe on the ground responded, "If you don't have situational awareness, you don't belong in the air." His brash ignorance aside, and in retrospect, it seems like it may not be a bad idea to add to the approach-plate clutter with some local VFR reporting points. Maybe even some landmarks the locals tend to use.
You can't be expected to know the local reporting points if it's not your airport.