Budd, Chris and Hill, Andrew and Andre Leger, Andre (2004) National Air Traffic Services. [Study Group Report]
Official URL: http://www.smithinst.ac.uk/Projects/ESGI49/ESGI49-...
National Air Traffic Services (NATS) are concerned with ensuring low probabilities of errors in determining aircraft positions. In general, error probabilities depend on the tails of some probability distributions for which there has been no theoretical model. Analysis of radar performance is regularly undertaken by NATS to ensure radar performance is within safety limits, with the maximum range being dependent on the declared separation between aircraft. NATS brought two questions to the Study Group, involving the horizontal (azimuthal) errors in radar data and the vertical errors in altimetry system data. In both cases, NATS asked the Study Group to analyse the data and assess whether the probability distributions that are currently used are good models for the errors.
|Item Type:||Study Group Report|
|Problem Sectors:||Transport and Automotive|
Aerospace and defence
Information and communication technology
|Study Groups:||European Study Group with Industry > ESGI 49 (Oxford, UK, Mar 28-Apr 2, 2004)|
|Company Name:||National Air Traffic Services|
|Deposited By:||Gordon White|
|Deposited On:||26 May 2005|
|Last Modified:||29 May 2015 19:45|
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