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Air Traffic Management

Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Margaret Arblaster
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2018-02-06
  • Total pages : 286
  • ISBN : 9780128111192
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Air Traffic Management: Economics Regulation and Governance provides the latest insights on approaches and issues surrounding the economic regulation and governance of air traffic management (ATM). The book begins by explaining what ATM is, showing its importance within the aviation industry. It then outlines the unique institutional characteristics that govern ATM, also discussing its implications for economic regulation and investment. Technological developments and the issues and approaches to safety regulation are also covered, as are the implications ATM has on airports. The book concludes with an exploration of future directions, including the entry of drones into airspace and the introduction of competition in ATM services Air traffic management plays a critical role in air transport, impacting both air safety and the efficiency of air services. Yet air navigation services are shifting from government provision to private industry, creating the need for more critical analysis of governance and economic regulation within the ATM industry. Consolidates the latest economic regulation and reform material regarding air traffic management Provides numerous practical examples and real-world case studies drawn from around the globe Explores economic regulation in both larger and smaller economies Written from an objective, informed and practical perspective by an experienced regulation practitioner and researcher

Air Traffic Management and Control

Air Traffic Management and Control
  • Author : Longbiao Li
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release Date : 2021-12-15
  • Total pages : 112
  • ISBN : 9781839698309
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This book presents an overview of air traffic management and control. Chapters cover such topics as human factors in quality control, behavioral modeling of electric aircraft, aviation English, radar target classification, occupational health and safety, and terminal airspace sector capacity.

European Air Traffic Management

European Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Andrew Cook
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2016-12-05
  • Total pages : 279
  • ISBN : 9781351938839
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European Air Traffic Management: Principles, Practice and Research is a single source of reference on the key subject areas of air traffic management in Europe. It brings together material that was previously unobtainable, hidden within technical documents or dispersed across disparate sources. With a broad cross-section of contributors from across the industry and academia, the book offers an effective treatment of the key issues in current, and developing, European ATM. It explains the principles of air traffic management and its practical workings, bridging the academic and operational worlds to give an insight into this evolving field, with a number of fresh perspectives brought to the text. On-going research and developments are closely integrated into the themes, demonstrating the likely directions of future ATM in Europe and the challenges it will face. It is anticipated that many readers will already have expertise in one or more of the chapters’ subject matter, but wish to develop a further understanding of the areas covered in others, taking advantage of the many thematic and operational links which have been illustrated. The book will appeal to both aviation academics and practitioners, equally for those whose area of expertise is outside ATM but want a clearly elucidated source of reference, as to those wishing to broaden existing knowledge.

Complexity Science in Air Traffic Management

Complexity Science in Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Andrew Cook,Damián Rivas
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2016-06-03
  • Total pages : 188
  • ISBN : 9781317162735
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Air traffic management (ATM) comprises a highly complex socio-technical system that keeps air traffic flowing safely and efficiently, worldwide, every minute of the year. Over the last few decades, several ambitious ATM performance improvement programmes have been undertaken. Such programmes have mostly delivered local technological solutions, whilst corresponding ATM performance improvements have fallen short of stakeholder expectations. In hindsight, this can be substantially explained from a complexity science perspective: ATM is simply too complex to address through classical approaches such as system engineering and human factors. In order to change this, complexity science has to be embraced as ATM's 'best friend'. The applicability of complexity science paradigms to the analysis and modelling of future operations is driven by the need to accommodate long-term air traffic growth within an already-saturated ATM infrastructure. Complexity Science in Air Traffic Management is written particularly, but not exclusively, for transport researchers, though it also has a complementary appeal to practitioners, supported through the frequent references made to practical examples and operational themes such as performance, airline strategy, passenger mobility, delay propagation and free-flight safety. The book should also have significant appeal beyond the transport domain, due to its intrinsic value as an exposition of applied complexity science and applied research, drawing on examples of simulations and modelling throughout, with corresponding insights into the design of new concepts and policies, and the understanding of complex phenomena that are invisible to classical techniques.

Air Traffic Management and Systems IV

Air Traffic Management and Systems IV
  • Author : Electronic Navigation Research Institute
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-03-23
  • Total pages : 351
  • ISBN : 9789813346697
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This book provides novel concepts and techniques for air traffic management (ATM) and communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) systems. The book consists of selected papers from the 6th ENRI International Workshop on ATM/CNS (EIWAC2019) held in Tokyo in October 2019, the theme of which was “Exploring Ideas for World Aviation Challenges”. Included are key topics to realize safer and more efficient skies in the future, linked to the integrated conference theme consisting of long-term visions based on presentations from various fields. The book is dedicated not only to researchers, academicians, and university students, but also to engineers in the industry, air navigation service providers (ANSPs), and regulators of aviation.

Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management

Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Mark Rodgers
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2017-03-02
  • Total pages : 584
  • ISBN : 9781351929776
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In research and application of Human Factors in Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems design, development and operation, there remains a lack of clarity regarding the range and integration of activities associated with the need for greater attention to issues such as human error, interface design and teamwork, especially in systems with increased levels of automation. This book seeks to redress this situation by presenting case studies of human factors applications in which there is demonstrable success in terms of improvement in operational systems. Individual examples are used to outline how each human factors study evolved, what it entailed, how it was resourced and how the results contributed to operational performance. Case studies include training methods, human error, team resource management, situation assessment, terminal automation replacement systems, collaborative decision-making to improve the effectiveness of traffic-flow management and the role of human factors in ATM.

Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control

Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control
  • Author : Michael S. Nolan
  • Publisher : Cengage Learning
  • Release Date : 2010-02-01
  • Total pages : 624
  • ISBN : 1435488253
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FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL International Edition is an authoritative book that provides readers with a good working knowledge of how and why the air traffic control system works. This book is appropriate for future air traffic controllers, as well as for pilots who need a better understanding of the air traffic control system. FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, International Edition discusses the history of air traffic control, emphasizing the logic that has guided its development. It also provides current, in-depth information on navigational systems, the air traffic control system structure, control tower procedures, radar separation, national airspace system operation and the FAA's restructured hiring procedures. This is the only college level book that gives readers a genuine understanding of the air traffic control system and does not simply require them to memorize lists of rules and regulations.

Risk Assessment in Air Traffic Management

Risk Assessment in Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Javier Alberto Pérez Castán,Álvaro Rodríguez Sanz
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release Date : 2020-03-18
  • Total pages : 176
  • ISBN : 9781789857931
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One of the most complex challenges for the future of aviation is to ensure a safe integration of the expected air traffic demand. Air traffic is expected to almost double its current value in 20 years, which cannot be managed without the development and implementation of a safe air traffic management (ATM) system. In ATM, risk assessment is a crucial cornerstone to validate the operation of air traffic flows, airport processes, or navigation accuracy. This book tries to be a focal point and motivate further research by encompassing crosswise and widespread knowledge about this critical and exciting issue by bringing to light the different purposes and methods developed for risk assessment in ATM.

Air Transport Management

Air Transport Management
  • Author : Lucy Budd,Stephen Ison
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release Date : 2016-11-10
  • Total pages : 395
  • ISBN : 9781317183280
  • File Size : 53,8 Mb
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Commercial air transport is a global multimillion dollar industry that underpins the world economy and facilitates the movement of over 3 billion passengers and 50 million tonnes of air freight worldwide each year. With a clearly structured topic-based approach, this textbook presents readers with the key issues in air transport management, including: aviation law and regulation, economics, finance, airport and airline management, environmental considerations, human resource management and marketing. The book comprises carefully selected contributions from leading aviation scholars and industry professionals worldwide. To help students in their studies the book includes case studies, examples, learning objectives, keyword definitions and ‘stop and think’ boxes to prompt reflection and to aid understanding. Air Transport Management provides in-depth instruction for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying aviation and business management-related degrees. It also offers support to industry practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge base.

Aspects of International Cooperation in Air Traffic Management

Aspects of International Cooperation in Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Walter Schwenk,Rüdiger Schwenk
  • Publisher : Kluwer Law International B.V.
  • Release Date : 1998-01-01
  • Total pages : 330
  • ISBN : 9789041104977
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This volume discusses various institutional, legal and operational aspects related to the provision of air navigation services, taking particular consideration of the current implementation of a new generation of communications, navigation and surveillance systems for future air traffic management (CNS/ATM). The primary intent is to critically review the current mechanisms for international co-operation in this field. Particularly in Europe, many efforts have been undertaken to enhance air traffic management by harmonization and integration of national developments but many parties claim that these are still insufficient and the processes are still dominated by the individual States. Following a short description of the historical developments, the global framework of cooperation established through ICAO is described, supplemented with a description of some multilateral organizations active in the field of air traffic management on a regional basis. The basic technological and operational changes envisaged with the implementation of the Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) are described and, based on these, related institutional and legal aspects are discussed. Particular emphasis is given to developments in Europe, where during the last four decades several initiatives for enhancing the cooperation of States could not overcome the fragmentation of the airspace. The decisions of February 1997 of the ECAC Ministers of Transport on an Institutional Strategy are reflected. One chapter is devoted to questions of liability in air traffic management which are of particular importance with regard to international cooperation.

Flight to the Future

Flight to the Future
  • Author : National Research Council,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Board on Human-Systems Integration,Panel on Human Factors in Air Traffic Control Automation
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release Date : 1997-02-28
  • Total pages : 383
  • ISBN : 9780309056373
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Despite the strong safety record of the national airspace system, serious disruptions occasionally occur, often as a result of outdated or failed equipment. Under these circumstances, safety relies on the skills of the controllers and pilots and on reducing the number of aircraft in the air. The current and growing pressures to increase the capacity to handle a greater number of flights has led to a call for faster and more powerful equipment and for equipment that can take over some of the tasks now being performed by humans. Increasing the role of automation in air traffic control may provide a more efficient system, but will human controllers be able to effectively take over when problems occur? This comprehensive volume provides a baseline of knowledge about the capabilities and limitations of humans relative to the variety of functions performed in air traffic control. It focuses on balancing safety with the expeditious flow of air traffic, identifying lessons from past air accidents. The book discusses: The function of the national airspace system and the procedures for hiring, training, and evaluating controllers. Decisionmaking, memory, alertness, vigilance, sleep patterns during shift work, communication, and other factors in controllers' performance. Research on automation and human factors in air traffic control and incorporation of findings into the system. The Federal Aviation Administration's management of the air traffic control system and its dual mandate to promote safety and the development of air commerce. This book also offers recommendations for evaluation the human role in automated air traffic control systems and for managing the introduction of automation into current facilities and operations. It will be of interest to anyone concerned about air safetyâ€"policymakers, regulators, air traffic managers and controllers, airline officials, and passenger advocates.

Air Traffic Control: Human Performance Factors

Air Traffic Control: Human Performance Factors
  • Author : Anne R. Isaac,Bert Ruitenberg
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2017-03-02
  • Total pages : 392
  • ISBN : 9781351959957
  • File Size : 36,7 Mb
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From the Foreword by Captain Daniel Maurino, ICAO: '...Air Traffic Control...will remain a technology-intensive system. People (controllers) must harmoniously interact with technology to contribute to achieve the aviation system’s goals of safe and efficient transportation of passengers and cargo...This book...considers human error and human factors from a contemporary and operational perspective and discusses the parts as well as the whole...I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.' The motivation for writing this book comes from the author’s long standing belief that the needs of Air Traffic Service personnel are inadequately represented in the aviation literature. There are few references to air traffic control in many of the books written for pilots and about pilots and this is also observed at the main international conferences. In line with the ICAO syllabus for human factors training for air traffic controllers, the book covers the main issues in air traffic control, with regard to human performance: physiology including stress, fatigue and shift work problems; psychology with emphasis on human error and its management, social psychology including issues of communication and working in teams, the environment including ergonomic principles and working with new technologies and hardware and software issues including the development of documentation and procedures and a study of the changes brought about by advanced technologies. Throughout the text there are actual examples taken from the air traffic control environment to illustrate the issues discussed. A full bibliography is included for those who want to read beyond these issues. It has been written for all in air traffic services, from ab initio to the boardroom; it is important that the men and women in senior management positions have some knowledge and awareness of the fundamental problems that limit and enhance human performance.

European Air Traffic Management

European Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Dr. Andrew Cook
  • Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Total pages : 284
  • ISBN : 0754672956
  • File Size : 30,5 Mb
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European Air Traffic Management: Principles, Practice and Research is a single source of reference on the key subject areas of ATM within Europe. It brings together material that was previously unobtainable, hidden within impenetrable technical documents or dispersed across disparate sources.The book will appeal to both aviation academics and practitioners, equally for those whose area of expertise is outside of ATM but want well-written sources of reference for related ATM subjects, as for those wishing to broaden existing knowledge.

Ghosts in the Machine

Ghosts in the Machine
  • Author : Christine Owen
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2017-08-03
  • Total pages : 168
  • ISBN : 9781317128229
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This book provides a socio-cultural analysis of the ways in which air traffic controllers formally and informally learn about their work and the active role that organisational cultures play in shaping interpretation and meaning. In particular, it describes the significant role that organizational cultures have played in shaping what is valued by controllers about their work and its role as a filter in enabling or constraining conscious inquiry. The premise of the book is that informal learning is just as important in shaping what people know and value about their work and that this area is frequently overlooked. By using an interpretative research approach, the book highlights the ways in which the social structure of work organisation, culture and history interweaves with learning work to guide and shape what is regarded by controllers as important and what is not. It demonstrates how this social construction is quite different from a top-down corporate culture approach. Technological and organizational reform is leading to changes in work practice and to changes in relationships between workers within the organization. These have implications for anyone wishing to understand the dynamics of organizational life. As such, this study provides insights into many of the changes that are occurring in the nature of work in many different industries. Previous research into learning in air traffic control has centred largely on cognitive individual performance, performance within teams or more recently on performance at a systems level. By tracing the role of context in shaping formal and informal learning, this book shows why interventions at these levels sometimes fail.

The Future Air Navigation System (FANS)

The Future Air Navigation System (FANS)
  • Author : Vincent P. Galotti
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2019-05-23
  • Total pages : 362
  • ISBN : 9781351889278
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In view of the increase in air traffic, there has been a great deal of work by the nations of the world, under the auspices of ICAO, toward developing the concept for a future air navigation infrastructure to serve worldwide civil aviation efficiency. Even though the concept is well described and implementation is beginning, only technical manuals are available to advance the systems concept. This book describes the global vision for the Future Air Navigation System (FANS) and is the first text of its kind dedicated solely to Communications Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management and the CNS/ATM systems concept. In addition to the technical issues associated with CNS/ATM, the book also examines institutional, economic, labour and Human Factors issues. It is designed as a text usable in the classroom environment in universities and aviation technical schools.

Staffing the ATM System

Staffing the ATM System
  • Author : Hinnerk Eißfeldt,Mike C. Heil
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2017-05-15
  • Total pages : 216
  • ISBN : 9781351898331
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Issues of personnel development in air traffic control (ATC) have become a major topic in aviation recruitment and training. Proper selection and training methods are needed in order to reach a high level of efficiency and reliability in ATC. Pilots were considered the most prominent group in aviation for a long time, but with the development of flight guidance technologies came a second operational occupation in aviation: the air traffic controller (ATCO). This volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of controller selection from an impressive collection of international specialists in research and practice. It will prove a valuable and key insight into the demands of air traffic controller selection through its comprehensive and enlightening examination of the current practice in the USA and Europe for the job-analysis requirements of future air traffic management (ATM) systems.

Human Factors in Air Traffic Control

Human Factors in Air Traffic Control
  • Author : Mark W. Smolensky,Earl S. Stein
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 1998-03-18
  • Total pages : 504
  • ISBN : UOM:39015041923494
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The study of human factors has progressed greatly in the past 10 years, particularly with regard to the literature available in applied areas. The authors of this text focus on the most important aspects of this literature--the increasing concern over the deregulation of airlines and the increase in aviation accidents. The book covers general system safety, human perception, information processing, and cognitive load capacity during air traffic control performance, as well as team coordination, selection and training of personnel, work station and software design, and communication issues.

The Future of Air Traffic Control

The Future of Air Traffic Control
  • Author : National Research Council,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Board on Human-Systems Integration,Panel on Human Factors in Air Traffic Control Automation
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release Date : 1998-01-26
  • Total pages : 336
  • ISBN : 9780309174312
  • File Size : 44,8 Mb
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Automation in air traffic control may increase efficiency, but it also raises questions about adequate human control over automated systems. Following on the panel's first volume on air traffic control automation, Flight to the Future (NRC, 1997), this book focuses on the interaction of pilots and air traffic controllers, with a growing network of automated functions in the airspace system. The panel offers recommendations for development of human-centered automation, addressing key areas such as providing levels of automation that are appropriate to levels of risk, examining procedures for recovery from emergencies, free flight versus ground-based authority, and more. The book explores ways in which technology can build on human strengths and compensate for human vulnerabilities, minimizing both mistrust of automation and complacency about its abilities. The panel presents an overview of emerging technologies and trends toward automation within the national airspace system--in areas such as global positioning and other aspects of surveillance, flight information provided to pilots an controllers, collision avoidance, strategic long-term planning, and systems for training and maintenance. The book examines how to achieve better integration of research and development, including the importance of user involvement in air traffic control. It also discusses how to harmonize the wide range of functions in the national airspace system, with a detailed review of the free flight initiative.

New Concepts and Methods in Air Traffic Management

New Concepts and Methods in Air Traffic Management
  • Author : Lucio Bianco,Paolo Dell'Olmo,Amedeo R. Odoni
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2001-05-08
  • Total pages : 248
  • ISBN : 3540416374
  • File Size : 53,8 Mb
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This volume presents new concepts and methods in Air Traffic Management, in particular: Collaborative Decision Making, as it incorporates for the first time airline companies in the management process; Congestion Pricing, as many part of the systems are and will remain saturated, hence only leveling of demand can contribute to global efficiency; Flow Management Methods, as the most important tools in planning and analysis; Models of Controller-Pilot Interaction, as deregulation increases the workload of this communication; Weather Forecast, as airport capacity is strongly affected by weather conditions.

Managing the Skies

Managing the Skies
  • Author : Clinton V. Oster,John S. Strong
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Total pages : 248
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105124024600
  • File Size : 54,6 Mb
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Managing the Skies provides a guide to what has been tried in air traffic management, what has worked, and what lessons might be learned. Special attention is given to the FAA and its efforts and challenges in reforming ATC in the US, both historically and in the current climate. The book contains in-depth case studies to provide a truly global perspective of ATC practices.

Air Traffic Control Automated Systems

Air Traffic Control Automated Systems
  • Author : Bestugin A.R.,Eshenko A.A.,Filin A.D.,Plyasovskikh A.P.,Shatrakov A.Y.,Shatrakov Y.G.
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-07-06
  • Total pages : 271
  • ISBN : 9789811393860
  • File Size : 42,9 Mb
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This book highlights operation principles for Air Traffic Control Automated Systems (ATCAS), new scientific directions in design and application of dispatching training simulators and parameters of ATCAS radio equipment items for aircraft positioning. This book is designed for specialists in air traffic control and navigation at a professional and scientific level. The following topics are also included in this book: personnel actions in emergency, including such unforeseen circumstances as communication failure, airplane wandering off course, unrecognized aircraft appearance in the air traffic service zone, aerial target interception, fuel draining, airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS) alarm, emergency stacking and volcanic ash cloud straight ahead.