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  Development of a closed-loop testing method for a next-generation terminal area automation system Abstract: A next-generation air traffic decision support tool, known as the active final approach spacing tool (aFAST), will generate heading, speed and altitude commands to achieve more precise separation of aircraft in the terminal by: 6. The Passive Final Approach Spacing Tool. By Cheryl Quinn and John E. Robinson. Abstract. This paper summarizes the human factors aspects of the development of an air traffic control decision support tool known as the Active Final Approach Spacing Tool (aFAST). Active FAST will provide heading and speed advisories that will allow Terminal Radar Author: Cheryl Quinn and John E. Robinson.

aspects of the development of an air traffic control decision support tool known as the Active Final Approach Spacing Tool (aFAST). Active FAST will provide heading and speed advisories that will allow Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON) air traffic controllers to space aircraft more precisely on final approach. The human factors challenges include the design of the advisory format. In parallel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Lincoln Laboratory (MIT/LL) is refining and testing the software, including the Computer-Human Interface (CHI). This paper focuses on the CHI designed by MIT/LL for the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST) part of CTAS. The FAST design approach, CHI development and operational concept is presented.

On the third line, the aircraft's sequence number to the runway allocated by pFAST is displayed, together with the pFAST runway advisory, but only if the runway advisory differed from the default runway assignment. In figure 1, for example, the pFAST runway advisory is to 17L, and the default runway assignment is 17C.   The Development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): A Cooperative Controller-Engineer Design Approach IFAC Proceedings Volumes, Vol. 28, No. 21 Simulator and flight tests on aerospace plane long-period control and flying qualitiesCited by:


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Development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): A Cooperative Controller-Eng..., Katharine K. Lee et al NASA, Ames Research Center Aug. 1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): A Cooperative Controller-Engineer Design Approach Katharine K. Lee, Sterling Software, Inc., Palo Alto, California Thomas J. Davis, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California August National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center Moffett Field, California Get this from a library.

The development of the final approach spacing tool (FAST): a cooperative controller-engineer design approach. [Katharine K Lee; Thomas J Davis; Ames Research Center.].

The development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): a cooperative controller-engineer design approach. Historically, the development of advanced automation for air traffic control in the United States has excluded the input of the air traffic controller until the end of the development process.

In contrast, the development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), for the terminal area controller, has incorporated the end-user in early, iterative testing.

This paper describes controller involvement in three successive phases of system development, tailored to the complexity of the software testing process. In contrast, the development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), for the terminal area controller, has incorporated the end-user in early, iterative testing.

This paper describes a cooperation between the controller and the developer to create a tool which incor-porates the complexity of the air traffic controller's job. The development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): a cooperative controller-engineer design approach - ScienceDirect JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Skip to main content Skip to articleCited by: FINAL APPROACH SPACING TOOL FAST consists of several major software components: a route analyzer and trajectory synthesizer, a sequencer and scheduler, a conflict resolver, a runway allocator, and a controller by: FINAL APPROACH SPACING TOOL (FAST) The Final Approach Spacing Tool consists of three major software elements: a scheduler, a 4D tra-jectory generator, and a graphical advisory interface, each of which is briefly described below.

Scheduler The function of the Scheduler incorporated in FAST is to generate optimally spaced landing times. The contributions of the following to development of FAST and the contents of this paper should be recognised: A Piggott (Smith Group plc) C Morris (Roke Manor Research) L Clarke (Logica UK Ltd) Dr D Marsh (NATS) Abstract National Air Traffic Services Ltd (UK) has developed an ATC arrival spacing tool which is now planned for.

(Green and Vivona, ), and the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST) (Davis et al,Lee and Davis, ). The advisories generated by these tools assist controllers in handling arrival aircraft starting at about from the airport and continuing to the final approach fix.

These elements of the CTAS system. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

FINAL APPROACH SPACING TOOL FAST consists of several major software components: a route analyzer and trajectory synthesizer. a sequencer and scheduler. a conflict resolver. a runway allocator. and a controller by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper describes a cooperation between the controller and the developer to create a tool which incorporates the complexity of the air traffic controller's job.

This approach to software development has enhanced the usability of FAST and has helped smooth the introduction of FAST into the operational environment. In contrast, the development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), for the terminal area controller, has incorporated the end-user in early, iterative testing.

This paper describes a cooperation between the controller and the developer to create a tool which incor-porates the complexity of the air traffic controller's : A Cooperative Controller and A Cooperative. In contrast, the development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), for the terminal area controller, has incorporated the end-user in early, iterative testing.

This paper describes a cooperative between the controller and the developer to create a tool which incorporates the complexity of the air traffic controller's : Katharine K. Lee and Thomas J. Davis. Approach Control (TRACON) Facilities in providing safe and efficient sequencing and spacing of arrival traffic.

The automation tool, referred to as the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), allows the controller to interactively choose various levels of automation and advisory information ranging fromFile Size: 1MB. the development of a suite ofDSTs called the Center - TRACON Automation System (CTAS).5 One CTAS DST, the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), is designed to provide terminal air traffic controllers with computer-generated traffic management and traffic control information that safely increases the landing rate at an already busy airport.

The Development of the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST): A Cooperative Controller-Engineer Design Approach By Katharine K. Lee, Thomas J. Davis and A Cooperative Controller-engineer Abstract. A system for assisting terminal area air traffic controllers in the management and control of arrival traffic, referred to as the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), is being developed at NASA Ames Research Center.

Abstract. A system for assisting terminal area air traffic controllers in the management and control of arrival traffic, referred to as the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), is being developed at NASA Ames Research Center.

The automation system, referred to as the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST), was developed through thousands of hours of real-time simulations and field tests with active air traffic controllers. Results from these tests show benefits in efficient airspace utilization, reduced controller workload, increased runway capacity, and reduced air traffic delays.This paper focuses on the CHI designed by MIT/LL for the Fmal Approach Spacing Tool (FASn part of CTAS.

The FAST design approach, CHI development and operational concept is presented. Keywords: air traffic control; automation; hmnan-centered design; human factors; human­machine by: 3.This paper focuses on the CHI designed by MIT/LL for the Final Approach Spacing Tool (FAST) part of CTAS.

The FAST design approach, CHI development and operational concept is presented. Keywords: air traffic control; automation; human-centered design; human factors; humanmachine by: 3.