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grussell
19th Feb 2002, 00:08
Does anybody know of any advances in the ATC side of the industry, whether it be something that has been implented or will most likely be, in the near future? For example, using GPS to reduce the separation between aircraft, and high altitude aircraft to all you to get above the ATC rules. I've a presentation to do on the topic for uni, so any help is much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Squawk 8888
19th Feb 2002, 00:44
The only thing I've noticed is that a lot more GPS approaches are being published. I'm guessing this should reduce the number of diversions from the smaller fields.

Pegasus77
19th Feb 2002, 04:54
And offcourse pretty recently RVSM has been introduced over Europe! . .Was about time...

ORAC
19th Feb 2002, 05:20
Free Flight in non-congested airspace, starting with a trial in the Med run by Roma control:

<a href="http://atm-seminar-2000.eurocontrol.fr/acceptedpapers/pdf/paper64.pdf" target="_blank">Free Flight</a>

The whole Eurocontrol roll out programme:

<a href="http://www.eurocontrol.int/mode_s/" target="_blank">Mode S</a>

TARPON
20th Feb 2002, 03:06
hi there,

i think i might be able to supply you with an excellent power point presentation all about the future systems for ATC,

would this be of any use?