Airborne Precision Spacing (APS) Dependent Parallel Arrivals (DPA).
- Smith, Colin L.
- March 2012.
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- The Airborne Precision Spacing (APS) team at the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) has been developing a concept of operations to extend the current APS concept to support dependent approaches to parallel or converging runways along with the required pilot and controller procedures and pilot interfaces. A staggered operations capability for the Airborne Spacing for Terminal Arrival Routes (ASTAR) tool was developed and designated as ASTAR10. ASTAR10 has reached a sufficient level of maturity to be validated and tested through a fast-time simulation. The purpose of the experiment was to identify and resolve any remaining issues in the ASTAR10 algorithm, as well as put the concept of operations through a practical test.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 20120003524.
- Copyright, Distribution under U.S. Government purpose rights.
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