KDC

On the KDC-website the following new articles are filed under the ' Projects ' tab:  

AMAN Cluster including iCAS development
* Arrival Management: Please don’t let the bridge be open... Dealing with uncertainties in arrival times
* Night Optimal Way to Land: I see, I see… Air traffic controllers predict the future using the Trajectory Manager

On the KDC-website the following new articles are filed under the ' Projects ' tab:

Airport capacity
* RECAT-EU Benefits Schiphol: Greater runway capacity thanks to shorter distances
* Operational requirements Schiphol Ground Infrastructure 2016-2020: Queue here!

Version 1.1 of the KDC Research Agenda 2016 is placed on the website. Go to 'KDC Research Agenda' to download the document.

On the KDC-website the following new articles are filed under the ' Projects ' tab:

Safe Airspace and Airport Navigation
* Alerting based on Flight Plans: The concerned mother-in-law

AMAN Cluster including iCAS development
* Arrival Management Innovation: Succcessful simulation of AMAN-i4D on iCAS platform

Environmental Information Development
* Schiphol Noise Predictor: If only you’d known….. A handy app for avoiding a lot of bother

On the KDC-website the following new articles are filed under the ' Projects ' tab:  

Airline Operational Efficiency
* Inbound sequencing based on Airline Priorities:
A future without delay. Looking for the optimal sequence of inbound flights.
* Applications of SWIM:
System of cobweb? Towards a new system for Europe. 

Airport Capacity
* Workloadmodel Schiphol Ground Control:
While you quietly leaning back ... the workload of the ground controller increases.
* Common Ground Safety Model
* Time Based Separation:
Strong winds, but no delays: an investigation into the possibilities of TBS.

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What is KDC?

The foundation Knowledge & Development Centre (KDC) sets itself the task to find valuable and innovative solutions for the sustainable development of the Mainport Schiphol. In the KDC the Dutch aviation partners KLM, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) work together with universities and other research institutes to innovate the Schiphol operation. The KDC work programme is guided by the Knowledge and Innovation Agenda for Aviation, which has been developed in cooperation with the Dutch government.