CDA

Airborne Separation Assistance Systems (ASAS)

  Airborne Separation Assistance Systems (ASAS) provide information to the cockpit about the position of surrounding traffic. In the future this may enable the flight crew to take over some of the separation tasks of air traffic controllers. The ASAS project investigates which of these systems might be beneficial for operations at Schiphol.

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Independent Parallel CDAs (IPC)

In sustainable airport development an optimal balance between customer demands and environmental constraints is key. Continuous Descent Approach (CDA) operations play a vital role in improving environmental performance in the TMA. Fixed lateral routes with a continuous descent segment have been in place since a number of years at Schiphol in single runway operations during […]

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KDC presents itself at the Innovation Relay 2009

KDC presents itself at the Innovation Relay 2009

On the 4th and 5th of November the Innovation Relay 2009 (formerly the Day of Maarssen) took place at Airbase Valkenburg. The theme of these days was, just as in 2005 and 2007, innovative developments in construction, logistics, aviation, water and traffic & transport. KDC supported the Innovation Relay with several stands in the aviation […]

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