Airport systems

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RADIOCOMMUNICATION
RADIONAVIGATION
RADAR
LIGHTING
ENERGY
CAT I-III
METEOROLOGICAL
DATA
1. RADIOCOMMUNICATION
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Receiver
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Antena
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Transmitter
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Station (device)
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Source (el.power,alternative )
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Mobile radios
2. RADIONAVIGATION
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VOR (VHF omnidirectional radio renge)
DME ( distance measuring equipment)
NDB ( non directional beacon)
ILS (instrument landing system)
MLS (Micro Wave Landing System),
GLS-GPS Landing System
3. RADAR
TAR (terminal approach radar)
ASR (airport surveillance radar)
PAR (precision approach radar)
SMR (surface movement radar)
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Primary surveillance radar (PSR)
Secondary surveillence radar (SSR)
meteo (satelite)
4. LIGHTING
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ALS (approach lighting system)
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RLS (runway lighting system)
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TLS
(taxiway lighting systém)
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OL
(obstacle light)
5. ENERGY
Must be supplied from two independent sources:
 Back up /standby power UPS
 Back up lines of power
/Lights/-/Radars/-/ATC unit/
6. CAT I-III
Divided by categories:
ILS/ALS/LVP
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ILS ICAO – ILS/RWY/ALS
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ALS ICAO- brightness, tilt, luminosity, etc.
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RWY PCN
7. METEOROLOGICAL
AMIS (Automated Meteorological Information System),
at the airport LKPR used for:
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receiving,
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processing,
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interpretation,
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creation,
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distribution and archiving of aeronautical meteorological
information,
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including flight documentation
On LKPR system is used MIDAS IV AWOS (Automated airport
observation system) Vaisala (Finland) designed for
measurement of RVR and cloud base, direction and wind
speed, temperature and dew point temperature and air
pressure. AWOS system provides said data to the
monitoring system AMS-1 for flights of low visibility.
8. DATA
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system development schedules
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automatic data updates ARR/DEP (CNL,DLA)
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administration clearance over the counter
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intranet for operational services
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info panels
SMGCS
SURFACE MOVMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM
A-SMGC
ADVANCED SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE
AND CONTROL SYSTEM
CDTI
COCKPIT DISPLEY OF TRAFFIC INFORMATION
NOVA 9000
(LKPR)
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Controller Working Position (CWP)
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Surface Movement Radar (SMR) Data
Processing unit (RANC)
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Surveillance Data Server (SDS)
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Runway Incursion Monitoring and Conflict Alert
Subsystem (RIMCAS)
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Recording and Playback Subsystem (RPS)
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Technical Control and Monitoring Subsystem
(TECAMS)
NOVA 9000 A-SMGCS
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Paris Orly & CdG
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Sydney
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Milano-Linate
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Hong Kong
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Kuala Lumpur
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Incheon,. Korea
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Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec
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London Heathrow and Gatwick, Birmingham, Newcastle
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Prague
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Köln/Bonn
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Madrid
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Stavanger
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Athens
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Abu Dhabi
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Zürich and Geneva
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Sao Paulo ,Guangzhou, Brussels
RIMCAS
RUNWAY INCURSION MONITORING AND
CONFLICT ALERT SYSTEM
AMAN (Arrival Manager)
SMAN (Surface Manager)
EMAN (En-route Manager)
DMAN (Departure Manager)
TMAN (Turn-around Manager)
ADCO (Arrival Departure Coordin Layer)
AMAN (Arrival Manager)
SMAN (Surface Manager)
DMAN (Departure Manager)
TMAN (Turn-around Manager)
AMAN (Arrival Manager)
LEONARDO
LINKING EXISTING ON GROUND, ARRIVAL AND
DEPARTURE OPERATIONS
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ALDT (Actual landing time)
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AIBT (Actual in block time)
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MLDT (Managed landing time)
CONCLUSION
NEW GUIDENCE SYSTEMS
presents new opportunities for realization of
new requirements in the future
Controll safety in the movement areas
Route planing,quidance,timing,survey
New tools for ATC (screens)
Airports to which A-SMGCS today tested and gradually introduced into practice
is relatively little (a lot of many)

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