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FAA - FO N 8900.203 - AVIATION SAFETY INSPECTOR REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES FOR USE OF THE MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST CURRENCY TRACKING SYSTEM Organization: FAA
Date: 2013-01-10
Description: This notice establishes the requirement for aviation safety inspectors (ASI) to use the Web-based minimum equipment list (MEL) tracking system known as "Field Office Workspace."
FAA - FO N 8900.322 - WITHDRAWAL OF AVIATION SAFETY INSPECTOR REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES FOR USE OF THE MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST CURRENCY TRACKING SYSTEM Organization: FAA
Date: 2015-09-03
Description: This notice announces the withdrawal of the requirement for aviation safety inspectors (ASI) to use the Web-based minimum equipment list (MEL) tracking system known as "Field Office Workspace."
ARMY - DA PAM 95-9 - MANAGEMENT OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: ARMY
Date: 2006-01-25
Description: Addresses requirements governing the initial determination of item criticality and subsequent changes to this determination; coding and tracking of aviation Critical Safety Items (CSIs); the process for ensuring the adequacy of technical data and proposed changes; the process for approving sources of supply and repair/overhaul; the surveillance process assuring that approved sources retain required capabilities; authorities for one-time organic manufacture of CSIs under exigent circumstances; and requirements for disposing of CSIs when no longer needed by military aviation.
ICAO 9951 - OFFSETTING EMISSIONS FROM THE AVIATION SECTOR - FIRST EDITION Organization: ICAO
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: If there is a decision to regulate emissions from aviation that allows for emissions trading and emission sources not covered by a regulated system that can reduce emissions at a cost less than reducing emissions from aviation itself, an offsetting mechanism is likely to be part of the scheme.
NAVY - SECNAV INST 4140.2 - (DCMA INST CSI (AV))MANAGEMENT OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2006-01-25
Description: Addresses requirements governing the initial determination of item criticality and subsequent changes to this determination; coding and tracking of aviation Critical Safety Items (CSIs); the process for ensuring the adequacy of technical data and proposed changes; the process for approving sources of supply and repair/overhaul; the surveillance process assuring that approved sources retain required capabilities; authorities for one-time organic manufacture of CSIs under exigent circumstances; and requirements for disposing of CSIs when no longer needed by military aviation.
IET - AVIATION WEATHER SURVEILL - AVIATION WEATHER SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS: ADVANCED RADAR AND SURFACE SENSORS FOR FLIGHT SAFETY AND AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Organization: IET
Date: 1999-01-01
Description: The seventh chapter deals with modern Doppler weather radars for aviation. The eight chapter deals with other sensors and systems for aviation weather. The ninth chapter deals with integrated system approaches.
SAE AS6029 - (R) PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR LASER CONTROL MEASURES USED FOR AVIATION SAFETY Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: The document does not cover systems intended to deliberately aim and or track lasers at aircraft such as FAA approved purposes, including visual warning systems, search and rescue, etc.
DS/EN 302 065-2 V2.1.1 - SHORT RANGE DEVICES (SRD) USING ULTRA WIDE BAND TECHNOLOGY (UWB); HARMONISED STANDARD COVERING THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF ARTICLE 3.2 OF THE DIRECTIVE 2014/53/EU; PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR UWB LOCATION TRACKING Organization: DS
Date: 2016-11-22
Description: The present document covers three different types of location tracking system, which may use either of the UWB technologies listed previously: • LT1 systems: These systems, operating in the 6 GHz to 9 GHz region (see CEPT Report 45 [i.13]), are intended for general location tracking of people and objects.
ETSI - EN 302 065-2 - SHORT RANGE DEVICES (SRD) USING ULTRA WIDE BAND TECHNOLOGY (UWB); HARMONISED STANDARD COVERING THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF ARTICLE 3.2 OF THE DIRECTIVE 2014/53/EU; PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR UWB LOCATION TRACKING - V2.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: Some individual location tracking devices may be able to operate within different kinds of location tracking systems, and therefore may meet (in different modes) the requirements of any or all of LT1, LT2 and LAES.
FAA - FO 1380.48B - MANUFACTURING INSPECTION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIMIS) Organization: FAA
Date: 1999-11-23
Description: MIMIS is the automated data collection system used by Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASI) to record and track daily work assignments.
ARMY - AR 750-6 - ARMY EQUIPMENT SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE NOTIFICATION SYSTEM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2009-02-03
Description: Purpose This regulation— Sets the policy and procedures for preparing, issuing, disseminating, tracking, managing, and responding to safety of flight (SOF), safety of use (SOU), aviation safety action (ASA), ground precautionary action (GPA), maintenance action (MA), and maintenance information (MI) messages in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 750–1.
ITU-R REPORT M.2204 - CHARACTERISTICS AND SPECTRUM CONSIDERATIONS FOR SENSE AND AVOID SYSTEMS USE ON UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2010-11-01
Description: Thus it is envisioned that UA will require an S&A system that can maintain simultaneous tracks of nearby aircraft, terrain, weather, and obstacles to replace current functionality and actions performed by the pilot on manned aircraft.
FAA-E-2591 REV B - AUTOMATION EQUIPMENT, GENERAL HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS FOR AUTOMATED AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS Organization: FAA
Date: 1980-02-26
Description: The FAA plans to purchase the equipment modules specified herein not only as part of system procurements such as Enroute Automated Radar Tracking System (EARTS), Automated Radar Terminal System (ARTS) IIIA and the New York TRACON System but also as independent equipment buys.
SAE ARP4721 PART 2 - MONITORING AIRCRAFT NOISE AND OPERATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF AIRPORTS: SYSTEM VALIDATION Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-08-01
Description: Section 5, Validation for Special Studies, provides more rigorous and time consuming methods for quantifying a permanent system's capabilities when special needs require detailed, quantitative analysis of system data It describes metrics, tests and calculations that can be used to determine how well the system is: (1) capturing all aircraft flight tracking information, (2) matching captured tracks to runways, aircraft types and flights, (3) capturing aircraft noise events, (4) matching those events with correct tracks, runways and aircraft, (5) measuring aircraft sound levels, and (6) properly locating aircraft flight tacks.
ETSI - EN 302 186 - SATELLITE EARTH STATIONS AND SYSTEMS (SES); HARMONISED STANDARD FOR SATELLITE MOBILE AIRCRAFT EARTH STATIONS (AESS) OPERATING IN THE 11/12/14 GHZ FREQUENCY BANDS COVERING THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF ARTICLE 3.2 OF THE DIRECTIVE 2014/53/EU - V2.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: The present document does not cover equipment compliance with relevant civil aviation regulations. In this respect, an AES, for its installation and operation on board an aircraft is subject to additional national or international civil aviation airworthiness certification requirements, for example to EUROCAE ED-14D [4].
ITU-R REPORT M.2205 - RESULTS OF STUDIES OF THE AM(R)S ALLOCATION IN THE BAND 960-1 164 MHZ AND OF THE AMS(R)S ALLOCATION IN THE BAND 5 030-5 091 MHZ TO SUPPORT CONTROL AND NON-PAYLOAD COMMUNICATIONS LINKS FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2010-11-01
Description: In addition, radio spectrum is required for various sensor applications that are integral to UAS operations including on-board radar systems used to track nearby aircraft, terrain, and obstacles to navigation.
NASA-LLIS-2016 - LESSONS LEARNED – RECORD MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE LESSON LEARN Organization: NASA
Date: 2008-11-20
Description: NAOMS is a survey-based data collection system designed to collect aviation safety data from general aviation and air carrier pilots. NAOMS was designed to quantify aviation safety events and other safety-relevant phenomena.
FAA - FO 3000.57 - AIR TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION TECHNICAL OPERATIONS TRAINING AND PERSONNEL CERTIFICATION Organization: FAA
Date: 2009-07-16
Description: These functions were previously contained in three separate documents: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Order 3000.10, Airway Facilities Technical Training Program, FAA Order 3400.3H, Airway Facilities Maintenance Personnel Certification Program, and Notice 3400.40, Use of Certification Tracking System (CTS) With Inactive Certification Status. They have been combined in this document to simplify the administration of the policy.
NAVY - NAVAIRI 4200.25 - (AIR-4.1C) MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL APPLICATION ITEMS INCLUDING CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2002-06-20
Description: This instruction applies to the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), the Program Executive Officers (PEOs), the Naval Inventory Control Point (NAVICP), and commercial entities (Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), Industrial Prime Vendor (IPV), Virtual Prime Vendor (VPV), Virtual Secondary Vendor (VSV), etc.) providing procurement or repairing/overhauling services to critical naval aviation material. It covers CAIs (including CSIs) used in fixed and rotary wing naval aircraft, unmanned air vehicles, Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE), NAVAIR supported weapons and equipment, and associated support equipment.
SAE/TP - 2006-01-2416 - NON-LINEAR ADAPTIVE ATTITUDE CONTROL OF RIGID BODY IN SPACE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2006-08-29
Description: This results show the stability of system, i.e. the adaptive controller is stable and all tracking errors and state variables errors converge to zero.

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