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RTCA DO-359 - MINIMUM AVIATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MASPS) FOR SYNTHETIC VISION GUIDANCE SYSTEMS Organization: RTCA
Date: 2015-05-14
Description: Purpose This document contains Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards for a Synthetic Vision Guidance System. A Synthetic Vision Guidance System (SVGS) as defined in this MASPS is a new airborne guidance system designed to enable operations to a Missed Approach Point (MAP) as low as 150ft height above touchdown.
RTCA DO-315 - MINIMUM AVIATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MASPS) FOR ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS, SYNTHETIC VISION SYSTEMS, COMBINED VISION SYSTEMS AND ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEMS Organization: RTCA
Date: 2011-06-21
Description: This document addresses Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS), Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS) and Combined Vision Systems (CVS) technologies.
EUROCAE ED 179 - MINIMUM AVIATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MASPS) FOR ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS, SYNTHETIC VISION SYSTEMS, COMBINED VISION SYSTEMS AND ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEMS Organization: EUROCAE
Date: 2011-09-01
Description: An approved combination of EVS and HUD is termed an Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) by the FAA. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) uses the term "EVS" as equivalent to the FAA description of EFVS.
RTCA DO-341 - MINIMUM AVIATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MASPS) FOR AN ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEM TO ENABLE ALL-WEATHER APPROACH, LANDING AND ROLL-OUT TO A SAFE TAXI SPEED Organization: RTCA
Date: 2012-09-26
Description: This MASPS follows from and expands upon the concepts and requirements established under DO-315A and the precedents established under 14 CFR §91.175 (l) and (m), which identified performance standards for an enhanced flight vision systems (EFVS) to enable approach, landing, roll-out and taxi, down to 1000 ft (300 m) runway visual range (RVR).
RTCA DO-268 - CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS, NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEM FOR CIVIL OPERATORS Organization: RTCA
Date: 2001-03-27
Description: This document describes the concept of operations supporting the implementation of aviation night vision imaging system (NVIS) technology into the National Airspace System by civilian aviation operators.
FAA - FO N 8900.237 - AUTHORIZATION TO USE NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEMS UNDER PART 91 Organization: FAA
Date: 2013-09-19
Description: This notice provides guidance to aviation safety inspectors (ASI) providing oversight of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 91 operators conducting operations in aircraft that are equipped with a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS).
RTCA DO-275 - MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR INTEGRATED NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEM EQUIPMENT Organization: RTCA
Date: 2001-10-12
Description: This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the aviation night vision imaging system (NVIS) used to supplement night VFR operations.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-587: PART 3 - REQUIREMENTS FOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS PART 3 NIGHT VISION DEVICE (NVD) COMPATIBILITY - ISSUE 2: 03/2009 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2009-03-13
Description: This Defence Standard (Def Stan), in conjunction with the documents referred to herein, specifies the requirements for lighting systems to be used on HM Surface Ships in the presence of night vision devices (NVDs).
FAA - FO N 8900.80 - OPSPEC/MSPEC/LOA C048 ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEM (EFVS) USE ON STRAIGHT-IN INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES OTHER THAN CATEGORY II OR CATEGORY III - ALL AIRPORTS Organization: FAA
Date: 2009-05-11
Description: This notice establishes operations specification (OpSpec), management specification (MSpec), and letter of authorization (LOA) for operations with Enhanced Flight Vision Systems (EFVS).
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3859 - STATUS, VISION, AND CHALLENGES OF AN INTELLIGENT DISTRIBUTED ENGINE CONTROL ARCHITECTURE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-09-17
Description: Author(s): Name: Dennis Culley; Affiliation: NASA Glenn Research Center Name: Sheldon Carpenter and Bill Mailander; Affiliation: GE Aviation Name: Bert Smith and Christopher Darouse; Affiliation: Army AATD Name: Gary Battestin and Walter Roney; Affiliation: BAE Systems Name: Colin Bluish; Affiliation: Rolls-Royce Liberty Works Name: Bruce Wood and Jim Krodel; Affiliation: Pratt & Whitney Name: Alireza Behbahani; Affiliation: Air Force Research Laboratory Name: Bobbie Hegwood; Affiliation: Rolls-Royce Name: Tim Mahoney and Ronald Quinn; Affiliation: Honeywell Name: Richard Millar; Affiliation: Navy NAVAIR Name: William Rhoden; Affiliation: Hamilton Sundstrand Name: Bill Storey; Affiliation: Goodrich Meeting Details: Name: AeroTech Congress & Exhibition Location: Los Angeles, California, USA Date: 09-17-2007
NAVY - NAVAIR 5400.157 - (AIR-00) NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND LEADERSHIP CONSTRUCT AND OPERATIONS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2004-01-16
Description: Additionally, this instruction defines the key decision processes the Leadership Team will use to set and implement the strategic vision for Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), address emerging tactical issues, and direct the planning, management, budgeting, and execution of cost-wise, efficient, and responsive business operations that yield products and services of value to the Warfighter and other customers.
SAE AS8055 - (R) MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR AIRBORNE HEAD UP DISPLAY (HUD) Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: Specific applications can include flight instrumentation, navigation, engine and system status, alerting, surveillance, communication, terrain awareness, weather, enhanced vision, synthetic vision and other displays. This document covers criteria for conformal and non-conformal HUD systems that are intended for use in the flight deck by the pilot or copilot.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-2236 - HIGH PERFORMANCE ROBOTICS FOR AEROSPACE PAINT FINISHING OPERATIONS Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-08-19
Description: These developments include: new IRB5500 robots with increased work envelope and acceleration capability; highly efficient RB1000 paint atomizer family; CBS advanced paint saving cartridge technology; new robotic powder paint application (IC-3) and color change (PCC) equipment; DispensePac sealant and adhesive robotic dispensing systems including newest applications of sprayable masking materials; TrueView vision and force control systems supporting applications in work object location, robot guidance, part cleaning, sanding, polishing and masking.
ICAO 9994 - MANUAL ON AIRBORNE SURVEILLANCE APPLICATIONS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ICAO
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: For surface applications, it is pointed out that SURF and SURF-IA (B1-SURF: Enhanced safety and efficiency of surface operations – SURF, SURF-IA and enhanced vision systems (EVS)) are expected to complement A-SMGCS levels 1 and 2 (B0-SURF: Safety and efficiency of surface operations (A-SMGCS Levels 1-2)) and A-SMGCS levels 3 and 4 (B2-SURF: Optimized surface routing and safety benefits (A-SMGCS Levels 3-4 and synthetic vision systems (SVS)).
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2521 - NASA'S FUNDAMENTAL AERONAUTICS SUBSONIC FIXED WING PROJECT: GENERATION N+3 TECHNOLOGY PORTFOLIO Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: These new capabilities will enable the national vision of significant growth in airspace system throughput in coming decades while reducing overall environmental impact.

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