ACP Seminars and Presentations

ACP Members luncheon with Leocadia Zak, Director, USTDA

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ACP Members engage at Aviation Security Workshop

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General Aviation Seminar Proceeding

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GA Presentations

– Aviation Finance – Legal Issues, GE Capital India
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– Business Aviation: Growth, Opportunity and Challenges, Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc.
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– General Aviation: Financial and Legal Session, Todd Hattaway – Hawker Beechcraft
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– General Aviation: Growth, Opportunity and Challenges, WCG Inc Download

– General Aviation – The Helicopter View, CEO Indocopters Pvt Ltd Download
– Government Initiatives in General Aviation Download
– Key Trends Shaping the Indian MRO Market, Air Works Download
– General Aviation: Opportunity and Challenges, URS Scott Wilson – South Asia
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– MRO – INDIA : Challenges, Air India Express Download
– SEPARATE PROCEDURES AND ROUTES FOR GENERAL AVIATION, ATM Download
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ATMTP

– AAI Presentation by Delhi Airport March 2009Download
– ACP ATMTP Presentation
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– ACP Overview Mumbai
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– ATMTP March 23, 2009 Agenda
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– Flight Track of the last 18 Approaches into EBBR vs 18 approaches into VABB
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– JAI75 21 TO 26 FEB FLIGHT TRACKS INTO BOM
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– US Presentation Mumbai Airport March 2009
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– VHHH-VABB TRACKS MARCH 2009
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Ground Based Augmentation Seminar (GBAS)

Augmentation of a Global Positioning System (GPS) signal is a method of improving the air
navigation requirements such as accuracy, integrity, availability, and continuity
through the integration of external information into the calculation process. Some additional
information about sources of error (such as clock drift, ephemeris, or ionospheric
delay), will help the calculation process to improve the Signal-in Space (SIS) accuracy. GBAS is
a system that supports augmentation through the use of terrestrial radio messages. As GBAS
is commonly composed of one or more accurately surveyed ground stations, which take
measurements with GPS, and one or more radio transmitters, which transmit the
information directly to the end user. Generally, GBAS networks are considered localized, supporting receivers within 20NM, and transmitting the errors and other data on the Very High
Frequency (VHF) or Ultra High Frequency (UHF) bands.

Automatic Dependent Surveillance –Broadcast (ADS-B) Expand

ADS-B determines its own position using a global navigation satellite system (GNSS)
particularly Global Positioning System (GPS) constellation and periodically broadcasts
its position and other relevant information to potential ground stations and for other
aircrafts which are equipped with ADS-B-IN equipment on board. ADS-B can be used over several
different data link technologies, including Mode-S Extended Squitter (1090 ES),
Universal Access Transceiver (978 MHz UAT), and VHF data link (VDL Mode 4). A special
implementation of the ADS-B concept for general aviation aircraft is FLARM, highly optimized for the purposes of gliding. ADS-B provides accurate information and frequent updates to
airspace users and controllers, and hence supports improved use of airspace, reduced ceiling /
visibility restrictions, improved surface surveillance, and enhanced safety through
conflict management. A vehicle equipped with ADS-B gives periodical broadcasts to its own state
vector and other information without knowing what other vehicles or entities might be
receiving it, and without expectation of an acknowledgment or reply. ADS-B is automatic
in the sense that no pilot or controller action is required for the information to be
issued.

It is dependent surveillance in the sense that the surveillance-type information so
obtained
depends on the suitable navigation and broadcast capability in the source vehicle.

Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) Presentation Expand

– CONFERENCE AGENDA Download
– Presentation on Challenges, Lessons learned and Benefits from US Experience
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– Presentation on Air Traffic Flow Management–India by V. Somasundaram, Executive Director [ATM], Airports Authority of India
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– Presentation on ATFM Systems and Required Infrastructure Presented by James R. Hill, Project Manager, ATFM India Requirements Development U.S. DOT/RITA/Volpe Center
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– Presentation on ATFM and CDM:1970s
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– AAIndia ACP
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– Presentation on Introduction to Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
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– Presentation on International ATFM Activity by Dr. Pratik D Jha, Lockheed Martin Corporation
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– Presentation on The SYSTEM Approach is the SOLUTION by Bill Sanvidge
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– CONFERENCE VIDEO Download