The services that FerWay can provide are illustrated by means of practical ATM System questions and paths for solutions that FerWay services will employ. Most importantly, the questions illustrate the types of challenges in which FerWay can support your organization. Feel free to contact FerWay for your specific ATM Developments and their innovations.
In this section, some examples of questions that may arise in Operational Concept Development of the ATM System are given.
Question: Defining required traffic metering accuracy
Which arrival traffic metering accuracy is needed in order to achieve goals set in our operational concept? Examples of such goals are: environmental performance (aircraft noise), flight efficiency (fuel consumption) airspace/runway capacity or controller workload.
The result of the activity may consist of:
Question: Implementing a modified Operational Concept
We have identified the changes we need in our operational concepts, but how do we find a balanced mapping of these conceptual requirements onto system modifications, procedural changes or controller skills?
Question: Integrating a new tool into the Operational Concept
We have identified or acquired a tool that will be used to support improvements in our operational concept. What are the requirements that we have to impose on the configuration and use of this tool in order to satisfy the requirements set by the operational concept?
Such a question may often arise when sophisticated ATM technical tools are introduced and their performance aspects are complex to harness. In order to integrate the tool into the Operational Concept however, a clear set of performance parameters need to be defined and implemented.