Sporting events are no longer the most preferred target for terrorists, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Outdoor events, conferences, festivals, and other events featuring public figures are all vulnerable. And with over a thousand different-level attacks since 2015, it’s no surprise that safety and security are among the top concerns for event professionals.
Compliance Training 4 All: Traffic Flow Management (TFM)
Operations-End to End Flight Scenario
Compliance4All Adam Fleaming Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Event Link: http://bit.ly/1l6smjf email@example.com www.compliance4all.com
Overview: The topic starts with the communication system design that delivers the single ATCSCC facility with the radar and flight data from the entire National Airspace System (NAS) for real time processing and assessment. There is then a discussion of the various goals, strategies, and techniques the ATCSCC employs to manage and resolve areas of significant traffic congestion and delay. To draw the entire ATC series together, the webinar closes with an "end to end" flight scenario that starts with airline scheduling and asset management planning, followed by the step by step description of an aircraft flight from the initial receipt of the IFR clearance, through the taxi out, take-off, the TRACON experience, the enroute experience, followed by the arrival TRACON sequencing and, finally, the landing and taxi-in function. Why should you Attend: For most people, the Traffic Flow Management (TFM) Air Traffic Control (ATC) function is some mysterious process somewhere that allegedly reduces airborne holding and congestion. Beyond that, it gets fuzzy. The function is performed by the ATC System Command Center (ATCSCC which monitors the entire National Airspace System projects likely areas of significant traffic congestion and delay. It then generates and manages large scale flow management strategies to deal with and resolve the potential disruption to air travel. . If you have a personal or professional need to fully understand the United States Air Traffic Control System and the operational and functional integration of its component elements, an incomplete understanding of the Traffic Flow Management can, and often does, undermine the operational value and effectiveness of technological efforts to enhance the systemic performance of the National Airspace System (NAS) by failing to addressing the "real world" conditions and issues that constrain operational capabilities. If you are an instrument rated pilot or a passenger, much of your ATC exposure and experience will be influenced by the ATCSCC. Your experience will be more intuitive and less frustrating with an understanding of what the ATCSCC system is trying to accomplish and how works. If you are simply interested in aviation, an understanding of ATCSCC operations is fundamental to understanding the aviation system. Areas Covered in the Session: Radar data acquisition Flight data acquisition Traffic Flow Management goals, strategies, and techniques Airline dispatch The operational functioning of all ATC facilities Who Will Benefit: Engineers and other developers of ATC technologies and systems Managers and other aviation strategic planners Government and industry aviation executives Pilots Aviation enthusiasts Speaker Profile Stephen Alvania has 30 years of experience with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. He is Certified air traffic controller at an airport traffic control tower, a radar approach control, and an enroute ATC center, Led the development and deployment of the national traffic flow management system. He has worked as Technical research program manager for multiple advanced ATC capabilities and he is FAA HQ ATC procedures specialist. His expertise also includes, Aviation committee staff the for U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology, ATC Subject Matter Expert for Saab Sensis Corp. Currently Mr. Alvania is the Owner of Air Traffic Systems Consulting, LLC .
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 | 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST | Duration: 90 Minutes