Wednesday, 21 November 2007


Gunde 3500 ucakla bas eden MODERN bir sistem Touch Input Device kullanmak zorundadır.Fotograflarda Keyboard yalnızca flight data assistant'in önünde gozukmeli.
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105755007.1.1.4 TID
10575600 ---
10576000By use of the TID, a dynamic keyboard, the controller can enter messages
10576100and requests into the system. The keys are presented dynamically in a
10576200way that only syntactically correct input sequences may be typed in.
10576400For the TID itself no separate error treatment is implemented, but the
10576500proper working of the both manual device multiplexers (MIX) used as
10576600data path between PC's and TID's is controlled. In case of error the
10576700MIX's are automatically reconfigured.
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004600014. General Use of the TID
00470001 4.1 Requirements for TID Use
00480001 4.2 General Layout
00490001 4.2.1
00500001 4.2.2 Sequence Control Touches
00510001 4.2.3 Display and Cancellation of Aircraft Callsign on the TID
00520001 4.3 Sequences Starting with Callsign
00530001 4.4 Sequences Starting with "SET"
00540001 4.5 Summary of Inputs
00550001 4.5.1 Inputs after Callsign
00560001 4.5.2 Inputs after SET
00570001 4.5.3 Input Availability

078700003.4 Touch Input Area (TIA)
07880000 ----------------------
07920000The TIA comprises two parts which are interactive as a TID input is carried out.
07950000It consists of:
07970000a) The readback area (RBA)
07980000b) The label block area (LBA)
08010000The LBA is the operator input device proper. It is used to display label blocks which indicate, during the different stages
08020000of an input sequence, the significance of the individual touches. The RBA is used during the composition of a TID sequence to
08030000display data corresponding to individual touch actions.
08050000In case of erroneous input during and/or after an input sequence the RBA may also show error/warning messages. See list on
08060000next page.
085900004. General Use of the TID
08600000 ----------------------
086200004.1 Requirements for TID use
08630000 ------------------------
08670000The Touch Input Device (TID) is used in conjunction with the EDD picture to give the controllers easy access to flight
08680000related data.
08700000This device is available at planning, executive coordinator and executive controller positions, who can insert orders to
08710000modify, insert or cancel data related to the selected flight.
08730000The rest picture is that picture presented on the EDD under the TID mask when no action is engaged. This picture contains
08740000labels of general use and a set of callsign labels.
08760000When touching a wire the controller is presented with a new picture with new labels; this can be repeated until the
08770000completion of the order which is then sent to the system when the 'EXEC' touch is pressed.
08790000The labels on the different label blocks are arranged in such a manner that the OPS requirements are met:
08820000a) The label blocks are presented such that they give guidance to the controller when composing the input.
08850000b) The set of input orders for the different positions are arranged so that they all make a mosaic picture which avoids a
08860000change in the presentation of the set of input orders as a result of an operational position management input. ex. planning
08870000controller combined with an executive coordinator and an executive.
08900000c) The touches necessary to make an input are minimized.
089500004.2 General Layout
08960000 --------------
09010000The TID is a frame of 19 touches superimposed on the LBA of the EDD. The touches are organised horizontally in three rows of
090200006 touches and one vertical touch reserved for execution (EXEC) of an input order.
09030000Figure III.4.1 shows the three main TID blocks i.e.
09060000a) Rest-picture
09070000 ------------
09110000This is displayed when the TID is not in use. It displays callsigns of aircraft currently under control of this position plus
09120000those foreseen to be coming within a certain time parameter. Up to 15 callsigns may be displayed on this page. The NEXT touch
09130000may be used to display the next callsign page if more than 15 are available for use.
09140000An arrow is displayed in the LBA if callsigns
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09200000b) Callsign Options
09210000 ----------------
09250000After selection of a callsign from the 'REST' picture the callsign options are displayed.
09290000c) SET Options
09300000 -----------
09340000After selection of SET from the 'REST' picture, the SET options are
09380000Three different TID sets may be defined, one for each of the control position types i.e. Planner, Coordinator and Executive.
094300004.2.2 Sequence Control Touches
09440000 ------------------------
09470000Three sequence control touches are provided:
09490000a) EXEC
09500000 ----
09530000When touched at the end of an input sequence it instructs the system to execute the input order and then to redisplay the
09540000rest picture provided the input was accepted by the system.
09580000b) BTK Back Track
09590000 ---------------
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09690000c) RESET
09700000 -----
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097900004.2.3 Display and Cancellation of Aircraft Callsign on the TID
09800000 --------------------------------------------------------
09840000In the N-state and for the first ECO and EC within an M-state the parameters for the automatic display of TID callsigns are
09850000based upon Sector Boundary, or LPN if LPN is IN (i.e. LAD; POP-UP; LRS Change).
09860000In the case of an on-off change point the parameter for the second EC is
09870000in relation to the on-off change point.
09890000In the M-state callsigns are
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09920000For an aircraft for which an APL is input it is normal that an EC should be nominated during the KDS input of the APL. When
09930000the KDS order is entered the aircraft callsign will be displayed immediately to the nominated EC and his associated PLC/ECO.
09940000An APL callsign will only be displayed to a next and any subsequent sector EC and PLC/ECO upon 'handoff' of the previous EC.
09960000In M-forced callsigns
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09990000Aircraft callsigns will be deleted from the TID either.
10010000a) upon 'Assume Control' of the next EC
10030000b) upon manual cancellation of the flight plan (CNL) or of the
10040000 LRS (CNLLRS)
10060000c) or
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10100000It should be noted that no automatic cancellation of a plan will be effected for an aircraft in the M-state or in M-forced
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10110000An APL will be cancelled automatically after 1 hour unless
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101800004.3 Sequences starting with callsign
10190000 --------------------------------
10220000- Assume control
10250000To assume reponsibility for a flight.
10280000 Touch Sequemce Recaction
10300000 ASM - EXEC . Erases all upstream TID callsigns
10310000 . SDD symbol - to new controller
10320000 . Sector identity (Label and FDM)
10330000 to new controller
10370000- Cancel PLan
10410000To delete all information concerning the flight plan from the system.
10420000(protected input)
10460000 Touch Sequence Reaction
10480000 CNL - Yes - EXEC . To delete all TID callsign displays
10490000 . SSD symbol - to unassumed symbol
10500000 . Sector identity - deleted from
10510000 label and FDM
10520000 . Callsign will remain displayed on
10530000 SDD until the KPL is cancelled,
10540000 provided the flight remains on
10550000 last assigned SSR code.
10590000- Allocate
10640000To override the automatic allocation of a flight to a controller.
10650000This order may only be used in the N-state and will not produce
10660000strips. It will have no effect on the SDDs.
10700000 Touch Sequence Reaction
10720000 - EC No. - Sector - EXEC To manually allocate
10730000 to an EC different from
10740000 automatic allocation
10750000 -------------------------------------------------------------
10760000 - S/cut - To be used to generate
10770000 ALLOC - EXEC callsign to a foreseen
10780000 sector if a route short-
10790000 cut would bring the air-
10800000 craft into the sector
10810000 before the automatic
10820000 generation of the call-
10830000 sign to both EC and PLC/
10840000 ECO (protected input)
10850000 ------------------------------------------------------------
10860000 - Recovery - EXEC To recover from a wrong
10870000 assume
10890000 The aircraft callsign
10900000 will be redisplayed to
10910000 all previous sectors
10920000 concerned with the flight
10930000 as unassumed flight.
10940000 Thereafter the flight
10950000 will be automatically
10960000 assumed, if the aircraft
10970000 is flying on an on-route
10980000 segment or has to be
10990000 manually 'assumed' by the
11000000 correct EC, if the air-
11010000 craft is flying on an
11020000 off-route segment at that
11030000 time.
11080000- HANDOFF
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16540000To change label position on an aircraft for which no callsign is
16550000on the TID
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166800004.5 Summary of Inputs
16690000 -----------------
167100004.5.1 Inputs After Callsign
16720000 ---------------------
16760000 - LVL - KFL - FL - EXEC
16770000 - MFL - FL - EXEC
16780000 - KFLF - 3 FIGS - EXEC
16790000 - MFLF - 3 FIGS - EXEC
16800000 - XKFL - EXEC
16810000 - XMFL - EXEC
16830000 - STATE - M-FORCE A R+ S … … . . .
16840000 - CNLLRS - EXEC
16860000 - PSSR - 4 FIGS - EXEC
16880000 - COR - RLB - EXEC
16900000 - XCOR - EXEC
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171500004.5.2 Inputs After SET
17160000 ----------------
17190000SET - VEC1 - RLB - RLB - EXEC
17200000 - VEC2 - RLB - RLB - EXEC
17210000 - XVEC - EXEC
17220000 - MTD - RLB - EXEC
17230000 - TRK - RLB - RLB - EXEC
17240000 - XTRK - RLB - EXEC -
17260000 - LAB.DRN - EXEC
17270000 - AUTO - EXEC
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174200004.5.3 Input Availability
17430000 ------------------
17460000Sequence Planner Coord. Executive
17470000-------- ------- ------ ---------
17490000MODETA x x x
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