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This document specifies the minimum performance requirements of in-flight trolleys, containers and associated equipment such as drawers, trays and waste bin liners intended for installation in galleys and other areas of transport category aeroplanes. The most relevant approaches have to be identified, developed and properly documented. This document provides to the aviation community a collection of disciplines necessary to assure that the aeronautical information used by the community meets the standards of quality and integrity appropriate for a safe flight.
Second generation homing specifications f. This chapter introduces the ATOL concept, illustrates the organization of the information to describe the concept and lists the inputs used as reference baseline.
This document discusses the role of airborne collision avoidance from other traffic. Rather, it is an eurocas to using aeronautical data, based on sharing data between all Partners, ensuring a common view of the ATM and airport environment on all levels. Data link communications are expected to be used for routine or frequent types of transactions. Change 1 to EDA was issued in October Issued in November This document is intended to provide guidance on the airworthiness certification process for electronic aircraft equipment installed or integrated on board an aircraft, featuring a wireless communication function to allow for exchange of information with other equipment installed or integrated on board the same aircraft.
Telephone – Volume 3: Issued in September sd-111 It provides practices for showing compliance with the regulations and serves to assist a company in developing and meeting its own internal standards by considering the guidelines herein. This document contains minimum operational performance specifications for Emergency Locator Transmitters, ELTto ensure that they will: This document discusses the development of aircraft systems taking into account the overall aircraft operating environment and functions.
This document provides a framework in which the development and certification processes of an ACR can be implemented. Compliance with these standards by manufacturers, installers and users is recommended as one means of assuring that the equipment will satisfactorily perform its intended functions under conditions encountered in routine aeronautical operations.
These changes represent feedback from industry use of the published version of DOB. No longer maintained Issued in February It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for altimetry function will meet the performance standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima RVSM operation throughout the operational life of the system.
This Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification MASPS document pertains to remote tower optical systems, and is applicable to all optical sensor configurations that could be used to implement remotely-operated ATS for an aerodrome.
This document provides a specification for the minimum performance requirements of a system to provide the flight crew with a view of the area outside the flight deck euorcae. Change 1 to ED This document is a resource for Airworthiness Authorities AA and the aviation industry for certification when the development or modification of eurocqe systems and the effects of intentional unauthorized electronic interaction can affect aircraft safety.
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No longer maintained Issued in January Improved Antenna and Cabling Specifications, g. The aim of this work is to develop a universally agreed and unambiguous definition of what constitutes Foreign Object Debris in the context of an aerodrome and how it can be usefully classified.
ED consists of two Volumes plus supplementary material: However, Attachment A is provided for informational purposes only, and is not formally incorporated into Volume 1 as an alternative statement of requirements. Issued in March This supplement identifies the additions, modifications and deletions to EDC and EDA objectives when object-oriented technology or related techniques are used as part of the software development life cycle sd-111 additional guidance is required.
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ED-111 – Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (including Amendment N°1 – 30 July 2003)
The goal is to contribute to the establishment of a regulatory framework based on the existing regulatory environment for civil aviation that will allow qualified unmanned aircraft to operate in airspace without segregation from manned aircraft and without degrading airspace efficiency and safety.
This document is a supplement to EDA. It addresses elements of effective aircraft p-static control design. This minimum operational performance specification covers altimetry function.
Existing safety processes have not had to consider intentional disruption. It explicitly covers the exchange of real time Flight Information and Aeronautical information, and makes a number of assumptions about the provision of other types of information for example, consistent meteo sd-111 aircraft performance information. Based on the eurocaee of standardized current AMDBs, a variety of applications can be envisioned.
Member discounts will be applied at the final step of your order if applicable. These standards specify system characteristics and requirements that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers, certification authorities and users of the Equipment.
In addition, this example shows the interrelationships with ARP This document describes the overarching context of the shared responsibility for Aeronautical Information Systems Security AISS through the identification and description of topics, which have to be addressed. Unmanned aircraft1 are not different from their manned counterparts, whilst operating. Those service instances would be on a very high level of interoperability as they follow common requirements on the logical and technical levels.
This document relates to the overall design, construction, operation and safety of fuel cell installations for aircraft including eurocea integration of the fuel systems and other fuel cell systems containing potentially hazardous fluids as defined in this document into the aircraft.
This document contains a minimum operational performance specification for airborne VHF communications equipment receiver and transmitter intended to be used for airground communication. It is also intended to cover equipment suitable for use in an 8. This standard was developed to enable air traffic service providers ATSPs to interoperate eufocae data link equipped aircraft when one of the systems is still compliant with the Baseline 1 Standard.
The PED ARC Aviation Rulemaking Committee established in made recommendations to clarify and provide guidance on allowing PEDs usage from gate to gate without compromising the continued safe operation of the aircraft.
The concept of Airport CDM does not imply any particular system or architecture. This includes validation of requirements and verification of the design implementation for certification and product assurance. These standards specify system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment.