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  • ATM Sub-Functionality  + (Component of [[ATM functionality]].)
  • ACC nominal capacity  + (Computed capacity derived from declared capacity of the individual sectors within the ACC.)
  • Space weather  + (Conditions on the sun and in the solar win
    Conditions on the sun and in the solar wind, magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere that can influence the performance and reliability of space-borne and ground-based technological systems and can endanger human life or health of aviation flight crews and passengers.
    h of aviation flight crews and passengers.)
  • Verification  + (Confirmation through the provision of objective evidence that specified requirements have been fulfilled.)
  • Conflict  + (Converging of aircraft in space and time which constitutes a predicted violation of a given set of separation minima.)
  • Regulated Demand  + (Counts produced by Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS) that show the effects of regulations when applied to the Traffic Demand (TD) values.)
  • Traffic Demand  + (Counts which are produced as a result of flight plans being filed.)
  • ATC-DPI  + (DPI message sent by the CDM-Airport to the CFMU (ETFMS) notifying the target take-off time (TTOT) between ATC time of predeparture sequencing and the actual take-off time (ATOT))
  • Demand Data Repository  + (Data Repository that provides European airspace planners and airspace users with an accurate picture of past and future European air traffic demand, to meet their planning and monitoring needs.)
  • Mini Flight Data  + (Data build by the [[Enhanced Tactical Flow
    Data build by the [[Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System]] (ETFMS) when the [[Centralised SSR Code Assignment and Management System]] (CCAMS) cannot correlate the incoming Code request (COR) with an existing FPL. As a result a [[Code Allocation Message]] (CAM) will be send, shown with a M in the T column of the Flight List..
    h a M in the T column of the Flight List..)
  • Coordination data  + (Data on the COP (coordination point) between two sectors of the same ATC unit or from adjacent units.)
  • Data product  + (Data set or data set series that conforms to a data product specification (ISO 19131*).)
  • Network Management Data Warehouse  + (Data warehouse used to store historical information of the core systems ETFMS, IFPS and ENV and also statistics and key performance indicators in support of strategic, pre-tactical and tactical decision making.)
  • Network Management Environment Database  + (Database containing comprehensive details of the Network Operations area and Air Traffic Services (ATS) organisation.)
  • Planned Full Benefit  + (Date by when the Full Operational Capacity (FOC) of the OIs is expected. It is assumed to be equal to the Planned End of Deployment date.)
  • Planned Start of Benefit  + (Date by when the Initial Operational Capability (IOC) is expected corresponding to first OIs availability.)
  • Planned End of Deployment  + (Date by when the end of deployment of latest Enabler within an OIs is expected; Stakeholder stops incurring in costs at this point in time.)
  • Planned Start of Deployment  + (Date by when the start of deployment of the earliest Enabler within an OIs is expected. Stakeholder starts incurring in costs at this point in time.)
  • Operational Improvement IOC date  + (Date from which benefits are expected to start according to enablers' availability.)
  • V5 start/finish  + (Dates at which the deployment of an enabler can start/finish.)
  • V4 start/finish  + (Dates at which the industrialisation of an enabler can start/finish.)
  • User Preferred Route  + (Defined during the planning phase by Airspace Users, the UPR describes the entire airborne phase of a flight as an expression of their Business / Mission intentions.)
  • Adverse weather conditions  + (Degraded weather condition: a condition wh
    Degraded weather condition: a condition which might have a significant negative impact on airport performance unless a proper response is organized (i.e. the selection of an airport operating mode to respond to given degraded conditions and eventually the use of additional airport resources such as de-icing/anti-icing services). This would be the case when visibility is poor and/or in case of freezing conditions, precipitations, etc.
    freezing conditions, precipitations, etc.)
  • Reactionary delay  + (Delay caused by late arrival of aircraft or crew from previous journeys.)
  • ATFM airport delay  + (Delay caused by regulation based on traffic volume which has a [[reference location]] classified as AZ (Aerodrome Zone) or AD (Aerodrome))
 (Delay incurred on the ground, either at the gate or on the taxiway)
  • Ground delay  + (Delay incurred on the ground, either at the gate or on the taxiway.)
  • Stagger  + (Deliberate, controlled variation of the pulse repetition frequency of the SSR to prevent aircraft plots due to second-time-around replies.)
  • Rerouteing Reference designation  + (Designation used in a Rerouteing Proposal (RRP) sent to the originator of the Flight plan proposing another route to either avoid a regulation or to off-load a sector.)
  • Controller Intent  + (Desired behaviour by the controller that w
    Desired behaviour by the controller that will have an impact on the aircraft trajectory. The controller intent may not be entirely observable or quantifiable. For example, a controller may vector an aircraft by assigning a heading, the controller intent includes a turn-back, but the precise magnitude and timing of that manoeuvre may not be known a priori.
    that manoeuvre may not be known a priori.)
  • Pilot Intent  + (Desired behaviour by the pilot that will have an impact on the aircraft trajectory. An example includes the placement of the top-of-descent during descents at the pilot’s discretion.)
  • Information flow type  + (Direction of a data flow between client and server.)
  • Polarisation  + (Direction of the electrical field vector of radiated radar energy with respect to a plane tangential to the earth (horizontal, vertical, left-hand circular, right-hand circular, elliptical, etc.).)
  • Standard  + (Document, established by consensus and app
    Document, established by consensus and approved by a recognized body, that provides, for common and repeated use, rules guidelines or characteristics for activities or their results, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context.
    ptimum degree of order in a given context.)
  • Flight Suspension message  + (ETFMS message sent suspending a flight, which thereafter should not get take-off clearance.)
  • ACC observed capacity  + (Effective capacity assessed from the observed air traffic, and the actual ATFM delays, using the CASA algorithm of the Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU).)
  • Organisation (IR 1034/2011)  + (Either an air navigation service provider or an entity providing ATFM or ASM or other network functions)
  • Electronic Flight Bag  + (Electronic computing and/or communications
    Electronic computing and/or communications equipment or systems used to display a variety of aviation data or perform a variety of aviation functions. The scope of EFB functionality may include data connectivity. EFBs may be portable electronic devices or installed systems. The physical EFB may use various technologies, formats and forms of communications.
    gies, formats and forms of communications.)
  • Airspace Building Block  + (Elementary sections of modularised airspac
    Elementary sections of modularised airspace (as defined by the appropriate airspace provider) that are too small individually for controlling purposes, but instead form the basic constituent parts of a Controlling Block as part of an optimising process. This block may also be referred to as a Pixel.
    block may also be referred to as a Pixel.)
  • Required enabler  + (Enabler must be operational to achieve the expected operational improvements. If the Enabler is not developed and deployed, the OIs benefit is not reached.)
  • Optional enabler  + (Enabler that represents an alternative technical solution or an enhancement compared to a specific required enabler. It will not restrict or constrain the IOC of the related operational improvement.)
  • Encoder/decoder  + (Encoder/decoder entity used for encoding and decoding data to be transmitted and received, respectively.)
  • Breakaway thrust  + (Engine power needed to initiate movement and reach taxiing speed.)
  • Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System  + (Enhanced version of the previous TACT system, which is a monitoring tool that supports decision making in short-term tactical actions.)
  • Estimated Time Over  + (Estimated entry time over an airspace for a non-regulated flight based on flight plan data and Environment Database (ENV) data.)
  • Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System Operator  + (Eurocontrol staff working in one of the IFPS Units.)
  • Basic area navigation  + (European RNAV operations which satisfy a r
    European RNAV operations which satisfy a required track, maintaining accuracy of ± 5 NM for at least 95% of the flight time. This level of navigation accuracy is comparable with that which can be achieved by conventional navigation techniques on ATC routes (defined by VOR/DME, when VORs are less than 100 NM apart).
    ME, when VORs are less than 100 NM apart).)
  • European Aviation Safety Programme  + (European regional approach to the ICAO requirements of State Safety Programmes. It contains an integrated set of regulations and activities to improve safety within EASA Member States.)
  • Equipment  + (Field in a filed flight plan (FPL) requiring the SSR capabilities of an aircraft.)
  • Benefit uncertainties  + (Figures that are needed to calculate the values of the benefits in the CBA model, but which are not precisely known. They are captured in ranges with low, base and high values.)
  • Volcanic ash  + (Fine particles of mineral matter from a volcanic eruption which can be dispersed long distances by winds aloft.)