Trajectory Control by Ground Based Speed Adjustments
|Term||Trajectory Control by Ground Based Speed Adjustments|
an automated de-confliction method that supports conventional surveillance based operations. In this mode, automation support tools impose speed adjustments (horizontal and/or vertical) within a limited range and constrained to the medium term time horizon in order to tactically de-conflict traffic and reduce complexity and controller task load.
EPISODE 3 glossary , referring to ERASMUS Concept of Operations, D2.2.1, v2.0, June 2007
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