Real Time Aircraft Atypical Approach Detection for Air Traffic Control
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AbstractIn this paper, a complete tool for real-time detection of atypical energy behaviors of airplanes is presented. The methodology extends in real time an existing offline process using Dubins trajectories as a predictor of the remaining distance to the runway threshold. Two major contributions are presented in this paper. First, a real-time measure of the aircraft energy behaviour is defined, indicating whether the aircraft is in good condition to intercept the extended runway centreline from its current position. Secondly, a 2D trajectory suggestion is given, allowing safe management of the approach path according to atypical criteria of historical data. Finally, this document proposes a comprehensive tool for air traffic controllers, which is a major step forward in understanding, becoming aware of and resolving critical situations that could lead to accidents.
CitationJarry, G., Delahaye, D., Puechmorel, S., & Feron, E. (2021). Real Time Aircraft Atypical Approach Detection for Air Traffic Control. doi:10.20944/preprints202103.0202.v1
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