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N90 - New York Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON)

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)
N90 - New York Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON) (Activities)
Utilize ADS-B to Improve Traffic Flows and Reduce Spacing03/01/2010 - 12/31/2016
Project InitiativeDescriptionStatus StartFinish
ADS-B Air Traffic Control Services (Terminal Service Volume) As part of the national ADS-B program, Air Traffic Control Separation Services will utilize ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast) and ADS-R (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Rebroadcast) technology. Five additional radar feeds will be installed into STARS platform after STARS IOC in June 2016. Deployment and training on Fusion software expected to start in September 2016. 03/01/2010 A 12/31/2016
Request Additional Radar Feeds Bring in five additional radar feeds from QVH, ABE, ALB, PHL, AND PVD to N90. All five FTI lines have been installed. 08/24/2015 A 03/08/2016 A
Separation Standard Study - ADS-B Only A study will be conducted to determine if ADS-B Only separation in nonradar coverage volumes can be utilized. ADS-B Only safety case is approved. Separation in non-radar coverage areas at N90 requires Fusion. The STARS SRMD was approved 11/24/14. The CARTS SRMD was approved 11/18/14. 08/11/2011 A 10/22/2015 A
A = Actual Date

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