ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF NON-SEGREGATED AIRSPACE AND APPROACH WITH PARALLEL
Considers the features of ensuring the flight of manned and unmanned aircraft in non-segregated airspace, as well as providing a pairing aircraft on parallel runways. The results of the assessment of areas of conflict situations for various navigation equipment of aircraft are given for parallel routes and for crossing routes. It is shown that the failure of global navigation satellite system equipment on an unmanned aircraft will lead to violation of the separation standards due to the low accuracy of the existing INS. The problem can be solved by the introduction of VOR / DME navigation systems and their analogs, or more accurate inertial navigation systems. The analysis of a pairing aircraft for manned and unmanned aircrafts on parallel runways is made. It is shown that existing heavy unmanned aircrafts can not make dependent approach due to low landing speed. It is proposed to allocate the intervals for the landing of the unmanned aircrafts group between the landings of manned aircrafts.
Authors: E. A. Rubtsov, S. A. Kudryakov, V. V. Romancev, S. A. Belyaev
Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control
Keywords: Flight safety, unmanned aircrafts, area of conflict situations, parallel runways, pairing aircraft
View full article