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5G Comms Mission 

Management

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Sr. Technology Analyst (STA)

Airfield 

 Readiness 

Manager (ARM):

Virtual Reality Flight Tech

(VRFT)

The following are key task are relevant for the ARM to advocate for Aircraft Integration & Readiness Spt:

  1. Commissary

  2. Catering/Gallery Service

  3. Sequence Commissary/Cleaning

  4. Tow Vehicle or Tractor

  5. AC Electrical

  6. Water & Oxygen 

  7. Passenger Bridge

  8. Lavatory Services

  9. Airstairs

  10. Air Conditions (not req. if APU in Opns Use)

  11. Hydraulics & Engine Oil Spt

​12. Over Wing Fuel

13. Loading Bridge (Rear or Front) Doors

14. Bulk Cargo Loading

15. Vaccum Lavatory Rear & Forward Acft Entire Areas

16. APU Service

17. Portable Water Truck

18. Cabin Cleaning Truck

19. Cargo Container Loader

20. Cargo Transporter

21. Over Wing Fueling

Air Traffic Control Report:

Having air traffic control reports available will capture information relevant to air traffic control issues, such as near misses or runway incursions. These hazard reports will capture information like:

  •  ATC Control Position

  •  Airspace

  •  Weather

  •  Light

  •  Altitude

  •  Miss Distance horizontal/

vertical & the

  •  TCAS Factor

Fatigue Report:

Fatigue reports are critical for pilots in particular; but are no less relevant to any other sector of aviation safety. Tired employees pose risk to your SMS, no matter their role. Fatigue reports should capture much information about the type, condition, and severity of the fatigue, like:

  •  Contributory factors;

  •  Last duty period;

  •  Physical symptoms;

  •  Cognitive symptoms;

  •  Description of how fatigued person felt; & Date and time of fatigue

Aircraft Safety Report:

Airport safety forms are hazard reporting forms that are specific to airports. However, they are also applicable to smaller operators who may have a private runway, client facilities, or comprise a significant portion of the local operating environment. In all cases, such operators will face “airport-like” issues. Such reports capture general information that are relevant to facility operational issues

Bird Strike Report:

This one should come as no surprise. Airlines and operators who have direct control over aircraft will need a dedicated bird strike report. Having significant and detailed data on bird strikes with which to data mine can be instrumental in preventing future strikes. Airports & other service providers will also want access to this data to see how exposed they are to birds.

Cabin Safety Report:

Cabin safety reports are another critical type of report to have for aircraft. Cabin reports give the cabin crew the ability to report issues that are specific to their operations. Offering segmentation between similar, but different reports like “Captains Trip” and “Flight Safety.” Cabin Safety reports include info., like:

  •  Cabin activity

  •  Lighting & Weather

  •  Flight phase

  •  Experience of Cab Crw

Flight Safety Report:

Flight Safety reports are general reporting forms regarding flight safety, but are often used specifically to report:

  •  Near-misses;

  •  Evasive action taken;

  •  Airspace; and

  •  Other basic support environmental vital data & relevant observational info.

Captains Trip Report:

Captains Trip reports allow pilots to report aircraft control-specific concerns and irregularities. These concerns include things like:

  •  Equipment or controls that aren’t performing optimally;

  •  Strange aircraft noises;

  •  Novel events that occurred during the flight and may have an impact on safety; &

  •  Any other threat occurrences or unusual activity

  •  Interactions that may have effect on the ability of pilots to conduct flight operations

Maintenance Report:

Like maintenance, security is a concern for all aviation service providers. Any type of operation can be vulnerable to intrusion and will inevitably face such concerns. Having a security report is especially important if you have a dedicated Security Tm or officer.  The three most important pieces of information for gathering security reports are the 5 W’s:

  •  Who was affected;

  •  When did the security issue take place;

  •  Where did the security issue take place;

  •  What was the security vulnerability; and

  •  Why was this a concern for Sec.

Security Officer Report:

Like maintenance, security is a concern for all aviation service providers. Any type of operation can be vulnerable to intrusion & will inevitably face such concerns. Security reports is especially important if you have a dedicated security team or officer.  The three most important pieces of information for gathering security reports are the 5 W’s:

  • Who was affected;

  • When did the security issue take place;

  • Where did the security issue take place;

  • What was the security vulnerability; and

  • Why was this a concern for Sec.

Passenger Security:

Passenger incident forms are another report that have wide ranging applicability to most aviation service providers. Most service providers are providing a service to customers.

In such cases, having the ability to report custom-specific incidents gives your organization the opportunity to establish customer safety performance through data mining.

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