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A Radar Reference Architecture for ATSEP Qualification

SkyRadar’s Radar reference architecture is a framework that describes the different components that make up a radar system, and how they interact with each other.

It is the basic configuration to provide use cases in system monitoring and control training.

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ATSEP Use-Cases: Impact Of Interoperability Errors on ATC System And How To Resolve Interoperability Issues

Interoperability refers to the ability of different systems or components to work together seamlessly.

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Expert Voice Article - Digital Identity and how Digital Onboarding to an eID Wallet Takes Place

The ability to digitally prove who you are on a national scale across the private and public sectors has the potential to improve user experience, strengthen security, and boost economic growth. For the consumer, it’s about simplicity, transparency, personal control of data, and reliability.

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System Monitoring & Control with SkySMC in a Nutshell (Video)

With SkySMC SkyRadar created an environment for ATSEP to learn System Monitoring & Control, while working with SMC software, training hardware, virtualized and simulated infrastructure as well as virtual reality.

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SkySMC - A Real Service-Oriented System Monitoring & Control Environment for ATSEP Qualification (Video)

State-of-the-art qualification of ATSEP cannot limit itself on scenario-based animations. There are too many error-options. To reach higher levels in the learning taxonomy, real or virtualized infrastructures are the solution.

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ATSEP Use-Cases: Communication Errors

In software-based systems, invalid input can create hindrances in the identification process resulting in the generation of an error message.

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Innovation In The Sky - EUROCONTROL’s Air Transport Innovation Network

EUROCONTROL’s Air Transport Innovation Network, EUROCONTROL’s Innovation Hub is paramount for developing agile digital solutions and services.

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Electronic Warfare - Uncovering Range Deception with Pulse Compression and Pulse Doppler

Drones and military aircraft try to hide their real positions through deception jamming. The following videos show successful detection with pulse compression and alternatively pulse Doppler, and subsequent detection algorithms.

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ATSEP Use-Cases: Understanding Target Formation and Fixing Track Errors

Sometimes a single plot or a track gets split into two targets appearing at different positions. This split of targets is termed double targeting. This article explains the reasons and suggests countermeasures.

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