For towered airports, the airport-level operations count in the OPSNET could be used to calculate [[bar.M].sub.IFR].
The historical percentages of itinerant IFR operations at towered airports are calculated from the data in the OPSNET. Their corresponding based aircraft information is available in the TAF in terms of five aircraft categories: single-engine aircraft, multiple-engine aircraft, jet-engine aircraft, helicopters, and others.
is the primary communications system for NWS to analyze and distribute meteorological, hydrological, satellite, and radar data that is shared with Weather Forecast Offices nationwide.
and FCR are part of the PASSUR 3C Program, designed to provide a single platform from which airports can communicate, coordinate and share consistent information with all of their most important stakeholders in order to maximize efficiencies and airport performance in real time.
This team developed a suite of Web-based reservist management tools called OpsNet
. The OpsNet
tools streamlined administrative control workload by 80 percent, allowing the 340th FTG to redirect over 1,950 man days per year back to the primary mission.
SFO is one of 18 airports directly reporting their field conditions via PASSUR OPSnet
, which consolidates airport conditions including NOTAMS and critical non-NOTAM information onto a single screen.
FCR is designed to provide airport users with access to complete airport condition information on a standardised and automated platform.
PASSUR Aerospace Inc (OTC BB:PSSR), owner and operator of a database of flight information with proprietary decision-making software, has reported that Westchester County Airport in New York has signed a contract for the Field Condition Report (FCR) module, part of the PASSUR OPSnet Suite.
PASSUR OPSnet is a web portal using an advanced PASSUR information database for the creation of instant communication and information sharing with members of the airport community in a real time, secure environment.
The airport has signed an agreement to acquire the Field Condition Report (FCR) module, part of the PASSUR OPSnet
system, which provides daily operational management as well as protocols for the efficient and smooth management of an airport during irregular events such as snow and ice, lightning and construction.
Megadata Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: MDTA) has said that Boston's Logan International Airport has deployed the PASSUR OPSnet system.
Boston Logan is now using OPSnet to generate automated e-mails of field condition report updates to Logan users, as well as automated prints of the field condition report (FCR) at Federal Aviation Administration flight services.