RWSLReading, Writing, Speaking and Listening (education standards)
RWSLRunway Status Light System (Federal Aviation Administration)
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So voicing the main thought and question on every trader and investors lips, RWSL asks, "How can we create a share trading program that will be effective for our increasingly stressed markets?" The answer - To establish an automated trading system that removes human emotion from the equation and forms the foundation of a complete trading package, with greater speed and functionality that is more important than ever given the vigorous pace of the markets.
However, the FAA confirms that the RWSL does not act as a substitution of the ATC clearance, which means that the vehicle should not enter the runway without a controller clearance even if the RWSL have gone out [16-20].
The FAA wants pilots and crews to know the RWSL is an automated system operating independently from ATC.
According to its developers, RWSL, which is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, has documented "saves" in which it effectively warned pilots in several instances not to continue takeoff because another aircraft had moved into the first aircraft's path.
According to LAWA the RWSL system will increase overall safety of aircraft operations at LAX through reducing the likelihood of a runway collision.
Peter Wynn, managing director of RWSL, said: ``This is an important day in the history of the company.
The RWSL system presently consists of two configurations pictured in the diagrams below: Runway Entrance Lights (RELs) are installed at taxiways and Takeoff Hold Lights (THLs) are on runways.
RWSL operates by automatically illuminating red lights if the airfield's Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X (ASDE-X) detects traffic on or approaching the same runway.
RWSL is comprised of two types of red warning lights embedded in the pavement of a runway or taxiway: Runway Entrance Lights (REL), visible from the taxi hold position, that turn on automatically when it is unsafe to enter a runway; and Takeoff Hold Lights (THL), visible from the takeoff hold point, that illuminate automatically when it is unsafe to depart from a runway.
RWSL is a system of red lights embedded in runways that are triggered automatically by ASDE-X surveillance radar to warn pilots if it is unsafe to cross or enter a runway.
Illuminated RWSLs mean aircraft should stop and inform ATC.