TCAS


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TCASTraffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
TCASTransactions on Circuits and Systems (IEEE)
TCASTraffic Collision Avoidance System
TCASTrinity College of Arts and Sciences (Duke University; North Carolina)
TCASThree Counties Agricultural Society (UK)
TCAST-Carrier Administration System
TCASTerminal Control Address Space (MVS/TSO)
TCASTechnical Control and Analysis System
TCASTechnical Center for Agricultural Services
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After reviewing the issue of crew desensitisation to TCAS warnings, it has been decided the benefits of both aircraft being in a position to receive warnings of other traffic outweigh the possible advantages of crew desensitisation.
The most frequently used term is TCAS, for Traffic Collision Avoidance System.
Though the FAA required commercial aircraft to equip TCAS as early as 1993, the Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Force (MPRF) community has only recently begun implementation of the system.
The core difference between a full-up TCAS system and TAS is that TAS won't offer resolution advisories.
By contrast, the closing of the detention room at the TCAS in 1920 demonstrated the separation that was occurring between notions of deterring criminal behaviour and protecting children from cruelty and neglect.
Until the accident, pilots were left free to obey an air controller or TCAS instructions.
Swiss air traffic control admitted their TCAS system was off at the time of Monday's crash.
The TCAS retained its full collision avoidance capability in addition to acting as an ADSB receiver.
The BA pilot was alerted by his TCAS - Traffic Collision Avoidance System- and had just a split-second to avoid the jumbo.