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ECTL 13-110856-A Support to the Automated Safety Data Monitoring Indicator project. Details. Objective: support the development of an Automated Data Processing Tool. Firm part (1 st October-31 st December) +Optional part (1 st Jan-31 st March)
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provide an advanced "look and feel" of the automated data processing tool. The tool shall allow an iterative process of design and review to be conducted with the EUROCONTROL project team, and for the design to be evolved in accordance with EUROCONTROL requirements, meaning that it shall be capable of integrating further performance indicators. As a minimum the tool shall demonstrate how automatically generated data can be displayed, filtered, processed and interacted with. At this time, the automatically generated data is expected to be as detailed in section 1.3 above, but this may be expanded as the project progresses.
Following the production of the Interface Demonstrator - which will be non functional - it will be used to derive a detailed specification of functional and non functional requirements describing user actions and outputs. The URD will consider as a starting point the prototype tool. The technical specification shall be written in such a way that it may be used to develop a fully defined system interface should it be required.
Based on the user requirements document and the interface demonstrated a detailed requirements specification will be produced. The specification will describe in detail the process and technical "functions" the tool is expected to deliver. The specification will make it clear how for the safety performance indicators data can be processed and displayed in accordance with the User requirements specification. The specification will also make it clear how future automated indicators shall be integrated into the tool. A list of potential indicators for display will be provided.
Based on the URD and the SRD, the tool shall be developed to accept, process, analyse and display, to start with, separation minima infringements and runway incursions data, and any other indicator data identified and agreed with EUROCONTROL. The tool will be managed in accordance with software development best practice, and is expected to function on generic windows platforms and not require specialist software to run.
This task is twofold:
· how to use and administer the Tool
· program source code
· how further evolution of the Tool has been taken into account in its design
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