- Volume 20 Issue 2
Stable and reliable air traffic service is required for users (aircraft pilot, air traffic controller, airlines and public) through enhancing capability related to airport operation and continuously improving air navigation system. ASMS (air navigation service provider (ANSP) safety maturity survey) is to determine the level of management and safety requirement such as organization, risk, policy, process, training and environment in Air traffic service field. We designed and developed the survey (26 study areas of management part and 23 study areas of safety part) considering global best practices (Eurocontrol and FAA) and customizing domestic circumstances with quantitative level assessment regarding management and safety issue of Air navigation system. The survey enables the performance of Air navigation system to enhance and prevents from occurring accident or incident. Therefore, we provides best information with users as well as high quality Air traffic service.
Air traffic service;Air traffic management;Maturity model;Safety management;Survey
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- Radu Cioponea : 2010/2011 ICAO EUR region ATM safety framework maturity survey report, Eurocontrol, Brussels Belgium, Edition 1.0, 2011.
- H. S. Kim, Applying 6 sigma technique in CMMI based software process improvement, Ph.D. dissertation, Sangmyung University, Seoul, Korea, 2006.
- Y. H. Park, A study on the framework for CMMI implementing and its application, MA. dissertation, Changwon National University, Changwon, Korea, 2004.
- S. H. Jung, A way of introducing CMMI based on the certification cases of CMMI, MA. dissertation, Soongsil University, Seoul, Korea, 2007.
- J. G. Lee, An efficient CMMI implementation by problem analysis of CMM implementation, MA. dissertation, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, 2005.
- Linda Ibrahim and Curt Wells : Guidelines for using FAA-iCMMI v2.0 and ISO 9001:2000 in process improvement, FAA, Washington, DC, USA, 2004.