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The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology
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Volume 20, Issue 4 - Aug 2016
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Jun 2016
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Apr 2016
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2016
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Self Bag Drop Simulation Development of Systems for Airport Baggage Handling System
Lee, Kang-Seok ; Jie, Min-Seok ; Choi, Won-Hyuck ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 107~115
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.107
The passenger who use airport spend a lot of time in check-in. They are also delayed in their readiness for departure. Therefore, for decrease in time that is waiting time for handling luggage, recently many airports are expanding self-service. Also internal development and manufacturing for production automation system and IT technology are world-class. So, for localization of self bag drop (SBD) system, I think that application this system in domestic technique and constructing competitive in customer reception system will be efficient airport management. To this end, for looking for optimal conditions when passengers use SBD, this thesis include development simulation of relevance to system. Also this thesis secures information for passenger`s in foreign country airport and simulate this data. Finally, that analysis the best management passenger system when the passenger use SDB.
Design and Implementation of Ship Application System for Maritime Service Utilizing onboard Ship Collected Data
Kang, Nam-seon ; Kim, Yong-dea ; Kim, Sang-yong ; Lee, Bum-seok ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 116~126
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.116
In this study, has designed the ship application system for efficient data integration management of onboard ship and shore application/service utilizing data collected onboard ship, and has implemented the module. In order to supports onboard ship and shore service utilizing onboard ship collected data and provide a easy to access among individual devices, the ship application system applied the XML structure of ISO 16425 and the data sharing system model discussed in IALA, and the common module for system operation, a windows service for data collection/integral management, and web service module for management has been implemented.
Case Study of Applying DO-278A for Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System
Jo, Sanghoon ; Lee, Hongseok ; Kim, Jha-young ; Yi, Jin-geun ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 127~133
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.127
This paper proposes a case study of applying to DO-278A, which is a software development standard of ground aviation equipment in communication, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) domain, in order to develop software of Advanced surface movement, guidance and control system (A-SMGCS). It explains considerations to application of DO-278A standard, discusses how to tailor processes or requirements specified in DO-278A in detail, and explain tailored results. And it also summary problems or issues occurred during application of DO-278A, which can be appeared when DO-278A is applied to for the first time by any development part. These are required considerations in order to reduce trial and error. To the conclusion, it explains lessons learned from application of DO-278A and suggest how to solve these problems or issues.
Analysis of Flight Trajectory Characteristics of Ballistic Missiles Considering Effects of Drag Forces
Kim, Jiwon ; Kwon, Yong Soo ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 134~140
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.134
This paper analyzed flight trajectory characteristics of ballistic missiles considering effects of drag forces. It is difficult to intercept ballistic missiles which fly over atmosphere with supersonic speeds and small radar cross section (RCS). In particular, the velocities in the phases of boost and terminal are changed significantly due to the steep variation of the drag force. Therefore, in order to build up a successful ballistic missile defense systems, the effects of the drag forces should be considered in the analysis of ballistic missile trajectory characteristics. In this point of view, this work analyzed the effects of drag forces and derived the flight trajectory characteristics of Scud B, C and Nodong missiles. Model of the ballistic missile flight trajectory is considered the effects of Coriolis and centrifugal forces, and specifications of the missiles are open sources.
Development of ANSP Safety Maturity Survey Model for Enhancement of Air Traffic Service
Park, Dam-yong ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 141~147
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.141
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.
Case Study for Functional Hazard Assessment of A-SMGCS
Lee, Hongseok ; Jo, Sanghoon ; Choi, Hyungseok ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 148~154
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.148
Safety assessment is necessary to develop safety related CNS/ATM system. It includes functional hazard assessment (FHA), effects eliciting system safety requirement that mitigates system`s hazardous event. This paper performs a case study for functional hazard assessment of A-SMGCS. To do this, related A-SMGCS studies from Eurocontrol and EMMA are surveyed, and assessment schemes of functional hazard from Eurocontrol and EMMA are combined. Not only FHA scope but also several assumptions for FHA are defined for Incheon airport. 29 hazards are identified and their severities are assessed. And exposures and safety objectives from hazards are analyzed using event tree analysis method. Differences between result of this study and result of EMMA are analysed, and assessment results in this study are also reviewed.
Estimation of Time Difference Using Cross-Correlation in Underwater Environment
Lee, Young-Pil ; Moon, Yong Seon ; Ko, Nak Yong ; Choi, Hyun-Taek ; Lee, Jeong-Gu ; Bae, Young-Chul ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 155~160
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.155
Recently, underwater acoustic communication (UWAC) has been studied by many scholars and researchers. In order to use UWAC, we need to estimate time difference between the two signals in underwater environment. Typically, there are major three methods to estimate the time-difference between the two signals such as estimating the arrival time of the first non-background segment and calculate the temporal difference, calculating the cross-correlation between the two signal to infer the time-lagged, and estimating the phase delay to infer the time difference. In this paper, we present calculating the cross-correlation between the two signals to infer the time-lagged to apply UWAC. We also present the experimental result of estimating the arrival time by using cross-correlation. We get EXCORR
Dispersion-managed Optical Links with the Uniform Distributions of SMF Lengths and Residual Dispersion Per Span
Lee, Seong-Real ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 20, issue 2, 2016, Pages 161~166
DOI : 10.12673/jant.2016.20.2.161
In high capacity and long haul optical communication systems, signal distortion is induced by chromatic dispersion and nonlinear effects of optical fibers. Dispersion management (DM) combining with mid-spans spectral inversion (MSSI) is one of the various techniques for overcoming this drawback. The most simple configuration of DM link is obtained by uniformly distributing the lengths of single mode fiber (SMF) and residual dispersion per span (RDPS) over whole fiber spans consisted of optical link. In this paper, the system performances in the uniformly distributed DM link combined with MSSI are assessed as a function of the number of fiber spans, because the system performances in this configuration are used as the significant performance criterion in other link configurations, such as the artificial distribution or the random distribution of SMF lengths and RDPS.