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IANS Remote Video Surveillance System Receives IAC Certificate

The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) has certified the first Russian remote video surveillance system developed by IANS. Similar certification activities are also being carried out by the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya).

EUROCAE ED-250 Published

European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE) has published ED-250 "Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for a Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting System (ROAAS)". The document sums up almost 2 years of intense work and discussions within the working group WG-101, where...

IANS Hosted First EUROCAE Meeting in Russia

On September 19-21, 2017 a meeting of EUROCAE WG-100 was held for the first time in Russia at IANS premises. The session gathered representatives of the world's leading manufacturers of CCTV systems, such as Frequentis AG (Austria), INDRA, Kongsberg Defense Systems (Norway), SAAB (Sweden), Thales...

IANS Hosts EUROCAE WG-100 Meeting

A meeting of the international working group EUROCAE WG-100 / Remote and virtual towers will be held on September 19 -21, 2017 at IANS head office and experimental flight base Orlovka. The working group includes representatives of the world's leading manufacturers of CCTV systems, such as...

IANS Receives IAC AR Certificate

On August 31, 2017, the Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC AR) certified the Automated Weather Observing Station (AWOS) following the successful testing at the Orlovka air base. The certificate was issued to Aviation Meteorological Systems (AMS), one of the companies of...

Compact airborne situational
awareness system (CASAS)
Intended use

Compact airborne situational awareness system (CASAS) is an integrated surveillance system for helicopters that provides Class A TAWS and RAAS functionality and supports indication of current location on a moving aeronautical chart, displaying information from on-board weather radar, TCAS, and cargo video surveillance system.

CASAS is based on the widespread А813-0409 Multifunctional Display (MFD) which simplifies product installation on the helicopters already using such MFDs.

Development of modification for aircraft is planned, as well as introducing a wider range of functions through the implementation of TCAS and ADS-B applications.

Reactive Ground Proximity Warning System
  • excessive descent rate at low altitude
  • excessive terrain or water surface approach rate at low altitudes
  • excessive altitude loss after take-off or go-round
  • out-of-tolerance high airspeed at low altitudes
  • excessive deviation below glideslope during landing
  • exceeding the threshold of difference between geometric and barometric altitude
  • passing transition heights during descent and landing

Information support: altitude-speed parameter sensors, radio altimeter (RA), instrument landing system (ILS)

Proactive Ground Proximity Warning System
  • warning on insufficient geometric altitude clearance ahead in the direction of a flight
  • recommendations on maneuvering to avoid collision with vertical or horizontal obstacles
  • displaying color-coded relative locations of hazardous natural and artificial obstacles laterally and vertically

Information support: altitude-speed parameter sensors, RAs, inertial attitude and heading reference system (AHRS), global navigation satellite system (GNSS) sensor, terrain and obstacle database

Location Information
  • input, editing and monitoring of operational flight plan
  • Information on approaching state borders, area control centers, dangerous and forbidden zones, etc.
  • inflight display of location and flight route on aeronautical mobile map

Information support: GNSS sensor, inertial AHRS, aeronautical database, aeronautical chart

Warning on Violation of Operating Restrictions
  • exceeding the permitted bank
  • exceeding the permitted pitch
  • excessive descent rate at low airspeed (the risk of vortex ring)

Information support: inertial AHRS, altitude-speed parameter sensors

Informing about Aircraft Location on Surface
  • information on the approaching runway or landing pad number
  • information on the number of an occupied or approaching runway, landing site, taxiway or parking place
  • information on the excessively long stay on a runway or a landing site
  • display of location on moving aerodrome (heliport) map during landing and taxiing

Information support: GNSS sensor, inertial AHRS, aerodrome (heliport) database

CASAS advantages:
  • reducing the number of false alarms during terrain assessment in the direction of a flight by optimizing the size of working area for each flight mode
  • reducing the number of false alarms during terrain assessment in the direction of a flight by consciously lowering clearance altitude when operating at extremely low altitudes
  • increasing clearance altitude given the length of the external cargo sling
  • ensuring optimal obstacle avoidance trajectory by maneuvering both laterally and vertically
  • improving security of overflying artificial obstacles inaccurately reflected in the database by building buffer zones around them
  • increasing the accuracy of determining the true height by complex processing of altitude information
  • showing color-coded relative location of hazardous natural and artificial obstacles both laterally and vertically
  • increasing awareness of the airdrome crew by implementing RAAS functionality
  • displaying moving aeronautical chart
  • providing information in Russian and English
  • Weight: Not more than 2 kg
  • Power supply: 27 V / 50 W
  • Operating conditions:
    • Temperature: From -20 to +55 °C
    • Reduced pressure: Up to 26.9 kPa
  • Screen:
    • Size of the working area 110 х 80 mm
    • Resolution 640 х 480 pixels
    • Brightness 600 cd/m² (for white color)
    • Angle 25/50 deg.
  • Interfaces: ARINC 429 — 8 inputs / 3 outputs, ARINC 708 — 3 inputs, RS-232 — 2 inputs, NTSC / PAL — 1 input, USB 2.0 — 1 channel, Ethernet IEEE 802.3 — 1 channel
  • Standards: RTCA/DO-309, TSO-C194, TSO-C113, RTCA/DO-161A, RTCA/DO-178В
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