Further Traffic Collision and Avoidance Systems Installations
TCAS Version 6.04 Software Integration – FlightSafety Boeing MD-82 (CAE)
TCAS version 6.04 was installed in the CAE manufactured MD-82 for FlightSafety Boeing Training in Dallas , Texas . The TCAS system was installed completely in the host computer using existing spare I/O channels. FSBTI engineers installed the hardware for the installation, and ASC handled the software installation and system integration.
TCAS Version 6.04 – FlightSafety Boeing MD-82 (CAE)
TCAS version 6.04 was installed in the CAE manufactured MD-82 for FlightSafety Boeing Training in Mexico City .
Collins TCAS II 6.04 – FAA 727-200 Oklahoma City (CAE)
This system uses converging traffic models designed by ARINC Research Corp., and was integrated with the simulator to display the traffic on the weather radar panel, and on the IVSIs, which were also part of the installation.The system provides aural and visual warnings and provides vertical guidance on the IVSIs.
Traffic Collision and Avoidance Systems version 6.04
- FlightSafety International MD-80 #1 – Long Beach
- FlightSafety International MD-88 – Long Beach
- FlightSafety International MD-87 – Long Beach
- FlightSafety International 737-200/300 #2 Long Beach
- FlightSafety International 737-300 #1 Seattle
- FlightSafety International 737-300 #3 Salt Lake City
The MD-80 series installations are aircraft black box “stimulations”. Signals emitted by the TCAS antenna are simulated, and transmitted to theTCAS computer. The TCAS computer is interfaced to the simulator according to aircraft specification, and is therefore able to annunciate warning and guidance information. IVSIs have been added to the cockpit for the purpose of providing guidance information. The weather radar panels also indicate TCAS traffic activity.
The 737 installations utilize simulations of the aircraft TCAS computers. Other interfacing to the IVSIs, map displays, and weather radar displays are done according to aircraft specification.