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SE061: Cockpit Moving Map Display
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Status: NOT CURRENTLY ON CAST PLAN
The purpose of this Safety Enhancement is to reduce runway incursions by improving pilot situational awareness using cockpit/vehicle moving map technology in commercial aircraft. The requirements for the moving map implementation are organized into four phases. Phase 1 will address development and installation of cockpit moving map (airport) displays with own-ship position enabled by GPS. Phase 2 will add display functionality for data-linked traffic, ground and air, utilizing ADS-B and TIS-B. Phase 3 will add functionality for runway occupancy advisory systems. Phase 4 will add functionality for data-linked taxi routes and clearance limits. Each phase will also address heads-up guidance display systems (HUDs). Each phase will require the continuing development and certification of cockpit display equipment and the formation of standards, guidelines and procedures for use of the equipment.
This safety enhancement is not currently on the CAST Plan, but might be included in the future. In that event, the attached Implementation Plan would be revised prior to inclusion.
Related Implementation Plan
Related CAST Safety Enhancements
The following SERFIs separate the development phases outlined in SE061 into separate SEs that build upon each other. Note that all these SEs are currently Reserved for Future Implementation (SERFIs).