EUROCONTROL - InCAS Porting to 64 bits


To support the evaluation of aircraft encounters that involved Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS) alerts, EUROCONTROL has developed the Interactive Collision Avoidance Simulator (InCAS). It is a Microsoft Windows operative software tool for analysis and diagnosis of ACAS performance during aircraft encounters. It uses radar track data of the encounters as a basis and allows for the analysis of a set of variations in systems settings and pilot performance. The InCAS tool has been developed in an incremental way during the last 25 years. InCAS has a 32-bit architecture.

In order to fulfill SESAR Pj11 commitments, there is an urgent need to port InCAS to become a 64-bit application. Further, the present version of ACAS X software (“Run 15”) should be integrated to the ported version of InCAS, so that the version of ACAS can be evaluated in a European environment.

Who should tender:

The Contractor Personnel shall possess :

Knowledge of the InCAS product or equivalent

• Knowledge and experience in developing TCAS/ACAS related software

• Knowledge of the TCAS / ACAS logic

• Proven track record of successful software development, notably porting to 64 bits

• Capability to start immediately and complete the porting in the required timescale

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Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
Friday, August 04, 2017 12:00 AM
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