EUROCONTROL - InCAS Porting to 64 bits

- EUROCONTROL

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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Location
EUROCONTROL
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
Friday, August 04, 2017 12:00 AM
Language(s) in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up
English
Tender id
17071304
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