Browsing by Author "Brooker, Peter"

Browsing by Author "Brooker, Peter"

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  • Brooker, Peter (Ashgate Publishing, 2005)
    Are air traffic controllers humans or people? At first sight, this seems a very odd question, given that ‘humans’ and ‘people’ are near-synonyms in the dictionary and everyday usage. However, in research on air traffic ...
  • Mohd, Noorlinah G. (Cranfield University, 2007-10)
    Radiotelephony between air traffic controllers and pilots utilises standard phraseology as the medium of communications. Standard phraseology employs specific structure, terminology and pronunciation to ensure effectiveness ...
  • Brooker, Peter (European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, 2006-10)
    European Air Traffic Control is extremely safe. The drawback to this safety record is that it is very difficult to estimate what the ‘underlying’ accident rate for mid-air collisions is now, or to detect any changes over ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Cranfield University, 2005-06-27)
    The prime goal of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) system is to control accident risk. Some key questions are posed, including: What do design safety targets really mean and imply for risk modelling? In what circumstances ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Cranfield University, 2005-06-27)
    This is a critique of ESARR4 and its main supporting documents. ESARR4 is the Eurocontrol Safety Regulatory Requirement Number 4 (Eurocontrol SRC, 2001): ‘Risk Assessment and Mitigation in ATM’, ATM standing for Air ...
  • Brooker, Peter (2008-01-16)
    ATM (Air Traffic Management) and the associated UK business opportunities are huge topics, so the presentation sketches key issues. It includes lessons from the past, some ideas about the future, and case studies. The ...
  • Brooker, Peter (UK international Press Media & Events, 2007)
    Stasis is a word used by the ancient Greeks to mean many different things: civil war, arguments between factions, ‘a stoppage’. Today it generally means a cessation of progress or change. ATM in Europe is in danger of ...
  • Brooker, Peter (2007-10)
    The primary goal of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) system is to control accident risk. ATM safety has improved over the decades for many reasons, from better equipment to additional safety defences. But ATM safety ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Royal Aeronautical Society, 2007-10-01)
    The context here is Transport Risk Management. Is the philosophy of Air Traffic Safety different from other modes of transport? – yes, in many ways, it is. The focus is on Air Traffic Management (ATM), covering (eg) air ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Elsevier, 2004-10)
    With Full Delegation Airborne Separation Assurance System (ASAS), separation control would be delegated to the (properly equipped) aircraft, i.e. aircraft pilots are responsible for aircraft separation. The aim is to try ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Institute of Acoustics, 2006-05)
    “Nobody wants to buy your house. It’s the aircraft noise. You’ll have to reduce the price a lot.” Aircraft noise around airports causes annoyance, and tends to reduce the price of affected properties. Can annoyance ...
  • Brooker, Peter (2005-07-12)
    The title ‘Airport Safety, Capacity and Investment’ could potentially cover an enormous range of topics and approaches. Techniques used include probabilistic risk analysis, queueing theory, operational research, and cost ...
  • Brooker, Peter (2008)
    In late 2007, the ANASE (Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England) report was published. It claimed that people are increasingly annoyed by aircraft noise, and it estimated how much they would be willing to ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Blackwell Publishing, 2008-03)
    Does anyone who lives under a flight-path like aircraft noise? It is a political hot potato as well as a peace-destroyer. Tens of thousands of people will hear the noise from any third runway at Heathrow. So, when a study ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Institute of Acoustics, 2008-01)
    In November 2007, the ANASE (Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England) report was published. It claimed that people are increasingly annoyed by aircraft noise, and it estimated how much they would be ‘willing ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
    European Air Traffic Management is extremely safe. The drawback to this safety record is that it is very difficult to estimate what the ‘underlying’ accident rate for mid-air collisions is now, or to detect any changes ...
  • Brooker, Peter (UK & International Press, 2009)
    Aviation’s contribution to climate change is now a topic of considerable interest. This paper summarises some key facts on airport CO2 emissions, and highlights some policy implications.
  • Brooker, Peter (UK & International Press, 2009)
    Action on climate change is now the subject of worldwide and European legislation. The following explores some of the issues raised for air traffic management (ATM) and aviation ‘Non-CO2 ’ Issues. A key aim is to examine ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Royal Aeronautical Society, 2006-08-01)
    A variety of related questions is posed. Are the right priorities for future aircraft design being set now? New civil aircraft types could be ‘silent’, ie make much less noise than current types. They could be ‘green’, ie ...
  • Brooker, Peter (Ashgate Publishing, 2003)
    In air traffic control (ATC), controller workload – or controller mental workload – is an extremely important topic. There have been many research studies, reports and reviews on workload (as it will be referred to here). ...