Commissioned by LVNL, MovingDot was responsible for the identification, inventory and development of necessary changes in procedures, for the Royal Netherlands Air Force Command (CLSK) as well as LVNL, to facilitate the realization of colocation of civil and military air traffic control at Schiphol-East as from December 2017.
MovingDot, together with ADSE, developed the system-support environment requirements for the Lelystad ATC tower.
Being compliant and being able to demonstrate compliance go hand-in-hand. Compliance of procedures used by Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) is secured in operational documentation, training and actual operations. In cooperation with MovingDot it resulted in a process for verifying compliance of procedures and ongoing compliance monitoring.
The Dutch government describes in its Airspace Vision policy document (“Luchtruimvisie”) the vision and strategy on how Dutch airspace should be developed. In close cooperation with service providers ATC The Netherlands (LVNL), Eurocontrol Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) and the Dutch Air Force (CLSK), MovingDot developed a new strategy of the ATM system that meets current and future requirements.
In 2016 MovingDot, together with Rebel Group, conducted a market study, commissioned by the Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment. The main purpose of this survey was to gain understanding in the potential for cost savings, innovation and customization at the regional airports Groningen Airport Eelde and Maastricht Aachen Airport.
The KDC project, “Schiphol DCL Utilisation”, showed that in the short-term improvements to the outbound process by increasing use of ACARS for pre-departure clearance, so called DCL, is possible.
MovingDot experts assist the LVNL Procedure Development department in their design, development and maintenance of ATC-related procedures.
MovingDot conducted research to improve the quality and framework management of operational documentation.
Provide information on the operational performance of the Dutch Air Traffic Management (ATM) system. How? By better understand the efficiency of individual flights through analyses of airliner city pairs, and quantifying potential flight profile improvements. Furthermore, identify additional flight specific efficiency performance indicators for Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL).
MovingDot, working together with DC-ANSP, developed a structured process for a change of the ATM system. Part of this process: demonstrate compliance to the regulator with a safety case to transition to a new ATC tower. The development of the new control tower at Flamingo International Airport in Bonaire was the first to apply this new process.