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Keithvinning

New You Tube Video
« on: May 17, 2020, 05:02:22 pm »
Another New YouTube Video Uploaded

Another You Tube video has been uploaded. This describes what PilotAware Rosetta is at the highest level in a block diagram format. Most forumites will know this but it does also hint at some of the next developments now we have the support of ATOM GRID.


The previous new YouTube video described what types of Electronic Conspicuity (EC) are available in the UK and Europe and how PilotAware Classic and Rosetta units can see more aircraft than any other device available. There is a clear description of what can and can't be seen and an introduction to ATOM GRID and Mode-S 3D. The video can be seen here

https://youtu.be/zyAfh2xhA50

This seems to follow on straight after  the latest one

Please socialise this new, new one to anyone who is unclear of what can and can't be seen by PilotAware and how the 178 ATOM GRID stations will light up their screens with aircraft when they are in range. Please Subscribe and Thumbs Up if you like the video.

Working on the ATOM GRID Video now.

Cheers

ADMIN

« Last Edit: June 05, 2020, 01:37:13 am by Keithvinning »

Keithvinning

Re: New You Tube Video
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2020, 07:24:45 pm »
Another 2 YouTube Videos Have Been Uploaded

Two new videos have been uploaded. Both include information on the PilotAware ATOM GRID Network.

The first video is a description of the ATOM GRID Network. It includes a brief introduction on how it works and some of the functionalities.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8TtscFCRKo&t=925s

The second video describes how all Electronic Conspicuity devices, particularly stand-alone carry on devices, can suffer from performance degradation and how improved installation and help from the ATOM GRID Network can overcome this in certain instances and also help with interoperability between systems.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1imxhjG8ds

Hopefully, these will provide more information on how the PilotAware infrastructure works and encourage more stations to be installed in the UK and mainland Europe.


Regards

Keith