Noise & Emissions ModellingWe conduct airport noise and emissions modelling using industry standard toolsets, but with an innovative mindset. Our analytics capability underpins our approach to noise and emissions modelling, and we are comfortable working with large datasets and manipulating...
WebTAG NOISE AND EMISSIONSAt Think we understand the needs of the UK CAP1616 airspace change process particularly when it comes to quantification of the economic impacts of airspace changes. In particular, clients often struggle with the WebTAG compliant quantification of an airspace’s...
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THE HUMAN ELEMENTS IN YOUR SYSTEM?
In our industry, we tend to focus on the technical components of our systems and overlook the human elements. At Think, we consider operational staff to be the most valuable asset for any ANSP or airport. Without consideration of how they may be affected by changing traffic conditions, procedures or equipment, operators will soon find themselves operating under unsustainable conditions; which jeopardises safety. The application of Human Factors techniques throughout a project lifecycle is likely to make the difference between long-term successful operations and severe complications.
ARE YOU REPLACING YOUR OPERATIONAL SYSTEM?
The thought of replacing an ATM system, either in part or in full, can be daunting. A wide range of different aspects needs to be considered, such as: requirements generation; purchasing; tailoring; validation; verification; and training.
Think Research helps guide ANSPs through this process, making sure at all times that the right jobs are being done at the right time to achieve a safe, acceptable, on-time and on-budget implementation.
COULD YOU BENEFIT FROM EMPLOYING SIMULATION ACTIVITIES?
Simulation is a capability at the core of our services. We use it to test ideas, generate evidence of system performance, gain user feedback and train the operators.
It allows you to test new concepts, systems or operators in a realistic way without using your actual platform or compromising operational safety