Introduction of Information Technology at TMA Split with the Purpose of Optimisation and ...
AbstractThe introduction of information technology into the Croatianair traffic control system at the TMA Split and the applicationof computer programs have significantly improved airtraffic safety. In other words, a reliable and fast analysis is providedas well as remote control of technical systems, reductionof possible human errors in pre-flight and in-flight activities.Also the preconditions are created for its integration into thecomputer sysrems of other air traffic participants.
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