Transformation of Helicopter PinS Procedures for Airplanes
Keywords:Airplane, PinS, Helicopter, visual, GNSS
AbstractThis article deals with the possibility to use existing helicopter Point in Space procedures with minor changes for airplanes. The basis is to find parts of PinS procedures that need to be changed, suggest these changes, and then determine whether the revised procedures could be usable and could bring the benefits for airplane operations.
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