Radar Analysis Debriefing System (RADS)

Definition

Radar Analysis Debriefing System

Description

Radar Analysis Debriefing System (RADS) is a PC-based, real-time, tool for playback of radar and voice in a highly intuitive, three-dimensional format. It can be used for analysis of incidents and/or training and is adaptable to any ATC environment. Radar Analysis Debriefing System (RADS) is based on Flightscape’s Recovery, Analysis and Presentation System (RAPS).

Radar Analysis Debriefing System (RADS) was developed by NAV Canada in 2003.

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