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[330] Flight Data Processing 2000 (FDP2000)
Detail Data
ID: 330
Acronym: FDP2000
Name: Flight Data Processing 2000
Type: Component
Description: The Flight Data Processing 2000 (FDP2000) system replaced the oceanic flight data processing capability provided by Offshore Computer System (OCS) at the Anchorage Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC).  FDP2000 provides new hardware and software with added capabilities.  The added capabilities include winds aloft modeling for improved aircraft position extrapolation accuracy, and support of Air Traffic Services Inter-facility Data Communications Systems (AIDC) ground-to-ground data link with compatible Flight Information Regions (FIRs).  The OCS software was re-hosted from the Hewlett-Packard (HP) 1000 platform to the HP 9000 platform.  FDP2000 provides flight data to the Microprocessor-En Route Automated Radar Tracking System (Micro-EARTS) radar data processing system.  FDP2000 also integrates the existing Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) functions for data link communications with Future Air Navigation System 1 (FANS 1)-equipped aircraft.
Status: In-Service
System/Service Owner: None
NAS Hierarchy Element/Sub-Element(s): Air Traffic Control Automation
  Flight & Surveillance Processing
Primary Roadmap/Diagram(s): Automation
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Secondary Roadmap(s)/Diagram(s): None
Phases of Flight: Oceanic Cruise

  • ID / Revision: 330 / 14
  • Visibility Internet
  • Created: 18-May-2009
  • Updated: 28-Feb-2014

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