During the Change Management phase, the newly developed automation system is integrated into system operations. This time period includes training users on the operation of the new system and integrating the new automation into a facilities operations. Systems should be actively monitored during this time to identify any unanticipated results of using the automation. At the conclusion of this phase, the automation system should be ready for regular operational use.
|The story of iFACTS – An Example of Ground-Breaking Automation Implementation at NATS||NATS|
|Electronic Flight Data (EFD)||NATS|
|Implementation of Electronic Flight Progress Strip (EFPS) System||NATS|
|Passive Final Approach Spacing Tool (pFAST)||FAA|
|Runway Incursion / Occupancy Warning System Utilizing E-strips||LFV|
|Traffic Management Advisor (TMA)||FAA|
|Austro Control’s Journey to TopSky from a Human Factors Perspective||Austro Control|
|User Request and Evaluation Tool (URET)||FAA|
New Automation concepts are identified and defined to address operational needs.
Automation is finalized and prepared for system-wide deployment.
The newly developed automation system is integrated into existing operations.
Automation is deployed into operations where it is monitored and maintained.