Accident in which passenger boarding from a wheelchair fell to tarmac. Jetbridge did not extend to plane, but rather ended and then there was a narrower ramp to the airplane. There were gaps on either side of jetbridge and ramp.+23 Other Responses
Airport In Sudan
We have been signed a contract with scaa " sudan civil aviation authority "
for regulations, legislation and regulatory oversight procedures, inspector handbooks and forms development .
There is two stages for this project as agreed contract between us and scaa look below for details:-
conduct the gap analysis stage and that will review where scaa currently stands and where and what it needs to do or develop in the future. According to international standards
for the following departments:-
a - safety department ( 6 directorates )
(1) personal licencing directorate
(2) airworthiness directorate .
(3) operation directorate .
(4) air navigation standers & regulations directorate.
(5) airport certification directorate .
(6) safety management directorate
(b) air transport department ( 3 directorates )
(c) aviation security department ( 3 directorates )
(d) air navigation department . ( 3 directorates )
(-) accidents & incidents investigation directorate
so we requesting one consultant inside to conduct stage one for the all above mentioned departments.
we would like to clarify some important points:
· to ensure that the nominated experts fully understands and comprehend the required tasks required by the contract ( has experience in auditing international regulatory bodies ) .
· he will use proper customized checklists (usoap pqs updated )as per requirements and and to be related to caa regulations, legislation, procedure and forms.
· he fully aware, in advance, of the time span available regarding each department / directorate. Which is ( one day for each directorate )
he will depends on the last icao auditing findings for ( 2011 )
· to ensure that the outputs that will be reported by him clearly reflects the gaps between the current situation of the civil aviation authority against the international caa organization, and international standards
to develop scaa regulations, legislation, inspector handbooks, procedure and forms to be aligning with the icao standers and international standards.
So please could you provide us with a full proposal for stage one and consultant c.V as well+21 Other Responses
Airport Geofencing & Beacons
I have need of an expert for an involved project. I need greater precision concerning the present practice in certain progressive airports and elsewhere of; seamless, automatic switching from a fixed to a mobile apparatus involving geofencing / perimeter strategies / or beacons. I am especially interested in automatic switching from an over-the-air network to wifi. For instance, the miami airport now has beacon technology on each entrance and throughout the airport. With prior permission, an individual's cell phone, laptop or other wireless device, upon entering the miami airport, automatically switches from the individual's over-the-air network to the airport's wifi. Passengers love this feature. Free connectivity, fast speeds, huge capacity, etc. Airports love that passengers love it. Airports and airlines also use the system to relay information, special offers, etc. I was recently at copenhagen airport where the experience is similar. Airports across the country and the world are adopting this technology.
(see the article below for more information)
i own two (2) u.S. Patents that cover such operations. (seamless, automatic switching from an over-the-air network to wifi based on signal strength and a pre-established vicinity range....thus the interest in geofencing / perimeter systems / beacons). I wish to monetize these patents.
I need an expert(s) who can flesh-out the operations of these airport systems and other similar operations. I need to know exactly how the switch occurs when the individual enters the airport. I want to know the mechanisms involved and the suppliers of the hardware and software. I want to know who has set up the system (e.G. Boingo) and in collaboration with whom (apple...Google). I need information on potential targets for perhaps licensing, outright sale of my patents or if necessary patent infringement litigation.
Possible targets would include numerous smaller companies, but also the "big boys" such as google, apple and boingo.
There is ample opportunity for the right expert(s) to gain substantially.
My needs include but are not limited to: a wifi, geofencing, perimeter, beacon specialist, as well as marketing and legal expertise.
The specialist(s) may be involved from the start to the finish of this monetization with the potential of significant financial gain.
I hope this is sufficient to make preliminary inquiries for just the right person or persons.
L. Scott., malibu+53 Other Responses