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Implementation

Planning, coordination, and communication are the foundations of any successful system implementation initiative. Regulus leverages our experienced staff to ensure stakeholders from all vested parties are engaged and informed of site-level implementation activities before they begin. We have a multi-disciplinary team that understands air traffic and technical operations as well as the impact of new or enhanced systems. We utilize simulation and analysis to develop and test potential operational changes before they reach the field facility level, and support the development of the certifications, safety standards, and operating procedures that govern how these new enhancements will function.

Training

Regulus personnel are well-versed with the intricacies of the air traffic training process. They have been instrumental in the creation and delivery of the requisite ATC training required to ensure the successful implementation of operational enhancements across most ATC automation platforms throughout the FAA. We emphasize frequent and consistent communication and apply our extensive experience in operations and systems to provide an integrated experience to successfully complete training objectives.

Human Factors

Regulus understands the critical role human factors plays in the successful development and deployment of new systems or procedures. Regulus ATC operations personnel are highly skilled and experienced enroute and terminal air traffic controllers. We have a demonstrated our ability to recognize how notional automation interface changes will impact existing systems and assisted the FAA in improving vital system design enhancements. Team members have been called upon by the FAA to participate in numerous projects and have been directly involved in the development of test plans, simulation scenarios and notional ATC procedures.

Implementation

Planning, coordination, and communication are the foundations of any successful system implementation initiative. Regulus leverages our experienced staff to ensure stakeholders from all vested parties are engaged and informed of site-level implementation activities before they begin. We have a multi-disciplinary team that understands air traffic and technical operations as well as the impact of new or enhanced systems. We utilize simulation and analysis to develop and test potential operational changes before they reach the field facility level, and support the development of the certifications, safety standards, and operating procedures that govern how these new enhancements will function.

Training

Regulus personnel are well-versed with the intricacies of the air traffic training process. They have been instrumental in the creation and delivery of the requisite ATC training required to ensure the successful implementation of operational enhancements across most ATC automation platforms throughout the FAA. We emphasize frequent and consistent communication and apply our extensive experience in operations and systems to provide an integrated experience to successfully complete training objectives.

Human Factors

Regulus understands the critical role human factors plays in the successful development and deployment of new systems or procedures. Regulus ATC operations personnel are highly skilled and experienced enroute and terminal air traffic controllers. We have a demonstrated our ability to recognize how notional automation interface changes will impact existing systems and assisted the FAA in improving vital system design enhancements. Team members have been called upon by the FAA to participate in numerous projects and have been directly involved in the development of test plans, simulation scenarios and notional ATC procedures.

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