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Surveillance Systems

Regulus Group employs the nation’s foremost subject matter experts on systems engineering; experts in specialized areas like radar, networking, automation, safety, and human factors. We bring extensive experience in Cooperative and Non-cooperative RADAR, ADS-B, and Wide Area Multilateration. Regulus engineers work within the FAA to develop test tools, data analysis capabilities, modeling and simulation tools, and a comprehensive test bed and toolset that can fully evaluate new capabilities or changes to the NAS infrastructure. We also work with US and international standards bodies to maintain the existing standards documents and develop requirements for advanced surveillance applications.

Risk and Safety Assessment

Safety assurance is core to the FAA’s mission and Regulus leads the development, coordination, assessment and implementation of project-specific safety strategies and products that contribute to a common safety framework across government agencies and FAA organizations. We develop safety artifacts throughout the life cycle of programs including continuous safety monitoring through collection and analysis of operational data – ensuring that any new safety issues or risks are identified and resolved during NAS operational use. Our team interfaces with FAA Safety organizations in the development of safety cases and to obtain their concurrence and approval on the safety risk management document for changes to the NAS.

Surveillance Systems

Regulus Group employs the nation’s foremost subject matter experts on systems engineering; experts in specialized areas like radar, networking, automation, safety, and human factors. We bring extensive experience in Cooperative and Non-cooperative RADAR, ADS-B, and Wide Area Multilateration. Regulus engineers work within the FAA to develop test tools, data analysis capabilities, modeling and simulation tools, and a comprehensive test bed and toolset that can fully evaluate new capabilities or changes to the NAS infrastructure. We also work with US and international standards bodies to maintain the existing standards documents and develop requirements for advanced surveillance applications.

Risk and Safety Assessment

Safety assurance is core to the FAA’s mission and Regulus leads the development, coordination, assessment and implementation of project-specific safety strategies and products that contribute to a common safety framework across government agencies and FAA organizations. We develop safety artifacts throughout the life cycle of programs including continuous safety monitoring through collection and analysis of operational data – ensuring that any new safety issues or risks are identified and resolved during NAS operational use. Our team interfaces with FAA Safety organizations in the development of safety cases and to obtain their concurrence and approval on the safety risk management document for changes to the NAS.

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