A Fuzzy Based Aircraft Collision Avoidance System

Irfan Younas, Zaheed Ahmed, Syed Tauseef Mohyud-Din


As new aircrafts are inducted into the fleets of commercial airliners the vast airspace is becoming congested on certain routes and commercial hubs. Midair collision risks are increasing with the growth in air traffic volume and therefore; for the sake of safety aircrafts must be technically adept of monitoring the airspace and divert from a predetermined route, when traffic or weather conditions so dictates. In this research a fuzzy based aircraft collision avoidance system is proposed which is capable of generating an alert of a potential midair collision. In addition, the proposed system is competent of protecting the aircraft by taking its control, if no preventive action is taken within specified time. The intension is that the collision avoidance scheme can be achieved by monitoring and avoiding the intersection of guarding spheres between aircrafts. The concepts of aircraft domain and advisory areas are used in the proposed system to compute a guarding sphere, radical axis and automatic control region for the collision avoidance system. The proposed system can be integrated with existing collision avoidance systems for enhanced air traffic security.
Airborne collision avoidance, Fuzzy expert system, Traffic surveillance
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Proceedings of the 9th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Informatics and Communications
World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS) Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States
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