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Nordic Airport Architecture the functional and architectural demands on us in the 4 A look at the development of airport architecture. opening Lars Rekke, Directorgeneral, Swedish Civil http://www.bv.lth.se/airportarchitecture/print.htm
Extractions: The conference aims to present the characteristics of modern airport architecture and its suitability as applied to Nordic airports early in the 21st century. Does a separate style of Nordic airport architecture exist? The conference deals mainly with airport architecture in the ten-year period 1995-2005. In conjunction with the conference, an exhibition of modern Nordic airport architecture will be arranged at the Museum of Sketches for Public Art in Lund. BACKGROUND Air travel grew strongly in the late 1990s. Becoming inadequate, old airports and their buildings became bottlenecks in the air-traffic flow. A comprehensive extension of airports is going on. New runways, terminal buildings are coming into existence. The centres of architectural and investment gravity have hitherto lain in extending the main national airports. Many of the smaller airports have also required extension, partly because air-traffic patterns have changed. In parallel to these Nordic developments, the capacities of airports in all parts of Europe have become correspondingly larger. Airports comprise the intersections of a global communications network and are the framework for one of the most dynamic activities in modern society. At the end of the 1990s, optimism about air travel was remarkable. The large and growing numbers of people that this transportation apparatus deals with require that airports must be extended and are today often the largest construction projects in their countries. The complexity of their activities, new requirements for security and frontier controls, a strong technical development within this industry, demands on the physical structures of buildings for adaptability and flexibility, and altered conditions for operating economics; together put great demands on the work of forming airport terminals. An important architectural basis for the conference is the renewal of the five Nordic capital airports.
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AGATE Revitalizing General Aviation an integral part of the air traffic system architecture. environment increases airspace and airport access, safety the value of engaging us engineering students http://oea.larc.nasa.gov/PAIS/AGATE.html
Extractions: July 1996 *** NOTE: The AGATE program was completed in December 2001 "AGATE is visible evidence of the commitments of NASA, the FAA, and the industry and university community to two important endeavors: first, to revitalize U.S. general aviation, and second, to reinvent government along the way . . . The AGATE Consortium represents the dawning of a new era for NASA and industry in terms of the ways we do business together. Together, we are undertaking a challenge neither of us could accomplish apart." AGATE Press Conference, July 1995 The challenge for the Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiments (AGATE) consortium is to create a Small Aviation Transportation System (SATS) as an alternative to short-range automotive trips for both private and business transportation needs. For example, using small aircraft would allow business executives to travel to three plants 250 miles apart in a single day-drastically cutting back travel time. The SATS will make many time-sensitive short-haul trips more affordable for business, medical, public safety and recreational pursuits. The creation of the AGATE Consortium in 1994 is changing the face of general aviation-related aerospace. The NASA-led consortium, born out of an effort to stem the gradual decline of general aviation in this country, is playing an instrumental role in the forging of new alliances between government and interested parties, including vital non-profit contributors.
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Extractions: National General Aviation Roadmap Definition for a A Small Aircraft Transportation System Concept Abstract This paper presents trends and forces that shape 21 st century demand for higher-speed personal air transportation and outlines guidance developed by NASA in partnership with other federal and state government and industry partners, for Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) investment and partnership planning. Early 21 st Century Transportation Issues and Opportunities.- Several converging forces are fundamentally re-shaping transportation demand characteristics as we move into the first decade of the 21 st century, including the following: The maturing of the hub-spoke infrastructure into the maturity phase of its natural growth cycle; A "third wave" migration of Americans and their jobs from the suburbs to more rural locations; The transformation of industry from standardized to customized products and services (including transportation) during the shift from the industrial to the information age; The soaring value of human time (and therefore the premium of doorstep-to-destination speed) during the information age;
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Extractions: Employment Home Flight Information Airport Guides Travel Planner ... Cargo NOTICE - For information on security screening positions at airports nationwide and other U.S. security-related employment opportunities, please contact the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) via the below telephone number and/or web sites. Please note that these positions are under direct Federal responsibility and are not positions offered by DFW Airport. T 877 631 5627 AVP Business Systems Under general direction of the Vice President of Information Technology Services (ITS), oversees and participates in business applications, database administration and new technology research and development. Ensures that work performed addresses goals and performance objectives, and complies with Airport Board policies and procedures. Supervises and participates in the development and implementation of the new and revised Information Technology Strategic Plan. Assists in policy and procedures development and in establishing and attaining goals and objectives for the department. Work involves extensive contact and coordination with Airport Board staff, vendors, contractors, and outside agencies. Assists and represents the Vice President of Information Technology Services as required.
Extractions: Today is News and Events: Recent News PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 21, 2001 PARTNERS Announces Solberg Airport Design Contest READINGTON, NJ The contest "Solving the Puzzle: What Does a Modern General Aviation Airport Look Like in a Rural Context That Preserves Quality of Life?" encourages people to identify issues such as architecture, town planning, recreational activities, historical or cultural activities, community centers, meeting areas, or educational opportunities and how the planned improvements can incorporate them into the plan. Entries will be eligible for prizes in categories by age group and number of participants. There is a $10 entry fee for each submission, and winning selections will be shared with local, county and state planning officials. Entries, with application and narrative description, can be in any form be it poster, a photograph collage, technical drawing, or report. Contact PARTNERS through Solberg Airport or visit the PARTNERS website www.PARTNERS-Solberg.org.
Extractions: General Info Maps of Area Customs National Park Permits Overview Banff/Lake Louise...unsurpassed beauty, outstanding facilities and world class activities accommodate every desire. Where else in the world can you find sophisticated convention facilities and civilized accommodations surrounded by 6641 square kilometres (2564 square miles) of wilderness? And only 90 highway-minutes away from the eighth-best airport in the world! Visitor See for yourself Perched 1384 metres (4539 feet) above sea level, the beautiful town of Banff runs along the banks of the Bow River and climbs up the lower reaches of the surrounding mountains. It feels remote, its architecture is delightfully alpine and the character of its residents - locals and visitor alike - is decidedly cosmopolitan. Comprehensive meeting facilities for 6 to 1600 delegates Banff and Lake Louise offer convention planners a choice of eleven hotel conference centres, ranging from exclusive retreats for senior corporate executives to comfortable facilities for more modest groups. Organizers can expect state-of-the-art technologies, experienced support staff and a wonderful selection of on and off-site activities for delegates, companions and children.
Extractions: Helsinki-Malmi Airport: a threatened pearl of 1930's functionalism History Regular air traffic from Helsinki began in 1924 to Tallinn and Stockholm using floatplanes operating from Katajanokka seaplane airport in the heart of the capital. In Scandinavian countries with their long stretches of seashore and countless lakes, floatplanes could be commercially operated longer than in central Europe, where they were being replaced by land-based aircraft. In the beginning of the 1930's, land-based commercial air traffic with regular schedules had established itself in central Europe to such a degree that building airports on land became a prerequisite for joining the European air traffic route network both in Sweden and in Finland. This was considered necessary for both international cooperation and trade.
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Extractions: Departure from the hotel and drive to the pier. Cruise along the Bosphorus, the most picturesque strait between the two continents of Europe and Asia. Disembark at Asian side. Lunch at Has'r Koru Beykoz Restaurant, located on the Asiatic Hill in the centre of a wood, in nature with visual taste and tranquillity. After lunch visit the summer palace of Ottoman Sultans - the Beylerbeyi Palace Museum situated on the Asiatic Shore of the Bosphorus. Drive to the old city to visit the Hippodrome - the centre of civil activities of Constantinople, the Blue Mosque - unique in the Islamic world, with six minarets and the blue tiles striking both for their colour and the immense area over which they are displayed; and St. Sophia Museum - reconstructed in 532 AD by the Emperor Justinian, which stands as a magnificent example of architecture.
General Information - VLDB 2003 built in the past 5 years are a fine piece of modern architecture. For example, the country code for the us is 001, for France 0033 etc. airport and Airlines. http://www.vldb.informatik.hu-berlin.de/travel_GenInf.html
Extractions: About Berlin Currency Banking Tipping ... Weather and climate About Berlin Berlin is the capital city and seat of government of united Germany. Reunification in 1990 ensured that Berlin began to emerge from the ravages of post-war Europe as an exciting and dynamic force in the German political and economic arena. 'New Berlin' is at the heart of commercial growth, with many corporations basing their headquarters in this international metropolis. The embassies built in the past 5 years are a fine piece of modern architecture. Berlin's population is about 3,390,000 (compared to the population of Germany which is 82,688,000). Please see http://www.vldb.informatik.hu-berlin.de/travel_sightseeing.html for more information. Public transportation or getting around in Berlin Each delegate may pick up a complimentary ticket valid for public transportation (U-Bahn, S-Bahn, and Bus) from Monday, September 8, 2003 until Saturday, September 13, 2003. Check your registration bag for a city map and a map of the U-Bahn and S-Bahn. Taxis are rather expensive. Time Zone and time difference Germany is in the Central European Time Zone. Central European Standard Time (CET) is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (
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Extractions: G eneral I nformation Geography Bordered by Costa Rica on the South and Honduras on the North, Nicaragua is the largest Central American republic. The vast Pacific Ocean forms her western border, the balmy Caribbean Sea the east. Is is a warm and friendly land of lakes and mountains; rivers and volcanoes, sea and sun. The country is divided into three geographic regions: the Pacific Lowlands on the west, the mountainous Central Region and the Atlantic Lowlands on the east. The Pacific Lowlands: This lowland area runs from the Gulf of Fonseca, on Nicaragua's Pacific border with Costa Rica south of Lake Nicaragua. From this lowland strip, the Maribios mountain range, with its 25 volcanic cones, towers overs some of the most beautiful and impressive beaches found anywhere else in Central America. This region is the most populated. About 27 percent of the nation's entire population lives in and around Managua, the capital city, on the southern shores of Lake Managua. Few Latin American capital cities share Managua's picturesque location. Being on an open plain, it does not suffer the pollution of other capitals trapped in mountain valleys. In addition to its beach and resort communities, the Pacific Lowlands is also the repository for much of Nicaragua's Spanish colonial heritage. Cities such as Granada and Leon abound in Spanish colonial architecture and artifacts.
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Extractions: GAO Testimony For Release on Delivery Thursday, Statement of Joel C. Willemssen Director, Civil Agencies Information Systems Accounting and Information Management Division GAO/T-AIMD-98-251Ms. Chairwoman and Members of the Subcommittee: We appreciate the opportunity to update the Subcommittee on significant information technology challenges confronting the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA )challenges that affect the level of risk facing the agency and the flying public. My statement today will focus on two critical issues: the Year 2000 computing crisis and computer security. It will also address the need to correct underlying weaknesses in FAA 's management that have allowed these and other key information technology problems to persist. In doing so I will report on actions taken by FAA in response to our recommendations on the Year 2000 problem and computer security,1 the risks that remain on both of these issues, and FAA 's efforts to address our recommendations to improve the way it manages information technology. In brief
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Extractions: General Information Time and Place This 1998 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems ICPADS98 will be held in Tainan, Taiwan , Republic of China, December 14-16 1998.All sessions will take place at the International Conference Hall, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, ROC. Language English is the official language of the Symposium. No simultaneous translation will be provided. In Taiwan, the national language is Mandarin Chinese, though other dialects are also spoken. Many people can speak some English (the most widely studied foreign language), but taxi drivers generally speak only Chinese. City of Tainan Weather December is the most pleasant winter season in Taiwan, which temperature ranging from 13 C to 23 C. Currency The exchange rate approximately US$1.00 = NT$35. You may change your money at hotel counter or bank at the same rate. You should keep your conversion slip so that you can change your money back to foreign currency at the airport when you leave. Travel Visas Visa is required for holders of foreign passport to enter Taiwan. Visa can be obtained from Taiwan's embassies, consulates, or designated representative offices. Please check with your travel agent concerning necessary procedures.
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