TraVis - Flughafen Leipzig/Halle
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  • WEATHER DATA
    Higher basic noise due to high wind!
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    Information
    TraVis Version 3.1.8  (30.08.2019)
    Use Limitation
    TraVis is for your personal and non-commercial use only. You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or dispose with or without remuneration of any information, software or other data obtained. If further use is intended please contact of Flughafen Leipzig/Halle GmbH, 04029 Leipzig, Germany in written form for permission.
    The TraVis Developer
    TopsonicTopsonic Systemhaus GmbH
    Europark 2A
    Adenauerstraße 20
    D-52146 Würselen
    Germany

    Tel: +49(0)2405-40 80 60
    Fax: +49(0)2405-40 80 659

    Web: www.topsonic.aero
    Mail: info@topsonic.aero
    CURRENT mode
    In CURRENT mode, you can see flight and noise information from Leipzig/Halle Airport with a time delay of 10 minutes. The TraVis application is automatically opened in CURRENT mode when launched.
    ARCHIVE mode
    In ARCHIVE mode, archived flight and radar information from Leipzig/Halle Airport is displayed. You can access the ARCHIVE mode by clicking the calendar symbol, in the upper function panel. You can select any date and time within the last 3 months to view information you are interested in. The automatically displayed control box, at the top left of the frame, allows you to adapt the replay speed. You can move backwards and forwards in time using the buttons below this control box.
    Switching between CURRENT und ARCHIVE mode
    You can switch between the two display modes using the Calendar or Start button in the left part of the upper function panel. The ARCHIVE mode is started by choosing a start time and confirming it with the OK button in the calendar dialog. You can return to CURRENT mode by clicking on the Start button.
    Measuring Points / Measuring Stations / Measurements
    The measuring stations are displayed as measuring points. If a measured sound level is below the threshold defined individually for every station, the measuring point will be displayed in green . If the noise level is above, it will be displayed in yellow . If the noise level is recognised as an aircraft noise event, the measuring point will turn orange red .
    If a measuring station is temporarily out of service or no measurements delivered for technical reasons, the station will be displayed turquoise without any values . Furthermore, the measuring point will turn turn red if a noise level of 90 dB(A) is exceeded. This occurs for example when the calibration is checked. If a measuring station is coloured grey , a downtime is indicated. This can be caused by weather conditions (e.g. thunderstorms, strong gusts of wind, etc.). The downtime of the measuring station will not be taken into account for the continuous noise level calculation or any other reports. By clicking on the measuring station, detailed information will be displayed at the right side of your browser window, such as name of the measuring station, height above sea level, actual noise level, etc.
    Aircraft Tracks
    Landing and departing aircraft can be recognised by their colour and by their flight tracks in the system. The blue coloured flight tracks indicate the paths of landing aircraft and the red tracks those of departing aircraft. The length of the flight path shown, can be adjusted in the "View options" dialog.
    Time
    In the "CURRENT mode" in TraVis the traffic is displayed with a 10 minute time delay for technical reasons. The system time is local time (CET resp. CEST) at Leipzig/Halle Airport.
    Marked Object
    Clicking on a particular aircraft will display any relevant detailed information. The appropriate information will be shown on the right side of the screen.
    Mark your own position
    You can mark your own position using the home symbol - just drag the little house icon with the mouse from the header area to the map and move it to your own position. You can subsequently open the distance graphics for selected flights in the data panel on the right side of your browser window. Additionally you can open a context menu by clicking the right mouse button above the home symbol - in this menu you can open a window with information about the marked position or remove the home marker.
    View options
    Under "View options" (open by clicking the gear-symbol in the header area) you can customise your view of aircraft movements and flight data. Information referring to every aircraft movement can be switched on and off by using the button "Show data flags for all flights". Detailed information can be displayed by using the button "Show big data flags".
    Tips & Tricks
    You can also use your keyboard to change the map view. After clicking on the map, you can zoom out with the ‘-‘ key and zoom into the map using the ‘+’ key. You can use the arrow keys and PageUp/PageDown keys to change the section of the map displayed.
    Almost all modern internet browsers include a full page mode, which shows the content of the browser window without the menu bar and other toolbars being maximised to full screen. Press the F11 key to start and end this mode or use the full screen button in the header area.
    You can measure distances on the map by right-clicking two (or more) positions on the map. The result of the measurement will be shown in a small information area in the bottom left corner of your browser window. Left-click on the map to stop the measurement.