Conflict probe starts rollout

December 2003
Air Traffic Management;Winter2003, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
Features the User Request Evaluation Tool (URET) system, a conflict probe tool used by air traffic controllers in the U.S. Identification of U.S. cities that have received the system; Features of URET; Advantages to users.


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