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Conclusion

 

Congratulations! You have completed “Using ADAPT V2 Desktop.”

 You should now be able to:

  • Log in and out of the ADAPT system
  • Navigate and use the menus available on the Surveillance Display and the Operations Data Display
  • Identify and describe tracks and other symbols on the Surveillance Display
  • Display, interpret , move, and force up data blocks
  • Display and hide tracks based on their characteristics
  • Display, scale, brighten, and fade maps
  • Show and hide 11 types of features on the Surveillance Display
  • Display track trails, flight plan routes, track histories, track data, flight plan queries, track logs, and track reports
  • Set home points
  • Find specific tracks, sensors, aeronautical entities such as airports
  • Make one or more tracks primary
  • Create Geo Filters and Dynamic Alert Areas
  • Draw vectors and identify intercept points
  • Create pointout tracks; manual tracks; and sorted, friendly, and suspect tracks
  • Designate retained moving and retained fixed tracks
  • Use ADAPT Web Services to view information about a track collected from external data sources
  • Use ADAPT File Support to add aircraft to the Lookout File, change the Priority code of an aircraft, and view all the information available in ADAPT about an aircraft
  • Display and interpret radar information

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