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Weather and Radar Processor (WARP) Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP).
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY NJ
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This Test and Evaluation Master Plan TEMP describes the Test and Evaluation TE processes which will be used to ensure the Weather and Radar Processor WARP system meets the requirements allocated to the project in the NAS-SS-1OOO, volumes I, II, and V, the NAS-SR-1OOO, and the WARP System Specification, FAA-E-To Be Determined TBD. This TEMP defines test strategy, test requirements, and organizational roles and responsibilities and is developed in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration FAA Order 1810.4B and FAA-STD-O24a. This version of the TEMP addresses the testing requirements for the first two stages of WARP. This TEMP will be updated with additional detail when the WARP program Stage 1, 2, and 3 NAS Change Proposals NCP are developed and as the program progresses through the KDP 3 and KDP 4 phases. The original TEMP and its revisions will be submitted for approval by the Test Policy Rules Committee TPRC. A WARP system will be deployed in all Air Route Traffic Control Centers ARTCC and at the Air Traffic Control System Command Center ATCSCC. It is an Non-developmental Item NDI-based automated interactive meteorological data and information processing service that will serve as the primary source of real-time tactical and strategic weather data for air traffic controllers, traffic management unit TMU coordinators and area supervisors, meteorologists, and pilots. The WARP system will provide real-time mosaicked WSR-88D products to the air traffic controllers.
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