A categorisation of services based on the type of business activity.
||Aerodrome operations describe the aerodrome functionality within the ATM system in terms of such factors as information acquisition and delivery, facility access, demand on airspace, and limits on usability.
||Design and management of airspace structures (e.g. P/D/R,TSA/CBA, En Route/TMA Sectors, Free Route Airspace, etc.), and routes (SID/STAR RNAV/RNP routes).
||Airspace user operations refer to the ATM-related aspects of flight operations.
||Communication, Navigation, Surveillance.
||Conflict management includes strategic de-confliction, separation provision and collision avoidance of traffic. It also includes the mitigation of hazards due to adverse weather conditions and foreign objects.
||Assessment and balancing of demand and capacity at network and airport level to provide the NOP/AOP for the day of operation.
||The provision of the right information to stakeholders at the time that it is needed.
||Management of the overall service delivery of ATM by balancing and consolidating the provision of the services from the other areas of AOM (Airspace Organisation and Management), AUO (Airspace User Operations), DCB (Demand Capacity Balancing), TS (Traffic Synchronisation), CM (Conflict Management), and AO (Aerodrome Operations).
||Synchronisation of arrivals and departures with surface operations.