I got a report from one our personnel who was watching the aircraft going in the stand under the Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS). The aircraft was forwarding with extreme cautions and the captain kept her eye on the display that was showing distance remaining. At about the 1.5m display, the aircraft stayed on the spot for a second then VDGS display popped up the sign “STOP” despite the aircraft not having reaching the desired spot on the stand markings.
I complained about this situation to the VDGS operation team just showing "STOP" even though the aircraft was stopped too early. They said there is no problem about the situation, all things were in accordance with the procedure.
Is there really no problem about the way the operation team popped the STOP sign up even the aircraft was parked before the marking?
Does the VDGS system not have a separate sign for stopping too early? I searched on the internet and it seems like there is “TOO FAR” or “T-FAR” sign for stopping too late, but I cannot see another sign for too early.