NASA technology developed so aircraft arriving at busy airports can be managed more efficiently was officially transferred to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) during a …
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The FAA, NASA and industry are working together under a project called Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration 1 or ATD-1 to bring new technologies to market that are designed to improve arrival times. FIM is one of the technologies that stems from that partnership.
Nasa has developed a new air traffic control software to better manage the spacing between planes to help save both time and fuel, as well as reduce emissions.
Sep 18, 2017 · NASA is collaborating with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other industry partners to develop advanced automation concepts and tools that provide air traffic controllers, pilots, and other airspace users with more accurate real-time information about the nation’s traffic flow, weather, and routing. The greater precision of this
Oct 05, 2018 · The FAA, NASA and industry are working together under a project called Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration 1 or ATD-1 to bring new technologies to market that are designed to improve
A pivotal piece of NASA air traffic management (ATM) software is getting fresh attention as the agency and its government, industry and academic partners prepare to test new ideas for more
NASA is collaborating with the FAA and industry partners to develop several advanced automation tools that provide air traffic controllers, pilots, and other airspace users with more accurate real-time information about the nation’s traffic flow, weather, and routing. The greater precision of this information is a key enabler of the Next
NASA has said it is working with its partners on a new air traffic control (ATC) technology that promises to safely increase the number of airplanes that can land on the same runway at busy
NASA and the FAA are conducting trial flights to test new air traffic control technology this week around Grant County International Airport in Washington state.
The technology transfer is part of Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration 1, a government-industry effort aiming to identify new technologies that help airports reduce delays in arrivals.
“Working with NASA and others, we are designing the management system for a new frontier in aviation,” Mike Leff, vice president with AT&T Global Public Sector Solutions, said.
NASA is working hand-in-hand with FAA and its Federally Funded Research and Development Center (MITRE’s Center for Advanced Aviation System Development) to address future air traffic Management (ATM) needs of the NAS.
Similarly, the UAM Grand Challenges will test how well new types of air vehicles and new software platforms for air traffic management perform in urban environments. But this time, there’ll be