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Cloud ATM workshop at NASA Ames
March 16, 2015

A workshop focused on Cloud Air Traffic Management (ATM) research, lead by Mosaic ATM, was held at NASA Ames Research Center on March 5, 2015 as part of a NASA Research Announcement (NRA) to accelerate the pace of ATM advances through cloud technologies. The purpose of the workshop was to identify new cloud-based technologies and business models that can lead to the improvement of the National Airspace System and better understand the process for adoption. The workshop included presentations and demonstrations to give the approximately 40 attendees background for their breakout sessions. Three breakout sessions focused on including cloud technologies into the flight deck, Traffic Flow Management, and airport surface. Attendees included representatives from NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), airlines, airports, communications, airspace and airport management, and web services. Presentations were provided by NASA, FAA, Amazon Web Services, and Delta Airlines. A summary of the workshop and outcomes from the breakout sessions will be available to the participants. (POC: William N. Chan )



ATD-3 Planning and Stakeholder Meetings
March 16, 2015

The Airspace Technology Demonstration-3 (ATD-3) planning co-leads, Dr. Kapil Sheth from Ames Research Center and Mr. Mike Koch from Langley Research Center, met at Langley on March 3, 2015 to complete milestone and task planning. On March 4, they visited the Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) in Warrenton, Virginia where they were provided an overview of Air Traffic Flow Management functions at the Command Center, and a tour of the operations floor. Kapil and Mike also talked with Mr. Bill Murphy of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), who is interested in collaboration with NASA for harmonization of Air Navigation Service Provider operations across the world, starting with the Americas. The team also visited AvMet Application, Inc. and Metron Aviation, Inc. to discuss their Stakeholder Questionnaire responses The responses from various stakeholders are being consolidated and Crown Consulting is also helping with the process. On March 12-13, the ATD-3 planning team, along with Dr. Banavar Sridhar, Mr. Dave McNally, Mr. David Wing, and Mr. Paul Borchers, met with American Airlines personnel to discuss their stakeholder questionnaire responses, as well as the future direction for the Dynamic Weather Routes (DWR) tool. (POC: Kapil Sheth)



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