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SMART-NAS Visit to NextGen Florida Test Bed
February 19, 2016

On February 4, 2016, the NASA Shadow Mode Assessment using Realistic Technologies for the National Airspace System (SMART-NAS) Test Bed team visited the NextGen Florida Test Bed (FTB), in Daytona, Florida, to explore the possibilities of collaboration between the two facilities. FTB is located next to Daytona Beach International Airport; the visit was focused on a facility used to house the airport's international terminal. At FTB, Mr. Nick Marzelli, FAA NextGen TestBed Lead and some FTB team members from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University met with the NASA team and gave an overview of their operational systems for surface, departure and arrival terminal area airspace, as well as en route and oceanic airspace. These FTB systems include the FAA's Surface Decision Support System (SDSS), En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM), Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOPs), and Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS). The SMART-NAS Test Bed does not currently have access to ERAM and ATOPs, which are candidates to be added via a connection to FTB, and which can be included as part of the test bed use-case development consideration. (POC: Kee Palopo)



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