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System Requirements Reviews for ATD-2 and ATD-3
August 24, 2016

On August 17-18, 2016, System Requirements Reviews (SRR) were held on the Airspace Technology Demonstrations (ATD) subprojects, ATD-3 Applied Air Traffic Management and ATD-2 Integrated Arrival, Departure and Surface subprojects, respectively. An Independent Review Board (IRB) convened by the Ames Chief Engineer's Office reviewed both projects. The IRB included members who are experts in air traffic management research, project management, systems engineering, and software engineering, as well as the Chief Scientist from the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA's) NextGen Organization, who is the ultimate customer for the ATD-2 and 3 technologies. The reviews focused on the development of the system requirements and their relationship to the subproject objectives, systems engineering processes in place to manage requirements, V&V activities, Key Performance Parameters, and management implementation plans. The IRB verbal brief-outs each day conveyed positive feedback on the progress and state of both subprojects since their Formulation Reviews held in November 2015. Formal reports from the IRB are expected in three weeks. (POC: Ronald Johnson)



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