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ATD-2 Post Evaluation Requirements Freeze 1 (FRZ1) Workshop
April 13, 2017

ATD-2 team members assembled in front of FutureFlight Central.
ATD-2 team members assembled in front of FutureFlight Central

The Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) Post Evaluation Requirements Freeze (FRZ1) Workshop was held April 3-5, 2017 at NASA's Ames Research Center, with the participation of over 50 NASA ATD-2 team members, including members from Human Solutions Inc., Mosaic ATM, Science Applications International Corporation, San Jose State University Research Foundation, and Universities Space Research Association. At the Post FRZ1 Workshop, the ATD-2 team debriefed key points from the March 29, 2017 FRZ1 meeting (which took place at the CLTLab, NC), and reviewed critical path tasks to be completed before the Phase 1 Field Demo which goes live in September 2017. The group also discussed a plan for completing these tasks, consistent with Field Demo Partner expectations and Project timelines, an overview of the Concept of Use, software development plans during the Phase 1 Field Demo, and plans for the next six months. The Phase 1 effort has now pivoted from system development to system hardening, and the Phase 2 Agile development process is now underway. (POC: Shivanjli Sharma)



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