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NASA's Air Traffic Management Research featured at Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Tech Symposium's Tech Center Tuesday (TCT)
May 24, 2017

NASA's air traffic management research and development was showcased during the annual Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Tech Symposium's Tech Center Tuesday (TCT) event, May 16, 2017 at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) William J. Hughes Technical Center (Atlantic City, NJ). This year's theme was “Transformation through Operational Integration,” and featured technical tours, demonstrations, and exhibits in a variety of aviation fields from over 40 different projects, programs, and organizations to an audience of government and industry representatives. NASA's two booths showcased the Airspace Technology Demonstration (ATD) sub-projects and the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) technologies. The ATD booth featured the ATD-1 concept animation, Avionics Phase 2 flight test video, and the ATD-2 live data views of the technologies that will be used as part of the Phase 1 Field Demonstration, as well as camera feeds of surface operations at Charlotte Airport. The new ATD-3 concept animation about the integration of ground-based tools and a flight-deck-based tool focusing on improving en route and arrival phases of flight was also premiered. The UTM booth featured joint NASA/FAA posters and was staffed by both NASA and FAA personnel. It featured a simulated scenario of traffic at the six FAA national UAS test sites, plus simulated traffic from the San Francisco Bay Area. Visitors viewed functions of the UTM research platform on three iPad apps running Insight-UTM, the UTM research visualization app, and on a display showing selected UAS in a Google Earth environment. (POC: Shivanjli Sharma, Tom Prevot, Kapil Sheth)



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