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Aviation Systems Division presents at the Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Air Traffic Management in London, UK.
November 21, 2017

Five researchers from the Aviation Systems Division presented papers at the first ever conference on air traffic management (ATM)-related modeling and simulation held jointly by the Royal Aeronautical Society, London, UK and the AIAA. The two-day conference focused on an exchange of concepts and experiences from Europe and the US on using modeling and simulation to develop and implement ATM solutions. NASA researchers Jim Murphy, Alan Lee, Heather Arneson, Shannon Zelinski, and Kapil Sheth presented papers that highlighted Ames Research Center’s leadership role in using modeling and simulation to conceive, develop, and test ATM concepts that improve efficiency of the airspace for current and future vehicles. The conference included presentations from several other organizations in the US, including the FAA and MITRE and academic and government research institutions in Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, and Italy. (POC: Bimal Aponso)



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