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UTM Lab Hosts visit from NASA AA Dr. Jaiwon Shin and Hyundai Executives
May 23, 2018

On May 14, 2018, NASA Ames Research Center’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) team hosted the NASA Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, Dr. Jaiwon Shin, along with the Hyundai Motor Group Vice-Chairman Mr. Eui-Sun Chung and Hyundai executives, Mr. Youngcho Chi, Chief Innovation Officer; Mr. John Suh, Vice President; Mr. Jaehyung Kim, Senior Research Engineer; and Mr. Jaeho Choi, Executive Assistant at the Airspace Operations Laboratory. Also present were NASA Ames Research Center Director Dr. Eugene Tu and the Director of Aeronautics Ms. Huy Tran. UTM Chief Engineer, Dr. Joseph Rios, provided an overview of UTM and NASA’s role in the research. Jeff Homola, UTM Integration and Testing lead, described the overall testing approach by using playback flight scenarios from three of the national UAS test sites. These example scenarios were also used to demonstrate the AOL simulation capabilities and UTM displays. Dr. Jaewoo Jung described a Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) scenario flown by one of the sites. (POC: Arwa Aweiss)



Visit from San Jose Police Department Bureau of Field Operations
May 23, 2018

Three members of the San Jose Police Department’s Bureau of Field Operations, which also represented the Air Support Unit and SWAT/Bomb Unit, attended a demonstration in NASA Ames Research Center’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) lab on May 9, 2018. UTM researchers are engaging with members of the public safety community to understand requirements for a “public portal” designed to provide situation awareness of the UTM airspace. As part of this effort, the San Jose Police Department visitors were invited to take part in a demonstration of UTM and discussed with NASA how UTM can support their operations and to provide their perspectives. The visitors shared potential concerns and needs related to operating in the UTM airspace and indicated that they were impressed by the scale and maturity of the UTM project, that could complement their operations. (POC: Jeff Homola)



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