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Joint NASA-KARI Workshop
May 22, 2019


The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) hosted a joint workshop with NASA the week of May 13, 2019 in Daejeon, South Korea. Over 30 participants attended from KARI, the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), Inha University, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul National University, the Air Traffic Command Center (equivalent to the US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) ATC System Command Center), Incheon International Airport Corporation, Korea Airports Corporation, and Daewoo Information Systems (an airport collaborative decision-making [A-CDM] vendor). The workshop included 20 technical presentations on a variety of subjects, including updates from the KARI and NASA project teams. The NASA team included Dr. Yoon Jung, Dr. Hanbong Lee, and Dr. Zhifan Zhu, who presented recent Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) accomplishments, including benefits and uncertainty analyses and scheduling research. KARI also hosted the tour of a new airport tower simulator. NASA and KARI have been collaborating on joint research under a Memorandum of Understanding since 2015. (POC: Yoon Jung)







NASA ATD-2 Spring Collaborative Decision Making Engagements
May 22, 2019



On May 13-15, 2019, the NASA Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) team briefed three separate Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) groups: The Surface CDM Team (SCT), the combined Flow Evaluation Team (FET) and SCT, and the main CDM forum. The briefing topics included updates on the ongoing field demonstration in Charlotte Douglas International (CLT) airport, collaboration on the ATD-2 Phase 3 work on departure fix load balancing with Trajectory Option Sets (TOSs), and the 2019 plans for testing in the North Texas Metroplex and recent benefits analyses, respectively. The CDM engagements are an important venue for NASA research efforts that strive toward aviation system-wide solutions. The CDM participants expressed their appreciation for the interchange, and provided constructive inputs. (POC: Jeremy Coupe, Eric Chevalley, Isaac Robeson)





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