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HIGHLIGHTS ARCHIVE
Learning to SWIM with NASA ATD-2
May 30, 2019



On May 21-23, 2019, the NASA Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) team engaged with the broader aviation community in a meeting hosted at the Southwest Airlines facility in Dallas, Texas, to share lessons learned on System Wide Information Management (SWIM) data pre-processing, data mediation and analysis. At this meeting, the SWIM Industry/Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Team (SWIFT) held a quarterly meeting and presented various use cases on SWIM processing. The NASA ATD-2 team briefed approximately 116 members of the aviation community including airline operators, airport operators, industry vendors, the FAA and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). The ATD-2 presentation covered the lessons learned in SWIM processing over the course of the project, mediating among disparate sources of SWIM flight data, reporting artifacts that have evolved over the life of the project and example analytics work using the SWIM data. The NASA team received considerable positive feedback on the value of this technical transfer to the aviation community, as well as requests for follow on transfers. The NASA ATD-2 team is grateful for the collaboration with SWIFT as well as Southwest Airlines and DFW Airport’s hospitality in hosting these important engagements. (POC: Shawn Gorman and Jeremy Coupe)



NASA ATD-2 Phase 3 Freeze Meeting with FAA ATC and Operators
May 30, 2019



The NASA Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) team conducted a Phase 3 freeze meeting with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic controllers (ATC) and operators in the North Texas area on May 23, 2019. ATD-2 field demo partners in attendance included personnel from Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, and the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) airport authority, and representatives from both regional and national-level FAA facilities and the National Air Traffic Controller Association (NATCA). In addition to updating the audience on recent activities relating to Phase 3, the demo partners concurred on a roll out strategy for this summer and early fall, which consists of “micro-phases,” or gradual increases in system capability, over a three-month period. In the next three weeks, the NASA ATD-2 team will focus on the first micro-phase which is scheduled for June 10, 2019. The first micro-phase encompasses the integration of air traffic restriction SWIM data into a Metroplex-wide planning interface shared by all field demo partners in the North Texas area as well as initial familiarization with system components. (POC: Greg Juro)





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