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Aviation Systems Division Participates in the 2019 USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development (R&D) Seminar (ATM 2019)
June 27, 2019

Photo of the UAM panelists seated and addressing the audience
UAM Panelists: Munish Khurana (Eurocontrol), Natesh Manikoth (FAA), Joerg Mueller (Airbus), John Hansman (MIT), Francois Sillion (Uber Elevate), Parimal Kopardekar (NASA), Markus Klopf (Frequentis), Sandy Lozito (NASA)

The 13th USA/Europe Air Traffic Management (ATM) Research and Development (R&D) Seminar was held in Vienna, Austria from June 17-21, 2019. There were over 60 technical presentations in several ATM research themes including trajectory management, weather, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM). Keynote speakers represented government, industry, and academia, and included representatives from Eurocontrol, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Uber Elevate. The Seminar also hosted a panel focused on the future of UAM, “Where will Urban Air Mobility be in 20 years?” moderated by Aviation Systems Division Chief Sandy Lozito (NASA) and Munish Kurana (Eurocontrol). Two papers with NASA authors were selected as “Best Paper in Track” for the Seminar: “Accrued Delay Application in Trajectory-Based Operations” (Husni Idris, Christopher Chin, and Tony Evans) and “Using Wind Observations from Nearby Aircraft to Update the Optimal Descent Trajectory in Real-Time” (Ramon Dalmau, Xavier Prats, and Brian Baxley). (POC: Sandy Lozito)



Aviation Systems Division Participates in the AIAA Aviation 2019 Conference
June 27, 2019

The 2019 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Aviation Conference held June 17-21 in Dallas, Texas, included numerous contributions from the Aviation Systems Division. Dr. Gano Chatterji (USRA) served as one of the Forum Technical Chairs. The Division authors were represented in seven technical papers as principal or co-author, including two papers on the growing topic of Urban Air Mobility (UAM). UAM was a focus of multiple forums and technical paper sessions. The Division authors also presented papers on airport surface operations, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS), UAS Traffic Management, and cyber-physical security systems. (POC: Kathy Lee)



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