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Upper Class E Traffic Management (ETM) Research Transition Team (RTT) Kickoff Meeting
April 9, 2021

The Upper Class E Traffic Management (ETM) Research Transition Team (RTT) members from NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) held a virtual kickoff meeting on March 23, 2021. The RTT provides a structured forum for researchers and implementers to constructively work together on a continuing basis, helping to focus the research that will enable the implementation of NextGen air navigation services concepts. The RTT also provides a forum for all NASA and FAA stakeholders to be included in the planning and conduct of RTT research, and utilization of its outcomes. The kick-off meeting topics included briefings on the ETM activities accomplished thus far, such as two 2019 tabletop exercises and ETM community discussions, and the Upper Class E cooperative operations concept analysis and simulations effort. The next RTT meeting is planned for April 2021.


POC: Jaewoo Jung



UAM X3 Simulation Report Submitted to Industry Partners
April 9, 2021

The Urban Air Mobility (UAM) subproject (within the Air Traffic Management Exploration (ATM-X) project) conducted the “X3” series of simulations between May-December 2020, in collaboration with the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) project’s National Campaign (NC) subproject. The X3 simulations included the NC Developmental Test (NC-DT) airspace partners, in collaboration with NC’s Airspace Test Infrastructure (ATI) team, which provided the data collection capabilities. Nine of the eleven NC-DT airspace partners participated in at least one X3 data collection activity. In February, X3 simulation data analysis was completed and provided to industry partners. A final report on the X3 simulation results is now complete, co-authored by the UAM and NC subprojects, and describing the tests, scenarios, airspace and results. This final report will be published as a NASA Technical Memorandum, distributed to all the partners who participated in X3 simulations, and marks the completion of the milestone outlined in the agreement with the industry partners.


POC: Savvy Verma



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