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Development of an air ground data exchange concept
1987 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
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|Other titles||Flight deck perspective.|
|Statement||G.W. Flathers II.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 4074., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4074.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.|
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Flathers. Development of an Air Ground Data Exchange Concept: Flight Deck Perspective, Volume G. Flathers National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, - Air traffic control - pages.
Development of an air ground data exchange concept: Flight deck perspective The planned modernization of the U. National Airspace System (NAS) includes the development and use of a digital data link as a means to exchange information between aircraft and ground-based facilities.
This report presents an operationally-oriented concept on how data link could be used for applications related Cited by: 2. the airspace integration concepts, technologies, and procedures needed to conduct Urban Air Mobility operations safely and efficiently alongside other airspace users.
This paper provides high-level descriptions of both emergent and early expanded operational concepts for Urban Air Mobility that NASA is developing. Developed airground data interface alternatives technical report Completed Analysis of Flight Deck Data Exchange Security for Safety Critical Data (120) Anticipated Research in FY22 The exercise will be conducted in partnership with a proof-of-concept NextGen program(s), and leverage its concept prototype to implement.
Description: This Task Order provides concept maturity and technology development support for the NextGen Information and Data Exchange Project.
The focus of this work will be on the information and data exchange needed for UTM, TBO, and AG SWIM to be validated and further developed in the future. ANG-C, New, Competition: 411 SE, LS. This type of data transfer (AIDC) will be the basis for migration of data communications to the aeronautical telecommunication network (ATN).
The AIDC module is aimed at improving the flow of traffic by allowing neighbouring air traffic services units to exchange flight data automatically in the form of coordination and transfer messages.
Advanced Trajectory Modeling with Air-Ground Data Exchange, Gabriele Enea, Stephane L. Mondoloni, Roland M. Sgorcea, and Jesper Bronsvoort, Proceedings of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, JuneAtlanta, GA.
Abstract: Tactical data links (TDL) are elements of C4ISR system, which provide a continuous data exchange in (nearly) real time about space, ground, air, surface and subsurface platforms including allied, neutral and foe units data. The main scope of TDL.
Using the same data exchange protocol the same data would be accessible to other users or applications, e.local and regional air traffic control centres, airline operation centres or ground-based services.
GWP DATA EXCHANGE MODEL We have so far described the architecture proposed by FLYSAFE for the delivery of. National Air Space (NAS) Data Exchange Environment Through NASA's NextGen Concepts and Technology Development (CTD) Project focuses on capabilities to improve safety, capacity and efficiency of the National Air Space (NAS).
In order to achieve those objectives, NASA sought industry-Government partnerships to research and identify solutions for. Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Simulation Development Team For developing a simulation of a safe and efficient air Technical Level Capability- 4 Demonstration For exploration of concepts of operation, data exchange Surface Movement Advisor Automated system to improve coordination and planning of airport ground.
- Architecture concepts (both avionics and ground) and a transition plan. - Approach should not rely on a particular AirGround service provider for management of operation. - The approach should not be unique to aviation, but rather should be based on open industry standards.
operations concept described herein is the baseline concept for managing ground data communication within missions that are cross-supported between Agencies of the CCSDS.
Through the process of normal evolution, it is expected that expansion, deletion, or modification of this document may occur. This Report is therefore subject to CCSDS. Research, Development, Test Evaluation, Air Force BA 5: Development Demonstration (SDD) R-1 ITEM NOMENCLATURE PE F: TACTICAL DATA NETWORKS ENTERPRISE PROJECT TDL System.
Urban Air Mobility (UAM) enables highly automated, cooperative, passenger or cargo-carrying air transportation services in and around urban asubset of the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) concept under development by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA),the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA),and AAM.