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Aircraft Systems (UAS) integration into the National Air Space (NAS) are collision avoidance and UAS command and contol link integrity. This paper discusses an approach for addressing the collision avoidance issues affecting UAS and shows how advances in this area can contribute to the advancement of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen).
high runway utilization), a detailed analysis of holding on a track-by-track basis allows
stakeholders to identify and quantify the excess fuel associated with specific issues (e.g.,
summaries by airport, runway, carrier, aircraft type, etc.). A track is the time-ordered position
data for a flight as it taxis.
NASA Advanced Concept Evaluations System (ACES) Build 4.6 to support more detailed analysis of future concepts for airport surface operations. This ACES-based Surface Traffic Limitations Enhancement (STLE) computerized simulation function is a platform for evaluating current and alternative future Air Traffic Management (ATM) concepts of operation, such as those being considered by NASA’s NextGen Airspace and Airportal projects.