An Advanced Air Traffic Management Concept Based on Extensions of the Upgraded Third Generation ATC System: Summary Report.
AATMS study series no. 1 (Final) Aug 72-Jun 73,
MITRE CORP MCLEAN VA
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The Advanced Air Traffic Management System AATMS study was initiated by the Department of Transportation in an effort to evaluate various air traffic control concepts in the 1995 era. The purpose was to aid in the long-range planning of engineering and development, and to identify areas that appear the most promising for early initiation. The system proposed in this study to handle the traffic and provide the services required in 1995 is composed of extensions of the Upgraded Third Generation ATC System. This report summarizes the findings and recommendations of the MITREOSEM study. This study examined techniques and costs for alternative ways of building upon the 1982 Baseline ATC System. Modified author abstract
- Air Navigation and Guidance