Integrating Complexity in Air Traffic Management Systems
The objectives of the proposed study are to develop an integrated real-time system-wide information fusion methodology for prognostics and safety assurance of the National Airspace System (NAS). Various sources of uncertainties and their coupling effects will be systematically investigated for accurate failure and risk assessment of the extremely large-scale, complex NAS. A community-based collaborative simulation platform will be developed and deployed for continued sustainable prognostics technology evolution for the NAS safety research.
The ongoing research is featured in an article here:
ASU Team to Improve Next Generation Air Traffic Control with $10 Million from NASA