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UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Simulation Capabilities and Laboratory Environment  (2016)
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NASA has engaged in collaborative research with the FAA and many other stakeholders in government, industry, and academia to explore the concepts and requirements necessary to enable the safe and scalable application of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in low-altitude airspace. In this effort, the UAS Traffic Management (UTM) project has developed a multi-faceted simulation component that supports near-term live flight testing in addition to further term concept exploration. This paper provides an overview of the simulation capabilities currently available as part of the UTM project and the laboratory environment in which they are applied.
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laboratory, simulation, UAS, UTM
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UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Simulation Capabilities and Laboratory Environment. 35th Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Sacramento, CA
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