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The Airspace Operations Lab (AOL) plays a vital role in the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Project’s National Campaign testing series. Building on its legacy of work in air traffic management for crewed aircraft and its key role in the success of NASA’s UTM efforts, the AOL is leading the integration and testing of the AAM ecosystem that will help inform the airspace integration requirements to enable safe, efficient, and scalable AAM operation in the National Airspace System (NAS). Working alongside many committed government and industry partners, NASA’s AOL team is responsible for hosting the AAM National Campaign (NC) series and serving as the Operations Center during the NC activities.

More details about this project are coming soon!

Members of the AOL team preparing for an Advanced Air Mobility simulation
Members of the AOL team preparing for an Advanced Air Mobility simulation

Points of Contact: Faisal Omar, M.S., Human Systems Integration Division, NASA Ames Research Center
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Last Updated: March 18, 2021