Distributed , Real - time System Controls U . S Air Traffic Flow

  • Published 1999


Consulting a color-coded map on the screen of a workstation, he learns that severe thunderstorms threaten Chicago while the fog in Boston is lifting. After requesting additional data, he discovers that flights out of Chicago are being delayed and those coming out of Boston are almost two hours behind schedule. Integrating this data witk similar information on air traffic around the country, he can work with other air traffic controllers to pace the departures of the flights leaving the major New York airports and minimize delays at their destinations.

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@inproceedings{1999DistributedR, title={Distributed , Real - time System Controls U . S Air Traffic Flow}, author={}, year={1999} }