Visualization of conflicts and resolutions in a "Free Flight" scenario

@article{Azuma1999VisualizationOC,
  title={Visualization of conflicts and resolutions in a "Free Flight" scenario},
  author={Ronald Azuma and Howard Neely and Michael J. Daily and Mario Correa},
  journal={Proceedings Visualization '99 (Cat. No.99CB37067)},
  year={1999},
  pages={433-557}
}
  • Ronald Azuma, Howard Neely, +1 author Mario Correa
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings Visualization '99 (Cat. No.99CB37067)
  • "Free Flight" will change today's air traffic control system by giving pilots increased flexibility to choose and modify their routes in real time, reducing costs and increasing system capacity. This increased flexibility comes at the price of increased complexity. If Free Flight is to become a reality, future air traffic controllers, pilots, and airline managers will require new conflict detection, resolution and visualization decision support tools. The paper describes a testbed system for… CONTINUE READING

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