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The national simulation laboratory: the unifying tool for air traffic control system development

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2 Author(s)
Stevens, R.J. ; Federal Aviation Admin., Washington, DC, USA ; Roberts, G.F.

The authors report on efforts within the Federal Aviation Administration to develop a national simulation laboratory (NSL) for the study of advanced concepts in air traffic control (ATC). The NSL is intended to serve as a resource to developers and managers for studying future ATC concepts in an integrated multisystem environment. The authors also describe work on the NSL's precursor activity, the integration and interaction laboratory (I-Lab), which is helping to develop the core capabilities necessary for the NSL and to demonstrate the technical feasibility of the program

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Simulation Conference, 1991. Proceedings., Winter

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8-11 Dec 1991