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The Perspective on Mobility Data from the Aviation Domain

  • Jose Manuel Cordero
  • David ScarlattiEmail author
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Abstract

Air traffic management is facing a change of paradigms looking for enhanced operational performance able to manage increasing traffic demand (number of flights and passengers) while keeping or improving safety, and also remaining environmentally efficient, among other operational performance objectives. In order to do this, new concepts of operations are arising, such as trajectory-based operations, which open many new possibilities in terms of system predictability, paving the way for the application of big data techniques in the Aviation Domain. This chapter presents the state of the art in these matters.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CRIDA (Reference Center for Research, Development and Innovation in ATM)MadridSpain
  2. 2.Boeing Research & Development EuropeMadridSpain

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