contribution to opstimal
Integration and usage of DLR’s efficient conflict detection for large traffic scenarios, where an N-dimensional bisection of airspace allows a significant reduction of complexity, resulting in a performance where conflicts of one 4D-trajectory can be detected in a European traffic sample holding more than 30k flights in ~10ms on standard PC hardware.
Beside its role as HAP lead, DLR integrates and provides its airport collaborative decision making (ACDM) simulation, a dedicated development of an airport-net-performance-dsiplay as well as several dedicated tool develoments for the System Wide Information Management (SWIM) compliant distribution of flight plans, their associated updates and timing information for synchronization purposes.
DLR assists in and provides solutions for the general SWIM compliant data sharing of the whole project.
phone: +49 (0)5312952523
German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR)
38108 Braunschweig, Germany