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May 10-12, 2011
Westin Washington Dulles Airport Hotel
Herndon, Virginia

ICNS 2011 Conference Agenda – Overview

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Start Event Chair(s)
7:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM Welcome & Introduction
8:15 AM Keynote Speaker: Dr. Russ Chew, NEXA Capital
8:45 AM – Noon Plenary Session: NextGen Progress, Plans and Partnerships with the User Community Ann Tedford, NextGen Planning Group, Federal Aviation Administration
Noon – 1:00 PM LUNCH
1:00 – 5:30 PM Session A: NAS-Wide Simulation for NextGen 1 Lance Sherry, George Mason University and Joseph Post, Federal Aviation Administration
Session B: Datalink Communications I Michael Schnell, German Aerospace Center (DLR) & Edward Holman, The Boeing Company
Session C: CNS Systems Architectures and Interfaces Pete Grogan, ARINC
Session D: eEnabled Airborne Network Security for NextGen Chris Riley and Bill Blanchette, U.S. Air Force
Session E: Future ATN and SWIM I Forrest Colliver, The MITRE Corporation and Jonathan Lee, Department of Transportation
Poster Session 1 Paul Comitz and Alvin Sipe, The Boeing Company
5:30 – 7:00 PM Exhibitors Reception & Keynote Address: Mike Harrison, “From Creation of the NAS to Creation of Next Gen – Born Again”
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Start Event Chair(s)
7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15 AM Welcome & Introduction
8:15 AM – Noon Plenary Session: NextGen and SESAR – Global Harmonization Progress and Pitfalls Steve Bradford, Chief Scientist – Architecture and NextGen Development, Federal Aviation Administration
Noon LUNCH
1:00 – 5:30 PM Session F: NAS-wide Simulation for NextGen II Kimberly Noonan, Federal Aviation Administration; Patricia Glaab, NASA Langley Research Center
Session G: Datalink Communications II – AeroMACS Aloke Roy, Honeywell and David Matolak, Ohio University
Session H: Future ATN and SWIM II Dieter Eier, Frequentis
Session I: Airport Surface Operations Research I Benjamin Levy, Sensis Corporation and Chris Brinton, Mosaic ATM
Session J: Navigation Rick Castaldo, Selex
Session K: Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the NAS Denise Ponchak, NASA Glenn Research Center and Chris Wargo, Mosaic ATM
Poster Session 2 Paul Comitz and Alvin Sipe, The Boeing Company
6:30 – 9:30 PM Evening Food and Entertainment
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Start Event Chair(s)
7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15 AM Welcome & Introduction
8:15 AM – Noon Plenary Session: Integrating C, N, and S: What Does it Mean? and Welcoming Unmanned Aircraft Systems into the NAS Chip Meserole, Director, Advanced ATM, The Boeing Company, and John Cavolowsky, Director of the Airspace Systems Program Office, NASA
Noon – 1:00 PM LUNCH
1:00 – 5:30 PM Session L: NAS-wide Simulation for NextGen III Vivek Kumar, George Mason University and Diego Escala, Sensis Corporation
Session M: Airport Surface Operations Research II Chris Wargo, Mosaic ATM and Ray Young, Sensis Corporation
Session N: Standards, V&V, and Special Topics Xidong Xu and Sherry Yang, The Boeing Company
Session O: Surveillance and Situational Awareness Chris Daskalakis, Volpe and Christopher Francis, L-3 Communications

ICNS 2011 Conference – Plenary Program

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Plenary I: NextGen Progress, Plans and Partnerships with the User CommunityChair: Ann Tedford, NextGen Planning Group, Federal Aviation AdministrationRoom: Rivanna A,B,C
7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast (Prefunction)
8:00 – 8:15 AM Welcome & Introduction Bob Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
8:15 – 8:45 AM Keynote Speaker: Dr. Russ Chew, NEXA Capital
8:45 – 8:50 AM Opening Presentation Ann Tedford, Manager, NextGen Strategic Messaging
8:50 – 9:05 AM Collaborative Integrated Balanced NextGen Framework Ron Stroup, FAA Chief Systems Engineer for Air-Ground Integration
9:05 – 9:20 AM NextGen Policy Initiatives Nan Shellabarger, Director, FAA Aviation Policy and Plans
9:20 – 9:35 AM Environment Management System Stacey Zee, Program Manager, FAA Environmental Policy and Operations Division
9:35 – 9:50 AM Operational Safety Assessments Jim Williams, Director, FAA Systems Engineering & Safety
9:50 – 10:05 AM NextGen Demonstrations John Marksteiner, FAA Advanced Technology Development & Prototyping
10:05 – 10:35 AM Break
10:35 – 10:50 AM Safety Regulatory Aspects Lou Volchansky, FAA Aircraft Certification Service – Avionic Systems Branch
10:50 – 11:05 AM SBS/ADS-B Update Matt Sanders, Systems Engineer, FAA Surveillance and Broadcast Services
11:05 – 11:20 AM Metroplex Airspace Redesign Dennis Roberts, Director, FAA Airspace Services
11:20 – 11:35 AM User Perspective of NextGen Benefits Tom Hendricks, Air Transport Association, Senior VP, Safety, Security and Operations
11:35 – Noon Discussion and Q&A
Noon – 1:00 PM Lunch (Rivanna D)
Wednesday May 11, 2011
Plenary II: NextGen and SESAR – Global Harmonization Progress and PitfallsChair: Steve Bradford, Chief Scientist – Architecture and NextGen Development, Federal Aviation AdministrationRoom: Rivanna A,B,C
7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15 AM Welcome & Introduction Bob Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
8:15 – 8:35 AM Opening Presentation: International Aviation Systems Block Upgrade Steve Bradford, Federal Aviation Administration
8:35 – 8:55 AM CANSO Activities Bob Humbertson, MITRE/CAASD
8:55 – 9:15 AM Global Harmonization w/ SESAR Maria DiPasquantonio, Federal Aviation Administration
9:15 – 10:00 AM Discussion and Questions
10:00 – 10:30 AM Break
10:30 – 10:45 AM Future Communications, USA Brent Phillips, Federal Aviation Administration
10:45 – 11:00 AM Future Communications, Europe Nikos Fistas, Eurocontrol
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Information Management and Complexity Paul Comitz, The Boeing Company
11:15 – 11:30 AM Issues in International Interoperability Giuliano d’Auria, Selex Systems Integration
11:30 – Noon Discussion and Questions
Noon – 1:00 PM Lunch (Rivanna D)
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Plenary III: “Welcoming Unmanned Aircraft Systems into the NAS” and “Integrating C, N, and S: What Does it Mean?”Chairs: John Cavolowsky, Director of the Airspace Systems Program Office, NASA, and Chip Meserole, Director, Advanced ATM, The Boeing CompanyRoom: Rivanna A,B,C
7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 8:05 AM Welcome & Introduction Bob Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
8:05 – 8:15 AM Opening Remarks: UAS in the NAS John Cavolowsky, Director of the Airspace Systems Program Office, NASA
8:15 – 8:35 AM John Walker, The Walker Group
8:35 – 8:55 AM Catherine Harrison, JPDO
8:55 – 9:15 AM Rick Prosek, Federal Aviation Administration
9:15 – 9:35 AM Jay Shively, US Army/NASA
9:35 – 9:45 AM Questions and Discussion
9:45 – 10:15 am Break
10:15 – 10:25 AM Opening Remarks: ICNS CM Chip Meserole, Director, Advanced ATM, The Boeing Company
10:25 – 10:45 AM UAS Meets ICNS Gary R. Church, President, Aviation Management Associates
10:45 – 11:05 AM CNS and ATM Integration for Airspace Operations Aslaug Haraldsdottir, Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company
11:05 – 11:25 AM Leveraging NextGen Infrastructure for Supplemental PNT Jon Paris, Director, New York Technology Center, Sensis Corporation
11:25 – 11:45 AM FTI – DEX and Integrated Surface Surveillance Robert T. Coulson, Executive Account Manager for Transportation, Harris Corporation
11:45 – Noon Questions and Discussion
Noon – 1:00 PM Lunch (Rivanna D)

ICNS 2011 Conference – Technical Program

ICNS # Title Author(s), Company(ies)
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Session A: NAS-Wide Simulation for NextGen 1
A1 Feasibility and Affordability Issues of Trajectory-Based Operations, and Potential Mitigations Robert Hemm, Logistics Management Institute
A2 Boeing National Flow Model Darryn Frafford, Boeing
A3 Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT) Program Update Jonathan Koopmann, US DOT Volpe Center
A4 NextGen Modeling Requirements: The ATO Perspective Joseph Post, FAA – ATO – NextGen Systems Analysis
A5 A Validation Study of Merging and Spacing Techniques in a NAS-Wide Simulation Patricia Glaab, NASA Langley Research Center
A6 FAA’s System Wide Analysis Capability Kimberly Noonan, Federal Aviation Administration
A7 NAS Simulation and Estimates of System-Wide Environmental Performance Terence Thompson, Metron Aviation
A8 Future Schedule Itinerary Generation and Propagated Delay in NAS-WIDE Simulation Models John Gulding, Federal Aviation Administration
Session B: Datalink Communications I
B1 VHF Communication Radio Power Spectra Dongsong Zeng, The MITRE Corporation
B2 OFDM Based Data Link for the DLR Research Aircraft ATRA Nicolas Schneckenburger, German Aerospace Center, Christoph Klein, German Aerospace Center, Michael Schnell, German Aerospace Center
B3 L-DACS1 Air-to-Air Data-Link Protocol Design and Performance Thomas Gräupl, University of Salzburg, Max Ehammer, University of Salzburg, Sylvia Zwettler, University of Salzburg
B4 Airport Surface Area Propagation Path Loss In The VHF Band Qiong Wu, Ohio Universit, David Matolak, Ohio University, Rafael Apaza, FAA
B5 Options for the Iris Satellite Based Datalink Catherine Morlet, European Space Agency, Nathalie Ricard, European Space Agency, Sergio Fortes Rodriguez, European Space Agency
B6 Satellite Based Voice Communication for Air Traffic Management and Airline Operation Wolfgang Kampichler, FREQUENTIS AG, Dieter Eier, FREQUENTIS USA Inc.
B7 What is the Future for Aeronautical Satellite Communications? Dale Irish, Inmarsat, Paul Ravenhill, Helios
B8 Airborne Satellite Antenna System Dimov Stojce Ilcev, MUT
Session C: CNS Systems Architectures and Interfaces
C1 A Domain Specific Language for Aviation Data Paul Comitz, Boeing Air Traffic Management
C2 Persistent Broadband Communication between Earth and Mars using Linear Circular Commutating Chain (LC3) Network Architecture Samudra Haque, George Washington University
C3 Redundancy Management and Synchronization In Avionics Communication Products Saurabh Gohil, Honeywell Technology Solutions, Bangalore, India
C4 Beacon Code Usage Statistics Vivek Kumar, George Mason University, Lance Sherry, George Mason University
C5 ICNS Study Effort – Update of Results and Recommendations and Dissemination to Key Stakeholders Michael Thomas, Raytheon Company
C6 Dynamic Clock Processor Naresh Solanki, B V Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering &Technology, Hubli
C7 FIS-B Service Tiering and Recommended Avionics Processing Algorithms Paul Freeman, ITT Corporation, Michael Garcia, ITT Corporation, Ralph Smith, ITT Corporation
C8 Development of Secondary Surveillance Radar Mode S Network Tadashi Koga, Electronic Navigation Research Institute
Session D: eEnabled Airborne Network Security for NextGen
D1 DISA’s Approach to Secure IP Platforms using ID Optimize Roy Stephan, Intelligent Decisions
D2 Airborne Network Security Simulator (ANSS) Overview Vijay Ragothaman, Wichita State University
D3 Global Identity Issues That Impact Network Security for NextGen William Blanchette, Booz Allen Hamilton/US Air Force, HQ Electronic Systems Center/Cryptologic Systems Center
D4 Associative Learning based Intrusion Detection using Sensor Prioritization and Fusion Sumeet Dua, Department of Computer Science, Louisiana Tech University, LA.
D5 The Network Security Architecture and Possible Safety Benefits of the AeroMACS Network Stuart Wilson, Harris Corporation
D6 A Holistic Approach to NextGen Cyber Security: Detection, Correlation, Visualization and Response Paul Perkinson, Raytheon
D7 Security Architecture and Management Considerations for NextGen Mark Shaughnessy, General Dynamics C4 Systems
D8 Securing ATM in 2020 and beyond: How to embed security? Rainer Koelle, EUROCONTROL, Directorate Single Sky / ATM Security
Session E: Future ATN and SWIM I
E1 Use of ERAM SWIM for NAS System Enhancements Judith Klein, Lockheed Martin IS&GS-Civil, Susan Morey, Lockheed Martin IS&GS-Civil
E2 Lessons from SWIM-SUIT: SWIMming across the Atlantic Giuliano d’Auria, SELEX Sistemi Integrati
E3 US and European Interoperability in the Aviation Domain Samet Ayhan, The Boeing Company, Paul Comitz, The Boeing Company, Dave Sweet, The Boeing Company, Miguel Vilaplana, Boeing Research & Technology Europe, Nicolas Pena Ortiz, Boeing Research & Technology Europe
E4 Evolutionary Adaptation of ATM Systems for SWIM Georg Trausmuth, Frequentis, Markus Klopf, Frequentis
E5 Information Overload: The Next Technological Challenge Gary Church, Aviation Management Associates
E6 Graphical Data Linked TFRs and NextGen Gary Livack, FAA / AFS-400
E7 Cloud Computing in Aircraft Data Network Amarnath Jasti, Wichita State University, Surya Mohapatra, Wichita State University, Bhargav Potluri, Wichita State University, Ravi Pendse, Wichita State University
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Session F: NAS-wide Simulation for NextGen II
F1 Distributed Flexible Simulations for UAS Operational Environment Scenario Building and Testing Jason Letourneau, The MITRE Corporation
F2 A Method for Identifying Connected Flights in Aviation Schedules Kenneth Wright, Sensis Corporation
F3 The Airspace Concepts Evaluation System (ACES) and its Applications Sapna George, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
F4 systemwideModeler: A Fast-Time Simulation of the NAS William Baden, Jr., The MITRE Corporation, David Bodoh, The MITRE Corporation, Ashley Williams, The MITRE Corporation, Peter Kuzminski, The MITRE Corporation
F5 Building a Human-in-the-Loop Simulation of Market-Based Traffic Flow Management Diego Escala, Sensis Corporation
F6 Adaptive Agents in NAS-Wide Simulations: A Case-Study of CTOP and SWIM Guillermo Calderon-Meza, Center for Air Transportation Systems Research, Lance Sherry, Center for Air Transportation Systems Research
F7 AgentFly: NAS-Wide Simulation Framework Integrating Algorithms for Automated Collision Avoidance David Šišlák, Czech Technical University in Prague, P?emysl Volf, Czech Technical University in Prague, Št?pán Kop?iva, Czech Technical University in Prague, Michal P?chou?ek, Czech Technical University in Prague
F8 A Fully-Dynamic Network Flow Model of the NAS Tim Myers, Metron Aviation, David Kierstead, D. H. Wagner Associates
Session G: Datalink Communications II – AeroMACS
G1 Airport Surface Wireless Technology and Profile Status Art Ahrens, Harris Corporation, Brent Phillips, Federal Aviation Administration
G2 C-Band Airport Surface Communications System Standards Development Status Ward Hall, ITT
G3 On Selection of Proper IEEE 802.16-Based Standard for Aeronautical Mobile Airport Surface Communications (aeroMACS) Application Behnam Kamali, Mercer University, Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
G4 Aircraft Installation and Operational Aspects of Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS) Aloke Roy, Honeywell International
G5 AeroMACS Data Traffic Model Max Ehammer, University of Salzburg, Thomas Gräupl, University of Salzburg, Eduardo Polo, Indra POC
G6 Compatibility of Airport Wireless Broadband Networks with Satellite Links in the 5091-5150 MHz Band Izabela Gheorghisor, MITRE/CAASD, Yan-Shek Hoh, MITRE/CAASD, Alexe Leu, MITRE/CAASD
G7 Applications Survey for the Future aeroMACS Chris Wargo, Mosaic ATM, Inc., Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
Session H: Future ATN and SWIM II
H1 A Study on Media Independent Aircraft Messaging (MIAM) Sanjin Deric, Cleveland State University, Binh Nguyen, NASA Glenn Research Center, Steven Bretmersky, MTI Systems
H2 Enhancement of Data in Integrated Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems Ehsan Sheybani, Virginia State University
H3 NextGen and SESAR moving towards Ontology-based Software Development Eduard Gringinger, Frequentis USA, Inc.
H4 Air-Ground Service Integration For Future Aeronautical Communication Using SOA Yifang Liu, University of Bradford, Yongqiang Cheng, University of Bradford, Yim Fun Hu, University of Bradford, Prashant Pillai, University of Bradford, Vincenzo Esposito, SELEX Sistemi Integrati S.p.A
H5 Air Traffic Control Communication System Employing High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) Thi Huynh Van Tran, Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Waseda Univ, Dac Tu Ho, Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Waseda Univ, Shimamoto Shigeru, Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Waseda Univ
Session I: Airport Surface Operations Research I
I1 Deploying UAT-SMGCS in an Airport Safety and Security System Without Adversely Impacting Frequency Congestion. Skip Nelson, ADS-B Technologies, LLC
I2 Low Cost Non-movement Area Surveillance Robert Bassey, Federal Aviation Administration
I3 Integrity and Continuity for Automated Surface Conflict-Detection Monitoring Courtney Mario, Tufts University, Jason Rife, Tufts University
I4 Decision Support Tools For The Tower Flight Data Manager Vineet Mehta, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Mary Miller, Mosaic ATM, Tom Reynolds, MIT, Mariya Ishutkina, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Richard Jordan, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
I5 Feasibility Analyses for Paired Approach Procedures for Closely Spaced Parallel Runways Robert Eftekari, The MITRE Corporation, Jonathan Hammer, The MITRE Corporation, Douglas Havens, The MITRE Corporation, Anand Mundra, The MITRE Corporation
I6 Improving Runway Queue Management: Modifying SDSS To Accommodate Deicing Bruce Wilson, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Patrick Hurley, Mosaic ATM, Paul Diffenderfer, The MITRE Corporation, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
I7 Surface Conformance Monitoring in the NextGen Timeframe Paul Diffenderfer, The MITRE Corporation, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, Constance Morgan, The MITRE Corporation, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
Session J: Navigation
J1 Using The Future L-Band Communication System For Navigation Michael Schnell, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Ulrich Epple, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Felix Hoffmann, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
J2 Static Sectorization Approach to Dynamic Airspace Configuration using Approximate Dynamic Programming Sameer Kulkarni, George Mason Univeristy, Rajesh Ganesan, George Mason University, Lance Sherry, George Mason University
J3 Direct Routes: From a Controller Tool to a Subscription Service for Airline Efficient Operations Sherry Yang, The Boeing Company
J4 First Results on Flight Rules and Conflict Avoidance Maneuvers for a Sectorless ATM Concept Bettina Birkmeier, DLR, Christiane Edinger, DLR, Sebastian Tittel, DLR, Bernd Korn, DLR, Dirk Kügler, DLR
J5 Alternate Position, Navigation, and Timing – The Need for Robust Radionavigation Mitch Narins, Federal Aviation Administration, Leo Eldredge, Federal Aviation Administration, Per Enge, Stanford University, Mike Harrison, Aviation Management Associates, Randy Kenagy, Aviation Management Associates
J6 4D Trajectory Trade Study Al Sipe, Boeing
J7 Integrating Navigation & Surveillance of Unmanned Air Vehicles into the Civilian National Airspaces by Using ADS-B Applications Alper Pahsa, Havelsan A.?., P. Kaya, Havelsan A.?., G. Alat, Havelsan A.?., B. Baykal, Havelsan A.?.
J8 Energy Saving Techniques for GPS Based Tracking Applications Bharath Patil, Indian Institute of Science, Radhika Patil, Indian Institute of Science, Andre Pittet, Indian Institute of Science
Session K: Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the NAS
K1 UAS Command and Control Communication Jim Griner, NASA – GRC
K2 Developing Integrated CNS Capabilities to Support the Routine Access of UAS into NAS Laurence Mutuel, Thales
K3 GBSAA Radar with Altitude Processing supporting UAS in the NAS Peter Drake, Raytheon Company
K4 Strawman Design for Terrestrial Unmanned Aircraft Control Links Warren Wilson, The MITRE Corporation
K5 Compatibility of Unmanned Aircraft Control Links in the 5030-5091 MHz Band Frank Box, MITRE/CAASD, Leo Globus, MITRE/CAASD
K6 Loss of Communications solution for UAV/UAS Using a Digital Networked Radio System (DNRS) Harold Brackett, Harris Corporation
K7 Crucial Weather Information for the Successful Integration and Operations of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System Thanh Nguyen, QinetiQ North America at NASA Glenn Research Center
K8 Intelligent UAS Situation Awareness and Information Delivery Qian Hu, The MITRE Corporation
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Session L: NAS-wide Simulation for NextGen III
L1 Analysis of the Contribution of Flight Plan Route Selection to Delays and Conflicts Akshay Belle, Center for Air Transportation Systems Research, Lance Sherry, Center for Air Transportation Systems Research
L2 NAS-Wide Simulation Of Trajectory-Based Operations In Support Of High Altitude ConOps Abderrazak Tibichte, ISA Software
L3 Using an Equilibrium Model to Forecast Airline Behavior in Response to Economic or Regulatory Changes John Ferguson, George Mason University, Karla Hoffman, George Mason University, Lance Sherry, George Mason University, George Donohue, George Mason University, Rosa Oseguera-Lohr, George Mason University
L4 Impacts of Delay Propagation on Airline Operations:Network vs. Point-to-Point Carriers Akira Kondo, Federal Aviation Administration
L5 The Relative Costs and Benefits of Locus of Control with Novel Air Traffic Management Concepts Matthew Bigelow, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
L6 An Optimization Model for Sample Day Selection in NAS-Wide Modeling Studies Feng Cheng, Federal Aviation Administration, John Gulding, Federal Aviation Administration, Bryan Baszczewski, Federal Aviation Administration, Ruth Galaviz, Federal Aviation Administration
L7 NAS-Wide Simulation and Passenger Itinerary Performance:Implications for NextGen Benefits Analysis Lance Sherry, Center for Air Transportation Systems Research at George Mason University
Session M: Airport Surface Operations Research II
M1 Functional Allocation of Initial Surface Decision Support Tools to Tower and Traffic Flow Management Systems Sally Stalnaker, The MITRE Corporation, Connie Morgan, The MITRE Corporation, Kurt Rammelsberg, The MITRE Corporation, Roland Sgorcea, The MITRE Corporation, Amanda Staley, The MITRE Corporation
M2 Tactical Airport Configuration Management Chris Provan, Mosaic ATM, Inc., Stephen Atkins, Mosaic ATM, Inc.
M3 Simulating the Impact of Gate Operation Disruptions and Mitigation Strategies on Gate Delay Jianfeng Wang, CSSI, Inc., John Shortle, George Mason University, Lance Sherry, George Mason University
M4 Finding Sources of Endogenous Airport Delay Benjamin Levy, Sensis Corporation
M5 Departure Queue Management Benefits Across Many Airports Steven Stroiney, Sensis, Benjamin Levy, Sensis
M6 A Systematic Procedure for Conformance Monitoring in Automated Surface Operations Yiyuan Zhao, University of Minnesota
M7 Air Ground Collaboration Through Delegated Separation: Results of Simulations for Arrivals to Closely Spaced Parallel Runways David Domino, MITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, David Tuomey, MITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, Dr. Anand Mundra, MITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, Arthur Smith, MITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, Hans Peter Stassen, MITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
M8 An Integrated Operations Solution for Gate-to-Gate Airline Operations Thorsten Wiesemann, Jeppesen GmbH, Germany, Andreas Sindlinger, Jeppesen GmbH, Germany, Nico Zimmer, Jeppesen GmbH, Germany, Clark Jason, Jeppesen Sanderson, Denver, CO, Morales Frank, Jeppesen Systems Ltd, Canada
Session N: Standards, V&V, and Special Topics
N1 Method of Safety Critical Requirements Flowdown through Product Life Cycle Kumari Shantha, Honeywell India Pvt Ltd
N2 NextGen Systems and Software Assurance: Understanding FAA Order 1370.109 Randall Brooks, Raytheon
N3 Method Of Safety Critical Requirements Flow In Product Life Cycle Processes Shantha Kumari, CNS, AERO, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Chandrasekhar TLV, CNS, AERO, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Ganesh Kondeti, CNS, AERO, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Sathish Pakki, CNS, AERO, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Sivakumar Balu, CNS, AERO, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
N4 Influence Factors of Probability of Detection Test on Surveillance Systems Ning Xu, Era a.s. an SRA International Inc. subsidiary, Chun-Hung Chen, George Mason University, Scott Hauswald, Era a.s. an SRA International Inc. subsidiary, Carl Evers, Era a.s. an SRA International Inc. subsidiary
N5 Concept Validation of Trajectory-Based Operations for Global Interoperability and Stakeholder Acceptance Xidong Xu, The Boeing Company
N6 A Theoretical Concept to Measure Real-Time Environmental Performance of an Aircraft Karl Rein-Weston, Boeing
N7 Pre-Departure Flight Uncertainty of U.S. Oceanic Boundary Crossing Time Melissa Ohsfeldt, CSSI, Inc., Kangyuan Zhu, CSSI, Inc., Jianfeng Wang, CSSI, Inc.
N8 Balancing Performance and Variability in Trajectory Planning for System-Wide Optimality in Air Traffic Management Yiyuan Zhao, University of Minnesota
Session O: Surveillance and Situational Awareness
O1 Rule Based NOTAM & Weather Notification Nico Zimmer, Jeppesen GmbH, Dr. Jens Schiefele, Jeppesen, Keyvan Bayram, Technische UniversitÃt Braunschweig, Theo Hankers, Technische UniversitÃt Braunschweig, Sebastian Frank, Technische Universität Braunschweig
O2 ADS-B Space-Oriented Message Set Design Pengfei Duan, Ohio University, James Rankin, University of Arkansas
O3 Precise Position Service to Satisfy ADS-B Out Mandate Amy Fritz, The MITRE Corporation
O4 Using Real-Time Aircraft Reports of Wind and Environmental Parameters to Enable Dynamic Cockpit-Based Wake Tools Arthur Smith, The MITRE Corporation
O5 Recent Updates to the SBS System Michael Garcia, ITT
O6 2nd Generation ADS-B Link Augmentation System Skip Nelson, ADS-B Technologies, LLC
O7 Modeling and Simulation of a Ground Based Sense and Avoid Architecture for Unmanned Aircraft System Operations Kyle Noth, The MITRE Corporation
O8 Space-Based Aircraft Surveillance by Hosting ADS-B Receivers on Iridium NEXT Om Prakash Gupta, Iridium Satellite LLC
Session P: Poster Sessions (Tues & Weds)
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
P1 An Approach of Fast Stations Selection Algorithm for Multilateration Surveillance System XinXin Pei, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
P2 Compatibility Study in the AeroMACS Frequency Band Jan Erik Håkegård, SINTEF
P3 United States Department of Defense Airspace Integration Plan for Unmanned Aircraft Dallas Brooks, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
P4 Use of Magnetic Variation and Station Declination for Heading (Vx) and Course (Cx) Legs Michael Cramer, MITRE Corporation, Albert Herndon, MITRE Corporation, Sam Miller, MITRE Corporation
P5 Measurement and Modeling of the 5 GHz Airport Surface Channel at Barajas Airport Tor Andre Myrvoll, SINTEF ICT, Jan Erik Håkegård, SINTEF ICT
P6 Analysis of Advanced FEC vs. Traditional FEC Techniques for GNSS Data Structure Aditya Kakkar, Institute Of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Ashish Agrawal, Institute Of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Mohit Kumar, Institute Of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Suresh Kibe, Formely In Indian Space Research Organisation