New NASA Transport Research Facilities to Support Research Flight Operations in Present and Future ATC Environments

Paper #:
  • 975641

Published:
  • 1997-10-13
Citation:
Fisher, B. and White, J., "New NASA Transport Research Facilities to Support Research Flight Operations in Present and Future ATC Environments," SAE Technical Paper 975641, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/975641.
Pages:
14
Abstract:
The NASA Langley Research Center is developing a set of Transport Research Facilities which will support a simulation-to-flight process that will improve the efficiency of conducting experiments from concept development, to ground-based simulation testing, to flight testing. A key facility is a modified B-757-200 airplane containing an onboard research system. This aircraft is replacing the existing NASA B-737-100 Transport Systems Research Vehicle. The other Transport Research Facilities include two simulator cabs, a Research System Integration Laboratory, and the associated software. These facilities will support research flight operations associated with the present and future air traffic control environments.
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