Mosaic ATM is pleased to have been awarded a four-year IDIQ contract by the Department of Transportation (DoT) John A. Volpe National Transportation System Center to support Transportation Human Factors, Research, Development and Program Evaluation: Advanced Technologies (THFRAT). The scope of work will focus on “automation and related advanced technologies that are transforming the future of transportation, increasing safety, decreasing congestion, improving efficiency and increasing access to mobility, especially for underserved populations” (Volpe Center).

We are pleased to be in a position to help solve current and future challenges in all transportation modalities. Our team is composed of interdisciplinary Human Factors Engineers from a range of industry-leading organizations:

Mosaic ATM is a leader in aviation solutions leveraging innovative AI, systems engineering and software development to shape today’s National Airspace System (NAS).

Spectrum Software Technology (SST) is an information technology consulting and software development company specializing in Air Traffic Control (ATC) systems and Air Traffic Management (ATM) technologies.

Drexel University is a national leader in human-centered systems engineering research and design in air transportation, healthcare, meteorology and other domains, focusing on developing theories of human performance, quantitative modeling methodologies, and associated experimental designs that can be used to evaluate human-automation interaction and human-human collaboration in the context of total system performance.

The Ohio State University is a leader in research on air traffic flow management, airline operations control, collaborative decision making (CDM) and the design of distributed work systems in the NAS. The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) is the preeminent research center in sustainable and safe mobility in the United States at Ohio State University’s College of Engineering. CAR’s research focuses on energy, safety and the environment and it offers state-of-the-art facilities for students, faculty, research staff and industry partners.

Touchstone Evaluations, Inc., is a leading specialist in driver attention, behavior, and safety with work that focuses upon how these issues are affected by advanced technologies, including various levels of automation.

FAAC Incorporated is a leader in simulation for training and research, offering solutions for industries ranging from military, use of force, public safety, transportation, and research. Their high-fidelity simulators provide an unmatched level of realism that immerses users allowing them to experience real-world conditions and events.

Transportation Research Center Inc. is the most comprehensive independent automotive test center and proving ground providing a full range of testing, validation, and research opportunities.

Oregon State University (OSU) conducts research in the areas of transportation human factors, traffic control, transportation safety, driving & bicycling simulation, and engineering education.

The Rail Transportation and Engineering Center (RailTEC) is responsible for railroad engineering research and academic activities at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and supports research on a wide range of topics to improve rail safety, reliability, and efficiency.