As the aviation community integrates Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS), one of the technical issues that must be handled concerns the Command and Control (C2) Link from the remote pilot Control Station (CS) to the UAS. The C2 Link can switch between carriers during the Read more…
COMETTS is designed to address training on all of the TFM systems that currently exist in the NAS, including TFMS, TBFM, NTML, En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM), Voice Switching and Control System (VSCS), plus the Corridor Integrated Weather System (CIWS), Integrated Terminal Weather System (ITWS), Weather and Radar Processor (WARP), and other weather displays.
Mosaic is excited to announce our support for the FAA NextGen Office, working with ATCorp. Mosaic will examine how AI and ML can improve trajectory modeling in TBFM, and how these improvements could be applied to other automation systems or a common trajectory modeler.
Mosaic is thrilled to announce the selection of a NASA SBIR Phase II proposal. We will continue our work on the Cloud FMS project, read more about Phase I here. We propose to build a Cloud-Based Flight Management System (FMS), whereby safety-critical functions residing on the flight deck are separated Read more…
Use of the Cloud has allowed commercial and Government systems to leverage the flexibility, scalability, reliability, and security of Cloud infrastructure to achieve significant efficiencies, and rapid innovation, in complex operational environments. The associated move to a micro-services Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) in the Cloud has further enhanced modularity, re-use of system capabilities, and simplification of verification and validation testing.
Mosaic ATM Case Study | ATD-2 Addressing Inefficiency in Today’s Air Transportation System According to NASA1, many of today’s air transportation system issues can be attributed to a lack of information sharing amongst the operators responsible for managing air traffic in busy terminal environments. Concepts and technologies to improve the Read more…
The FAA needed an aviation technology partner that had substantial expertise in fusing data streams like this. The FAA turned to Mosaic ATM, a leading aviation technology company, to build this data integration capability. Mosaic developed a data exchange system to assist the FAA SWIM program in delivering the correct information, to the right users, at the right time.
This white paper explores how traditional models of the value of information (VoI) can be extended effectively to account for uncertainties presently inherent in gathering and analyzing big data. To illustrate the challenge, we explore the VoI an automobile manufacturer may derive by engineering a telematics system into its vehicles.
Mosaic is thrilled to announce a new project with NASA. Mosaic will design and deploy a Wind Miles Model to be used by the aviation community to simplify accurate calculation of the impact of forecast winds on any flight plan.
Weather has a high impact on operations in many industries, and therefore is of great value to integrate into strategic decision making. Mosaic has roots in aviation research & development, giving us deep expertise in combining weather data streams with planning applications to facilitate efficient resource allocation.