Published on: 20-Aug-2015
Aero-News Network, 20 Aug (with photos of ATMRI’s simulators)
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) marked a significant milestone in its vision to establish a centre of excellence for Air Traffic Management (ATM) with the inauguration of the ATM Research Institute (ATMRI) and MITRE Asia Pacific Singapore (MAPS). CAAS aims to improve the efficiency and safety of air traffic management in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. The ATMRI, Singapore’s first institute dedicated to ATM R&D jointly set up by CAAS and the NTU, will nurture talent in the ATM domain and translate academic-based research into ATM solutions. Some of the ATMRI’s work areas include, air route modelling and simulation, air-ground traffic management, unmanned aircraft systems management, aviation weather research, and human factors in ATM.
- Coverage on the inauguration of NTU-CAAS ATMRI jointly initiated by CAAS and CCO. See
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