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CoSPA and Traffic Flow Impact Operational Demonstration for the 2017 Convective Season(4.48 MB)

Date:
May 7, 2018
Published in:
Project Report ATC-441, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Type:
Project Report
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Summary

MIT Lincoln Laboratory personnel conducted field observations of the Consolidated Storm Prediction for Aviation (CoSPA) 8-hr deterministic convective forecast, and the decision support tool, Traffic Flow Impact (TFI), from 6 June to 31 October 2017. Four field observations were performed during the demonstration period.

Report on the 2016 CoSPA and Traffic Flow Impact Operational Demonstration(4.64 MB)

Date:
June 1, 2017
Published in:
Project Report ATC-433, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Type:
Project Report
Topic:

Summary

The 2016 Storm Prediction for Aviation (CoSPA) Demonstration was conducted from 1 June to 31 October 2016. As part of the demonstration, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) facilities and commercial airlines were visited by MIT Lincoln Laboratory (MIT LL) observers, including initial training visits. Targeted field observations were conducted to gather information on how the CoSPA weather forecast was used in operations, to obtain feedback on new capabilities, and to collect comments for improvement.

2015 Operational Observation of CoSPA and Traffic Flow Impact(4.3 MB)

Date:
March 15, 2016
Published in:
Project Report ATC-429, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Type:
Project Report
Topic:

Summary

This technical report summarizes the operational observations recorded by MIT Lincoln Laboratory (MIT LL) aviation subject matter experts during the period 13 April to 31 October 2015. Three separate field observations were conducted over four convective weather days across the eastern National Airspace System (NAS) with visits to five separate FAA facilities and five different airline operation centers.

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