Cooperatively Managed Airspace as a Model for Space Traffic Managment

Thursday, August 16, 2018

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On her final day at the Space Policy Institute, Visiting Scholar Dr. Ruth Stilwell gave her last presentation on her research topic: Integrating New Entrants in Space Operations and Unmanned Aircraft in Civil Airspace above 60,000 feet. She presented “Cooperatively Managed Airspace as a Model for Space Traffic Management” and discussed the similarities, differences, and traits of Uncontrolled Traffic Management and Air Traffic Management, and provided some suggestions for applications to a possible Space Traffic Management system.

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