Holographic Mixed Reality System for Air Traffic Control and Management
AbstractBased on a long-term prediction by the International Civil Aviation Organization indicating steady increases in air traffic demand throughout the world, the workloads of air traffic controllers are expected to continuously increase. Air traffic control and management (ATC/M) includes the processing of various unstructured composite data along with the real-time visualization of aircraft data. To prepare for future air traffic, research and development intended to effectively present various complex navigation data to air traffic controllers is necessary. This paper presents a mixed reality-based air traffic control system for the improvement of and support for air traffic controllers’ workflow using mixed reality technology that is effective for the delivery of information such as complex navigation data. The existing control systems involve difficulties in information access and interpretation. Therefore, taking notice of the necessity for the integration of air traffic control systems, this study presents the mixed reality (MR) system, which is a new approach, that enables the control of air traffic in interactive environments. This system is provided in a form usable in actual operational environments with a head-mounted see-through display installed with a controller to enable more structured work support. In addition, since this system can be controlled first-hand by air traffic controllers, it provides a new experience through improved work efficiency and productivity.
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Han, K.; Shah, S.H.H.; Lee, J.W. Holographic Mixed Reality System for Air Traffic Control and Management. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 3370.
Han K, Shah SHH, Lee JW. Holographic Mixed Reality System for Air Traffic Control and Management. Applied Sciences. 2019; 9(16):3370.Chicago/Turabian Style
Han, Kyungjin; Shah, Syed Hammad Hussain; Lee, Jong Weon. 2019. "Holographic Mixed Reality System for Air Traffic Control and Management." Appl. Sci. 9, no. 16: 3370.
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