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D2.1 Design of the model scenarios

Blanch, Alberto and Zanin, Massimiliano and Cristobal, Samuel and Perez, David and Loadman, Jacqui and Lloret, Javier and Cook, Andrew J. and Tanner, Graham (2012) D2.1 Design of the model scenarios. Project Report. EUROCONTROL. (Unpublished)

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The main aim of this deliverable is to propose the different scenarios in which data and analysis will take place. We try under this deliverable to drive the reader’s concern on how some choice-making criteria are still obsolete and propose different alternatives. POEM is a project oriented toward the passenger, and its purpose is to analyse and determine which decisions or environments would lead to an improvement in certain metrics, particularly those relating to service delivered to the passenger, e.g. in terms of delay. From an ATM perspective, decision criteria is still based on a lack of knowledge of passenger details for each flight plan, thus leading to first-come-first-serve criteria and many random cherry picking choices, which obviously do not result in the most efficient outcome (from the passenger perspective). We have developed three main scenarios, i.e. three environments in which rules and decisions are driven by different agents - ANSPs, Airlines and Passengers. Each scenario consists of different levels of complexity, depending on the amount of information to be treated. The higher the complexity of the scenario, the more ambitious it is.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Additional Information:Project Report for EUROCONTROL, acting on behalf of the SESAR Joint Undertaking with funds from the European Union.
Research Community:University of Westminster > Architecture and the Built Environment, School of
ID Code:10631
Deposited On:12 Jun 2012 16:25
Last Modified:12 Jun 2012 16:32

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