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"Applying the RESCUE process to determine feasibility and options for Development of Enhanced Airspace Management"

Staff and funding

Principal investigator: Prof Neil Maiden

Research staff: Dr Cornelius Ncube, Dr Sara Jones

Total funding: £103,000.00
Funding source: National Air Traffic Services
Duration: May 2004 until June 2005

Project description

This project builds on the success of RESCUE and applies the process once again, this time to enable NATS to assess the feasibility and options for flexible use of airspace. Our role is three-fold:

  • Training and supporting NATS staff to use the RESCUE process;
  • Involvement in workshop and walkthrough facilitation activities.
  • Checking consistency between deliverables throughout the project, and producing the final requirements document.

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