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Dynamic Weather Routes: Overview for Technology Transfer
April 29, 2014, 2:00-3:30 pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
Presented by Dave McNally, Kapil Sheth, Hassan Eslami
Questions moderated by Chester Gong

Portrait of Dave McNally Screenshot of DWR
Portrait of Kapil Sheth
Portrait of Hassan Eslami

Dynamic Weather Routes (DWR) is a ground-based automation system that continuously and automatically analyzes in-flight aircraft in en route airspace and proposes simple, high-value route corrections for more time- and fuel-efficient routes around convective weather. You can find more in-depth descriptions of this tool at the following website: http://www.aviationsystems.arc.nasa.gov/research/strategic/dwr.shtml

The webinar describes the trajectory automation concept, the prototype system including the required input data feeds, potential benefits to airspace users, and results from operational testing at American Airlines.


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From left to right, webinar presenters Hassan Eslami, Dave McNally, Kapil Sheth, and Chester Gong.

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