Real-time human-in-the-loop simulation is an effective approach to study complex Air Traffic Management (ATM) situations and concepts. Organizations around the world conduct research in their laboratories to model future ATM concepts, procedures and scenarios to make future air travel safer and more efficient.

AviationSimNet® is a defined set of standard technologies that can be implemented in a networked environment to enable different ATM simulations around the globe to jointly conduct a distributed, real-time simulation.

Launched in 2005 by The MITRE Corporation's Center for Advanced Aviation System Development (CAASD), AviationSimNet has been adopted by aviation research facilities in government, industry and academia, bridging their respective simulators into a common research environment.  This community is using AviationSimNet to test and evaluate new air traffic management systems, concepts and procedures through simulations that are logically connected over a geographically distributed network.

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