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COOPERATIVE STRATEGIC DECONFLICTION FOR THE HIGHER AIRSPACE USERS

Abstract : The evolution of needs in terms of services for telecommunication, data collection, transportation, and even space tourism pushed the industry to explore and start to operate in the higher airspace. New airspace users and types of operations are therefore emerging in this layer of airspace between 20 to 100km altitude above mean sea level (MSL). The first initiatives from the industry already demonstrate the usage of a large diversity of vehicles, from unmanned balloons, airships, and solar planes capable of persistent flight, collectively known as High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS), to super-and hyper-sonic aircraft, trans-atmospheric and suborbital vehicles The objective of this paper is to analyze and model these new types of operations and their associated constraints to suggest a way allowing the higher airspace users to cooperatively operate based on strategic deconfliction solutions. Subsequently, each user should be able to accomplish their flight and offer their services safely and efficiently.
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Elmira Fattahzadeh, G Mykoniatis. COOPERATIVE STRATEGIC DECONFLICTION FOR THE HIGHER AIRSPACE USERS. 9th International Conference on Experiments/Process/System Modeling/Simulation/Optimization, Jul 2021, Athens, Greece. ⟨hal-03320530⟩

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