Mosaic has been developing a data management system called “Aerograph” which will calculate and provide key performance metrics and other data views to NASA and FAA researchers. With any luck, flight tests later this spring will include Joby Aviation’s aircraft.
The proposed system, composed of components that have been developed for other Air Force, Navy, and NASA projects. The proposed system is called the Artificial Intelligence System for Human Health Support, or AIS-HHS. Mosaic Space and Aptima are on a defense contract with the Air Force to conduct R&D Technical Feasibility and adapt our innovation […]
Mosaic is excited to share that we have won another task within NASA’s Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign. We will be developing the software requirements for a new type of airport called a Vertiport. These Vertiports will facilitate the takeoff and landings of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft designed to be the next generation of […]
Mosaic is thrilled to announce a new project with NASA. Mosaic will design and deploy a Wind Miles Model to be used by the aviation community to simplify accurate calculation of the impact of forecast winds on any flight plan. Currently, it is challenging and time consuming to accurately calculate the effects of wind in […]
Mosaic Paper wins best of the session for Design Assurance Track at Digital Avionics Systems Conference.
Mosaic is thrilled to report that our paper “Validation of UAS Command and Control Link Switchover and Internetworking and Security Requirements” was selected as best of the session for Design Assurance 1 (Track 3) at the Digital Avionics Systems Conference held on Friday October 16th. Shout outs go to Mosaic employees Todd Kilbourne, Fred Wieland […]
Mosaic is thrilled to announce that we will be supporting the Federal Aviation Administration to integrate machine learning & artificial intelligence into their Enterprise Information Management System. Mosaic will leverage a decade of expertise in designing & deploying custom #machinelearning & #AI algorithms that influence strategic & operational decision making. After working with Mosaic on […]
Mosaic ATM was awarded TO8 on the SE2025 contract for UAS C2 Link Validation. Working Group 2 of RTCA Special Committee 228 (SC-228) has been developing Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Command and Control (C2) at the request of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) UAS Integration Office. The C2 […]
Mosaic ATM has been awarded another new SE2025 Task Order – the Flight Deck Data Exchange Security and Performance (FD DESP) project – supporting the FAA’s Technology Development and Prototyping organization. Recent flight deck advancements include rapidly expanding applications for Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs), high-bandwidth air-ground data links, and the introduction of Aircraft Interface Devices […]
Mosaic ATM attended the 6th annual Space Traffic Management (STM) Conference held at the University of Texas at Austin on February 19 -20, 2020. The conference was a forum for both the Space and Air Traffic Management communities to discuss issues pertaining to managing space traffic in the atmosphere, outside of the atmosphere and in the global community. […]
Mosaic ATM is pleased to welcome Fred Wieland as Director of ATM Business Development. Fred joined Mosaic bringing over thirty years experience with NASA, the FAA, and the DoD across the fields of analysis, modeling and simulation. He is also a Private Pilot, and has worked as an analyst, software developer, team leader, project manager, […]
Mosaic ATM is excited to share the work of our team supporting FAA’s successful Paired Approach Demonstration, conducted in February 2019 at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Tucson International Airport (TUS). Under an SE2025 Research and Mission Analysis contract task order, Mosaic ATM led a multi-organizational team that developed the Paired Approach procedure to […]