Download our Case Study of Mosaic helping to redesign the National Airspace!
In our study:
- A primary goal of air-traffic management is to balance airspace capacity and demand, typically ATM has approached this problem assuming constant airspace configuration
- Mosaic developed sectorization subsystem that partitions weather and demand forecasts into equivalence classes, each equivalence class has its own airspace configuration (routing and re-routing) template
- This model was built using ensemble, sampling, stochastic, optimization, and k-medoids clustering methods
- Traffic performance improved as often as 86% of the traffic days studied, estimated annual nationwide benefits ranging between 51 and 268 million dollars