The Metropolis II project aimed to study the impact of centralised separation management for urban aerial mobility. Three concepts were developed in this study: a fully centralised, strategically separated concept, a hybrid concept featuring cen- tralised strategic separation and distributed tactical separation, and a fully distributed tactical concept. A comparative simu- lation study was performed, using traffic scenarios based on predicted demand in an urban airspace in the city of Vienna. Simulations were performed with varying traffic densities and situations. Results show that the purely strategic and purely tactical strategies perform comparably in terms of safety, and that further improvements can be achieved with a combination of those strategies.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
|Event||12th SESAR Innovation Days - Budapest, Hungary|
Duration: 5 Dec 2022 → 8 Dec 2022
Conference number: 12
|Conference||12th SESAR Innovation Days|
|Abbreviated title||SESAR 2022|
|Period||5/12/22 → 8/12/22|
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- Unmanned Traffic Management
- Conflict Detection & Resolution (CD&R)
- Self-Separation, U-space