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CAAS expands partnership with MITRE to boost air traffic management

Both aim to explore artificial intelligence.

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) announced that it has expanded its partnership with The Mitre Corporation (MITRE) to improve Air Traffic Management (ATM) operations, where they will identify potential improvements for the future ATM system.

CAAS and MITRE will focus on Artificial Intelligence in ATM, and they will develop machine learning techniques and speech recognition to ATM to boost the performance of ATCOs.

“Artificial Intelligence presents an exciting new area of research for solving problems in Air Traffic Management. Through this collaboration, CAAS and MITRE will investigate how air traffic controllers can achieve greater productivity, efficiencies, and safety when they are supported by machine intelligence. Ground breaking work such as this is evidence of the innovation that has come from our strategic partnership, and puts CAAS in a positive position to manage expected traffic growth in the region,” Gregg Leone, vice president and director of MITRE’s aviation programmes said.
 

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