Not content to rest on the laurels of a safety record that last year counted zero passenger airline fatalities, aviation planners in the U.S. are exploring creation of a domain-wide safety management system that would continuously monitor the airspace and adapt to new entrants such as drones, commercial space vehicles and small urban transport aircraft.  At the behest of NASA, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has conceived the idea of an “in-time ...

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