GE Teams To Enable Cloud-Based FMS For AAM

GE’s TrueCourse FMS will be connected to a cloud-based digital twin to enable trajectory optimization.
Credit: GE Aviation
A NASA-funded team is working to connect airborne and cloud-based flight management systems to enable better real-time trajectory optimization and airspace management for advanced air mobility (AAM) and commercial aviation. Led by aviation R&D company Mosaic ATM, the team comprises flight management...
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