Advanced Air Mobility
Advanced air mobility (AAM) operations (for example, autonomous air taxis and drone deliveries) are expected to significantly increase the demand for limited airspace resources. In our research, we tackle challenges — some unique to AAM, others not — posed by these emerging types of aircraft operations: previously unprecedented numbers of flights, on-demand services, and highly-competitive environments.
Christopher Chin, Geoffrey Ding, Victor Qin, Hamsa Balakrishnan
Collaborators/alums: Karthik Gopalakrishnan, Alex Berke, Kwassi Degue, Max Li, Max Egorov, Tony Evans
- V. Qin and H. Balakrishnan. “Cost-Aware Congestion Management Protocols for Advanced Air Mobility,” International Conference on Research in Air Transportation (ICRAT 2022), June 2022. [link]
- G. Ding, A. Berke, K. Gopalakrishnan, K. H. Degue, H. Balakrishnan, and M. Z. Li. “Routing with Privacy for Drone Package Delivery Systems,” International Conference on Research in Air Transportation (ICRAT 2022), June 2022. [link]
- C. Chin, K. Gopalakrishnan, A. Evans, M. Egorov, and H. Balakrishnan. “Protocol-Based Congestion Management for Advanced Air Mobility,” US-Europe ATM R&D Seminar, September 2021. [link]
- C. Chin, K. Gopalakrishnan, H. Balakrishnan, M. Egorov, and A. Evans. “Efficient and Fair Traffic Flow Management for On-demand Air Mobility,” CEAS Aeronautical Journal, October 2021. [link]