The Transformation of a Complex Air Traffic Management System

Keywords air traffic control systems air traffic management thales mbse capella air traffic services Arcadia and Capella
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The Thales OneSKY Australia Program is delivering a new Australia-wide integrated Civil and Military Air Traffic Management System, known as CMATS.
CMATS replaces the current civilian Air Traffic Management (ATM) system and Defence ATM system, providing the most advanced and integrated ATM system in the world. It will manage more than 11% of the earth’s airspace and will deliver Air Traffic Services to some of the world’s busiest air routes.
This project represents the development of a complex System of Systems (SoS) composed of more than 10 systems, deployed at 12 sites, and providing more than 50 interfaces to legacy systems, such as surveillance and meteorological data. This complexity required the SoS to be clearly defined and agreed by a large number of stakeholders, which led to the formalization of more than 6000 solution requirements.

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