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Distribution and Validation of Meteorological Data for the Air Traffic Management Systems

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The main aim of this article is to introduce you our research project which is focused on processing, validation and distribution of meteorological data for the air traffic management systems. We would like to suggest to reader the direction of our research project and present a new perspective on meteorological data processing and distribution for the industries with a high degree of dependency on weather. Usually research projects are focused on data collection in one central datacenter to do the data analysis and simulations but when we think globally, we think is better to have independent localities who talk to each other. And that is what we would like to research, and what we would like to present to reader. We are focusing especially on the air traffic industry where the need for current meteorological data is must. As a result, we would like to develop software solution which will be able to use decentralized and solid architecture for data exchange and analysis without high dependency on central datacenters.

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  • Meteorological
  • Data
  • Distribution
  • Validation
  • ATM
  • Air traffic

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Marik, O., Marik, R. (2019). Distribution and Validation of Meteorological Data for the Air Traffic Management Systems. In: Ntalianis, K., Croitoru, A. (eds) Applied Physics, System Science and Computers II. APSAC 2017. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 489. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75605-9_17

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