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WakeNet-USA Meeting
Boca-Raton, Florida, USA

(March 16-17 2005)

01 -
Near Term Operational Change (FAA/Lang)
02 -
Data Supporting STL proposed change (Volpe/Wang)
03 -
ALPA Initiatives (ALPA/ Jim Duke)
04 -
Mid-term Perspective (FAA/Lang & NASA/Bryant)
05 -
Initial Assessment of Wind Profile Predictability at STL (MIT/LL/Cole)
06 -
Recommendations and Conclusions from the Concept Evaluation
Team Report (Aviation Systems Engineering, Inc./ Fiduccia)
07 -
Preliminary Findings from Human-In-The-Loop Evaluation
(Mitre-CAASD/ Mundra)
08 -
Analysis of Wind Dependent Conops for Capacity, Opportunity,
and Ranking (MITRE CAASD / Lumsford)
09 -
A-380 Activities (FAA/Greene/Lang, EEC/Nicolaon; Greene to report)
10 -
TASS Driven Algorithm for Wake Prediction (TDAWP) (NASA/Proctor)
11 -
Changing Role of STL Instrument Suite (Volpe/Hallock)
12 -
Denver Evaluation of Pulsed vs. CW LIDAR (NASA/Koch)
13 -
Wake Alleviation - Summary of Toulouse Workshop (NASA/Durston)
14 -
Initial Assessment of CTI LIDAR Wind Profiler Data(MIT / Cole)
15 -
Preparatory study of wake vortex detection technology case
(Leosphere / Laurence Sauvage)
16 -
Acoustical Data Signal Processing
(Florida Atlantic University/ Prof. Nurgun Erdol)
17 -
Wake Acoustic Microphone Array Results - A Preliminary
Sneak-Peak - (NASA / Booth)
18 -
Utility of Microphone Arrays (Volpe/Wang)
19 -
Socrates Status: Plans for 2nd Denver Wake Acoustic Test ('05)
and Outlook for Demo in '06
(Flight Safety Technology/Lockheed-Martin - Cotton)
20 -
Status of WakeVAS Benefits Assessments (NASA/Johnson)
21 -
Presentation Bram Elsenaar: Status report on WakeNet2-Europe
22 -
Presentation of Bram Elsenaar for the
'National Institute for Aerospace', Langley, March 14, 2005