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Michael J. Harrison is a former Director of Architectural and Systems Engineering for the Federal Aviation Administration. In that role, he was responsible for the development of the FAA's $10 billion to $18 billion capital investment plans to execute strategies for aviation transportation investments. In addition, he provided leadership and long-term business planning for the FAA in various management capacities, with emphasis on planning, research, systems engineering and engineering development. With an extensive background in aviation, from flight operations to air traffic management and airport operations, much of his experience has been in systems engineering for development of requirements, transition strategies, program planning and execution and defining new operational concepts in aviation. This includes experience in technology assessment, feasibility, safety risk assessments, measures of performance, architectures, systems integration and consensus standards development.
- The Case for Air Traffic Control Facility Consolidation
A paradigm shift in air traffic control that will make it possible to manage air traffic from anywhere to anywhere
Michael Harrison, Ira Gershkoff, Gary Church and Robert Poole
April 3, 2013
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