Exploring Resilience at Interconnected System Levels in Air Traffic Management [chapter]

Rogier Woltjer
2018 SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology  
This chapter raises issues and ideas for exploring resilience, stemming from various research disciplines, projected on the domain of air traffic management and aviation at interconnected system levels. Attempts are made to connect micro, meso, and macro levels in the aviation sector identifying corresponding research challenges. Examples of this ongoing research are given on how theory has already been translated into practical methodological use. Some connections between foci from Resilience
more » ... ci from Resilience Engineering, Disaster Resilience, and other research disciplines are projected on the air traffic management domain to explore how practical benefits can be obtained from these theories and which aspects of operational practice these theories connect to. The chapter shows that the concept of resilience from various research disciplines has a potentially wide application to system levels of air traffic management, and suggests resilience to be addressed from an interconnected systems perspective to provide added value to operations.
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03189-3_13 fatcat:rii5m3elhzchveucfea7ug5d7m