Satellites Authorize a "Go" for Vertical Takeoffs

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The Next Generation Air Transportation System or NextGen is implementing or plans to implement a satellite-based air-traffic control system across the United States.

To The Next Generation Air Transportation System Planners:

The VTOL JetCar is coming! Here are some ideas as to how it can be managed:

- The Automated Vertical Flight Authorization Concept (page 2)
- Requesting automated vertical takeoff clearance (page 3)
- Human oversight (page 3)
- Aircraft pre-flight self-diagnostics sent to authorization
satellite for 'green-lighted' takeoffs within 'city limits' (page 5)

I urgently request that Vertical-Takeoff Authorization computerized subsystems hitch a ride on Air Traffic Management Satellites, that are scheduled for launch in the near future.

Too Read Further Go Here:

http://tinyurl.com/Satellites-Authorize

http://tinyurl.com/Aerospace-Inventor

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    David Haskins
  • Type of entry:
    team
    Team members:
    David Haskins (Inventor)
    David M. Haskins (Son)
  • Profession:
    Retired
  • Number of times previously entering contest:
    4
  • David's favorite design and analysis tools:
    Google SketchUp
  • For managing CAD data David's company uses:
    None
  • David's hobbies and activities:
    Reading; Watch History or Discovery Channel; CNBC
  • David is inspired by:
    As a child growing up, I was fascinated with the television episodes of SUPERCAR.

    SUPERCAR - Deep in the heart of the Nevada desert, the brilliant Professor Popkiss and his colleague Dr. Baker created Supercar, "The Marvel of the Age." Capable of racing from the depths of the ocean to the edge of space, this extraordinary vehicle takes the heroic pilot Mike Mercury and his precocious sidekick Jimmy Gibson on a never-ending series of thrilling adventures.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercar_(TV_series)
  • Patent status:
    none