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A Roadmap for Aviation Research in Australia

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This chapter reviews the key areas of research focus in the Australian aviation sector, as well as the associated needs, challenges and opportunities. The main topics include improved efficiency and capacity of airports, integrated Air Traffic
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   1 This is a preview version prepared by the authors. This version does not include the copyrighted content, nor the changes arising from the revision, formatting and publishing process. The version that should be used for referencing is: R. Sabatini, A. Subic, G. Dorrington, A. Mouritz, C. Wang, C. Bil, T. Kistan, A. Gardi and S. Ramasamy , “ A Readmap for Aviation Research in Australia ”, in  Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering  , eds. R. Blockley and W. Shyy, John Wiley, Chirchester, 2015. DOI: 10.1002/9780470686652.eae1082 A Roadmap for Aviation Research in Australia   Roberto Sabatini, Aleksandar Subic, Graham Dorrington, Adrian Mouritz, Chun Wang, Cees Bil, Trevor Kistan, Alessandro Gardi and Subramanian Ramasamy School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University  Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia ABSTRACT This chapter reviews the key areas of research focus in the Australian aviation sector, as well as the associated needs, challenges and opportunities. The main topics include improved efficiency and capacity of airports, integrated Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems and technologies, cost-effective through-life support of new and ageing aircraft, alternative fuels and low emission technologies. Additionally, advancements in aviation safety and security have been identified as a strategic focus area for aviation research in Australia. Both short-term and the long-term initiatives are essential to increase the economic and environmental sustainability of the sector and are therefore  being targeted by various industrial and government organisations. Keywords: Aviation, Airports, Air Traffic Management, Safety, Security, Low emission technologies, Through-life support.   [OMISSIS]     2 This is a preview version prepared by the authors. This version does not include the copyrighted content, nor the changes arising from the revision, formatting and publishing process. The version that should be used for referencing is: R. Sabatini, A. Subic, G. Dorrington, A. Mouritz, C. Wang, C. Bil, T. Kistan, A. Gardi and S. Ramasamy , “ A Readmap for Aviation Research in Australia ”, in  Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering  , eds. R. Blockley and W. Shyy, John Wiley, Chirchester, 2015. DOI: 10.1002/9780470686652.eae1082 References: [1]  Economic Befits from Air Transport in Australia , Oxford Economics, v1.1, 2011. 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