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Date: October 26-27, 2011
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Location: NASA Ames Conference Center (NACC), NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA

The Airspace Operations Lab (AOL) at NASA Ames Research Center will be hosting a workshop to share MACS knowledge with researchers, developers, and end-users on October 26th and 27th, 2011. The workshop will be held at the NASA Ames Conference Center (Bldg. 3) and will cover several areas of MACS. The first day will be geared towards high-level topics such as an introduction to MACS and ADRS, MACS installation, preparing a simulation, flight deck overview, and ATC displays overview. The second day will be geared towards development and analysis overviews, including scenario editing, convective weather generation, MACS development, data output, and TRAC overview, followed by a Q&A session with the AOL team. A detailed agenda can be found here.

Workshop attendees will also be provided with new MACS documentation for topics including: MACS Overview, MACS Installation, Scenario Editing, Flight Deck Displays, Convective Weather Editor, and others. Much effort has been going into documentation, however, most of the documentation will not be available until sometime after the workshop. We are informing you now that the new documentation is underway, though it may take some time before all of the topics can be covered properly.

Note that the workshop schedule may change as needed. We are sending it out early so that you may decide if you would like to attend and on which day(s). It is our expectation that all MACS users will have something of value to gain from this workshop, so please join us!
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Last Updated: June 19, 2012