Our Services

Quality solutions throughout the project life cycle

What We Do

Our expertise lies in combining broad operational understanding, business acumen, and engineering expertise of NAS systems and procedures.  We provide support across FAA domains, organizations, systems, and programs to ensure an overarching viewpoint that allows us “to connect the dots” from concepts to the field.

At Headquarters

Helping managers make calculated and informed decisions

Data Analytics

Operational Needs Assessment

Cost-Benefit & Return-on-Investment Analysis

Risk Identification, Analysis, & Mitigation

In the Lab

Researching and prototyping the technologies of tomorrow

Automation System Adaptation Development

System Development Technical Oversight

Modeling, Simulation, and Data Analytics

Aviation System R&D and Prototyping

In the Field

Successfully bring technologies into the field and supporting operations

Site Deployment & Field Testing

UAS Procedures and Operations in the NAS

Air Traffic Procedures Development

Automation System Adaptation Development

“Never interrupt someone doing something you said couldn’t be done.”
- Amelia Earhart

Case Studies

ATFM

Cavan supports ATFM enhancement and system analysis for Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS), Time-Based Flow Management (TBFM), and Terminal Sequencing And Spacing (TSAS)

UAS

Cavan has a wide range of experience with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in both DoD and civilian environments developing solutions for integrating large and small UAS (sUAS) into the NAS. ​

WAKE

Cavan has extensive experience leading and supporting aviation wake turbulence research, data analysis, and procedures.​

SWIM/STDDS

Cavan has broad engineering and operational experience with System-Wide Information Management (SWIM) and SWIM Terminal Data Distribution System (STDDS)​

Emerging Tech

Cavan Solutions, with its solid cadre of experienced principals, talented engineers, and top-notch ATC subject matter experts, is uniquely positioned to tackle the operational, technical, and procedural challenges facing the aviation community as new technologies emerge.

Space Integration

Unmanned Aircraft Systems