This effort will lead to the development of a data warehouse containing potentially thousands of UAS flights. NASA personnel can access this warehouse to develop custom UAS traffic scenarios to drive both fast-time and human-in-the-loop studies. For example, a UAS study in the Southern California area might want to access UAS border control flights in California and Arizona, as well as UAS flights performing aqueduct inspection and other activities. The technology developed in this project makes it possible for aviation analysts worldwide to quickly develop scenarios for UAS studies. Airport planners, airspace designers, aviation consultants, airlines, and other stakeholders will have access to a valuable repository of credible UAS flight demand.