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World ATM Congress 2019
The FABEC OPS Theatre Agenda
Last agenda update - 10 March            

Tuesday, 12 March, 2019

10.10 – 11.25 SESAR Deployment Manager Title:  Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) Implementation Plan

Abstract: In the recent years ADS-B has firmly asserted itself as a mature surveillance technology capable of supporting the most stringent ATC separation standards. It has been deployed in low density environments around the globe since mid 2000’s. With the applicability of the SPI regulation looming on the horizon, SESAR Deployment Manager is leading the way for ASD-B to take hold as a surveillance standard in the European continental airspace. 

10:10 – 10:15 Introduction and Scene Setting

Speaker: Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager

  10:15 – 10:25 ADS-B Implementation Plan - Overview Speaker: Christian Pradera, SESAR Deployment Manager
  10:25 – 10:35 Air and Ground Implementation - Next Steps Speaker: Jan Stibor, SESAR Deployment Manager
  10:35 – 10:45 Operational and Technical Enhancements Using ADS-B Speaker: Johan Martensson, EUROCONTROL
  10:45 – 10:55 ADS-B Out Potential Airborne Exemptions  Speaker: Bryan Jolly, EASA 
  10:55 – 11:05

ADS-B Military View

Speaker: Lt Col Sven Rensmeyer, European Defence Agency
  11:05 – 11:15 Q & A  
11.40 – 12.45 SESAR Deployment Manager

Title: SESAR is Delivering!


Abstract: The SESAR Deployment Manager is working together with stakeholders from the European aviation community to implement the Pilot Common Project (PCP), bringing tangible benefits to the ATM performance. This session will present the efforts carried out to translate the regulation into a Programme which facilitates a synchronized and timely deployment across Europe, through the execution of individual Implementing Projects and the assessment on the performance benefits delivered by them. The PCP status of implementation and practical examples of deployment initiatives will be delivered to illustrate the joint efforts to realise the Single European Sky.
  11:40 – 11:55 Overview of the Pilot Common Project, the deployment approach, status of implementation, risk assessment and mitigation.


Speaker: Cristian Pradera, SESAR Deployment Manager
  11:55 – 12:10 Coordination and support to European stakeholders in the execution of the PCP, distribution and evolution of the implementation initiatives Speaker: Ramón Raposo, SESAR Deployment Manager
  12:10 – 12:25 ENAV Portfolio of Projects Aimed at Deploying the PCP and Insight on Free Route Deployment in Italy Speaker: Cristiano Cantoni, ENAV
  12:25 – 12:40 Methodology of the performance assessment, initial results and measurement examples of completed projects Speaker: Antoine Hottelart, SESAR Deployment Manager
  12:40 – 12:45 Closing and Conclusions Speaker: Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager
13.00 – 14.30 FABEC/InterFAB

Title: InterFAB Panel: Fragmentation or Subsidiarity? A Question that No-One is Asking 

Welcome: Peter F. Dumont, ATCA; Michiel von Dorst, FABEC, LVNL

Moderator: Philip Butterworth-Hayes


Ann Persson Grivas, LFV, COOPANS-Alliance, DK/SE-FAB;

Christian Kern, Austro Control, FAB-CE;

Maurizio Paggetti, ENAV, BLUE MED FAB;


Tomas Tamasaukas, Baltic FAB;

Geoffroy Ville, DSNA, FABEC

Abstract: A core assumption of the Single European Sky (SES) programme is that Europe’s air traffic management (ATM) system is fragmented. But it is unclear what this really means. What is the difference between a “fragmented” and “un-fragmented” ATM system and what impact does fragmentation really have on operations and performance? There is no clear view as to the optimum design of a European ATM system – which decisions should be taken at a local or regional level and which decisions should be taken centrally. Could there be performance benefits to giving local actors more, rather than less, responsibility for managing air traffic operations in their immediate vicinity? The panel aims to initiate a discussion on the question of how fragmentation within the aviation value chain impacts ATM operational performance. Starting with operational aspects, panellists will widen the scope of debate to related areas such as system infrastructure/technology, governance and institutional responsibilities etc. Views will be exchanged on the fragmentation of the aviation chain and its impact on the passenger experience.
14.35 – 14.55 NATS

Title: 7 Key Lessons from Increasing Capacity at Heathrow 

Speaker: Jonny White, NATS

Abstract: Heathrow is capacity constrained, serving over 80 airline customers with nearly 475,000 movements in 2017 from two runways. In this session we will explore the 7 key lessons that Heathrow learnt when it wanted to increase capacity and what questions you should be asking to achieve the same. Through a strategic partnership with Heathrow, NATS has delivered new capacity using innovation to help the airport work to plan, reduce vulnerability to disruption and to delight the 78 million passengers who pass through the airport. You will gain insight from expertise in predictive analytics and operational planning, and have the opportunity to ask questions.
15.00 – 15.50  PECASUS and the Finnish Meteorological Institute

Title: New Space Weather Services for Aviation Defined in ICAO Annex 3 - What Are They and How Will They Impact ATM and Airlines?

Moderator: Jan Sondij, KNMI Speakers: Dr. Kirsti Kauristie, Finnish Meteorological Insitute and PECASUS; Klaus Sievers, IFALPA/German Cockpit Association; Dennis Hart, EUROCONTROL

Abstract: Space Weather (SWX) can affect e.g. GNSS, HF communications, satellite communications and increases exposure to harmful radiation for flight crew. This impact to operations was acknowledged by ICAO in 2011 when the development of CONOPS for Space Weather was started. This process has resulted in the audit and selection of three global space weather centres by the ICAO council in November 2018. The operational delivery of Space Weather Advisories providing information on the previously mentioned four impacts (GNSS, HF, SATCOM & RAD) for aviation is expected to start in the first half or 2019. The advisories will be disseminated via global AFTN/AMHS networks much in the same way as Volcanic Ash and Tropical Cyclone advisories. PECASUS, led by FMI, is one of the three global centres and is already capable to provide advisories operationally. Currently a coordination mechanism is set up between the three global centres. Once complete the service delivery to the aeronautical community will start. The aim of the session is to engage with the user community, to present the new Space Weather service for aviation and to have a dialogue with stakeholders concerned. Highlights for the World ATM Congress audience will be the basic Space Weather phenomena, the global landscape and user impacts.
Who should attend?
• Airline and ATM representatives - especially those with polar flights
• Pilots - especially operating long-haul flights
• Communications system suppliers - HF comms, SATCOM comms and GNSS tracking
16.00 – 17.00 Searidge

Title: AI, Co-creation, and the Digital Tower Lab, AI for HIRO Airports

Speakers: Alex Sauriol, Searidge Technologies, and Andy Taylor, NATS

Abstract: An overview around the introduction of AI for High Intensity Runway Operations and the what of co-creation means for the next generation of ATC tools.
17.10 – 18.00 NATS

Title: The UK Network - Planning for Summer 2019

Speaker: Wendy Howard Allen, NATS

Abstract: This session will provide an overview of the measures and mitigations being put in place by NATS in readiness for Summer 2019 focusing specifically on:

•   Industry engagement – mechanisms used and practical benefits seen
•   Forecasting & tools – innovating to ensure we are best prepared to manage summer traffic levels across the UK network
•   PERL methodology – Plan, Execute, Review, Learn.  An overview of our continuous improvement methodology and how that translates to performance
•   Playbooks – a key lever to optimise service delivery
•   Managing disruptive days – including mass diversions and working with industry on solutions & mitigations

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Wednesday, 13 March, 2019 

 10.10 – 11.10 ESSP SAS

Session: EGNOS & Galileo Services for Aviation: Status and Opportunities 

Abstract: Since the beginning, EGNOS has provided a number of benefits to aviation, including improved safety of the operations and the possibility of providing LPV (3D precision app) to all runway ends without infrastruc­ture requirements. The level of performance is such that additional benefits are now being recognized through ADS-B and Per­formance Based Navigation, with bet­ter availability, accuracy, and alert levels. EGNOS enables a wide range of navigation applications, including LPV to IFR and VFR airports, LNAV/VNAV or RNP AR. In the surveillance domain, EGNOS can improve availability of ADS-B applications, enable Hybrid surveillance (based on accurate geometrical altitude) and improve the performance of safety nets such as EGPWS and TAWS. Galileo, the European global satellite navigation constellation, provides great potential and an enabler for additional benefits that build on the aviation applications already proven or developing with EGNOS. It is expected that when Galileo is complete, that deployment will be through the use of dual frequency multi constellation receivers. Galileo augmentations via SBAS (e.g. EGNOS V3), ABAS (e.g. ARAIM) and GBAS (e.g. GAST-F) will support navigation and surveillance applications with stringent requirements. Galileo positioning and the Search and Rescue service also supports Aircraft Distress Tracking. Research is ongoing on beacon remote activation and related operational concept, delivering additional benefits to the aviation community. Attendees to this session will be debriefed on the latest developments of these applications and about the on-going work towards evolving both EGNOS and Galileo systems and services in accordance to detected users’ requirements. In addition, the audience will be consulted on preferred R&D priorities and funding instruments to be put in place in the next years, in preparation of new EU research programs.

Title: Market EGNOS and Galileo for aviation and R&D funding opportunities

Speaker: Carmen Aguilera, Market Development Officer at GSA


Title: 2021 GADSS Autonomous Distress Tracking Mandate: How can airlines use Galileo to Comply?

Speaker: Christian Belleux, General Manager at Orolia


Title: Galileo and EGNOS for drones: when navigation becomes safe.

Speaker: Pere Molina, Advanced Applications Programme Manager at GeoNumerics


Title: New EGNOS users: working together to enable flying IFR in VFR environments

Speaker: Hugo Luengo, ESSP SAS

 11.15 – 12.30 FABEC/InterFAB

Title: InterFAB Panel: The Capacity Crisis - A Single Sector Cause or Are We Missing Other, Significant Factors?

Introductions and Moderator: François-Xavier Prach, FABEC

Facilitator: Nadine Meesen, FABEC

Speakers: Wolfgang Bretl, FABEC; Vidmantas Kairys, BALTIC FAB; Vaclav Voracek, FABCE; Maurizio Paggetti, BLUE MED FAB; Veselin Stoyanov, DANUBE FAB; Ged Boydell, EUROCONTROL;

Abstract: Summer 2018 has been, in terms of air traffic punctuality, a mess. Forecasts from the Network Manager do not trigger any confidence that the situation will improve in the near future. But - accepting that the crisis is real - is it right to focus the discussion just on the performance of the air traffic management sector? Are there not other factors inside and outside the aviation chain that have contributed to the increase in delays? Do we have all the statistical evidence we need to make accurate analyses and conclusions on what meaningful measures will be needed to improve European aviation’s time-keeping? The panel aims to enrich the ongoing discussion on the capacity crisis by looking at the problem in a different way. It will start from the viewpoints of passengers and public as they have appeared in the media over last summer. Based on this, panellists will enhance the scope of the discussion by including non ATM aviation-chain contributory factors along with elements beyond the industry’s control. They will investigate whether we will need more and different data sets before we can deliver effective and holistic industry solutions.
 12.45 – 13.45  Airbus UTM

Title: Safeguarding Our Future Skies: How Real-time Risk Calculations Enable New Operations

Speaker: Peter Sachs, Airbus UTM

Abstract: Thanks to years of work to add layers of redundant equipment, extensive training and new decision support tools to our cockpits and air traffic control facilities, our global aviation system is as safe as it’s ever been. But how do we continue to ensure safe operations when it comes to high-throughput, autonomously managed drone operations? Airbus UTM is tackling these problems with research in a variety of areas. By analyzing millions of ADS-B flight tracks and population density patterns from around the world, we’re making new predictive airspace analysis tools to enable autonomous UAS risk assessment. And through thousands of simulations, we’re developing new metrics for characterizing airspace capacity and for understanding UAS failure modes.These advances will allow future UTM systems to dynamically predict and respond to risk factors in our airspace, keeping everything from blood transfusions to air taxis safely separated in our future skies.
 13.55 – 14.25 skyguide 

Title: CPDLC Cockpit – A Real-time Monitoring Solution

Speaker: Dr. Götz Ardey, skyguide

Abstract: The presentation about the CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communication) Cockpit, held by Dr. Götz Ardey (Head of skyguides' CNS Services), provides you with insights about the web-based real-time monitoring solution, which was developed by an ANSP with the support of an industry partner. The development of an ANSP for ANSP's solution, the single cloud-based architecture, the easy integration into the existing infrastructure, the real-time capability to monitor the CPDLC service quality, the user-friendly yet powerful search engine and customizable dashboards are only some of the manifold benefits of this solution. 
 14.35 – 15.00 NATCA

Title: The Challenges of Integrating New Technologies in the World’s Busiest Airspace

Speakers: Jim Ullmann & Steve Hansen, NATCA  

Abstract: A look at the challenges of integrating new technologies, including Commercial Space and Unmanned Aerial Systems, into the United States National Airspace System (NAS). With the current increased demand on an already complex system, comes a technological and logistical challenge that will ultimately completely change the face of the NAS.
 15.10 – 15.55 DFS Aviation Services GmbH / Air Navigation Solutions Ltd.

Title: UAV/Drone Management - The Gatwick Airport Event

Speakers: Andreas Pötzsch, DFS Aviation Services GmbH, Paul Diestelkamp, Air Navigation Solutions Ltd.

Abstract: When presented with a situation like Gatwick Airport was, the first aspect taken into consideration was to maintain a safe operation, which in this case required the aerodrome to be declared unavailable for a period of time. During this time, work was carried out extensively but efficiently to assess and mitigate the safest way for operations to resume. After an introduction by Andreas Pötzsch, Paul Diestelkamp will present on the experiences from this work. Focusing on the importance of a comprehensive view on Drone Management and the benefits of incorporating the operational environment, procedures and communications as well as systems rather than a solely technology focused approach.

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 16.00 – 16.25 Deloitte

Title: Data Efficiency - A Constant Opportunity

Speaker: Chris Metts, Deloitte

Abstract: It is often said that the aviation community is data rich and information poor. There are "lakes and lakes" of data, but limited resources and technical implementations of powerful and effective data analytic capabilities, especially in the risk averse space of Air Traffic Control. This would be a dialogue that stimulates discussion and thought related to the better use of already available data science in the world of air traffic control, and the commercial success already evident in other operational environments, some equally as vital to the global economy.
 16.30 – 18.00  AirMap

Title: Anatomy of the U-space: Tools & Technologies for Drone Enablement

Moderator: Richard Deakin, AirMap

Panel: Robert Fraefel, skyguide, Andi Lamprecht, AirMap, Barbora Janikova, ANSCR; Antoine Martin, DSNA; Paul Bosman, EUROCONTROL

Abstract: Air traffic management services for unmanned aircraft in Europe is being orchestrated by U-space and a variety of industry experts and leaders. This panel will bring light to the status and outlook of U-space architecture, deployments, and implementation to date. Panelists will share their perspectives and discuss lessons learned and best practices from their current initiatives in the Switzerland, Czech Republic, and France. Join a panel of executive leaders who will break down the current challenges, opportunities, trends, and expectations, as well as recommendations on how to prioritize UTM/U-space services in the coming years. 

Thursday, 14 March, 2019

 10.00 – 10.50  GUTMA

Panel: FIMS – USP

Moderator: Benoit Curdy, GUTMA


Title: FIMS-USP, the terminology; and FIMS-USP in the Network of U-Space demonstrators
Speaker: Marc Kegelaers, Unifly and GUTMA

Title: ANSP integration of UTM in the UK
Speaker: Andy Sage, NATS

Title: Evolving Traffic Management for Manned and Unmanned
Speaker: Amit Ganjoo, ANRA Technologies

Title: UTM Principles promoting safety, privacy, efficiency and fairness -Presentation Not for Publication
Andrea Shestopalov, AiRXOS (part of GE Aviation)

Title: The ATM/UTM Bridge in Action
Speaker: Rupert Benbrook, Altitude Angel 

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 11.00 – 12.00  GUTMA

Panel: Operation Talks

Moderator: Benoit Curdy, GUTMA

Title: Flying a drone in controlled airspace: the challenge
Speaker: Carlos Hernandez Medel, everis Aerospace and Defense

Title: Leonardo UTM: an integrated platform for today and tomorrow’s needs
Speaker: Francesco Barbaria, Leonardo

Title:  Complex operations using UTM capabilities
Reinaldo Negron, Project Wing @ X (formerly Google X)

Title: How wind lidar technology can support UAS (unmanned aircraft system) operations
Speaker: Tapio Haarlaa, Vaisala

Title: Elements of U-Space/UTM architecture - Initial results from U-Flyte research programme
Speaker: Tim McCarthy, U-Flyte

Title: Integrating Unmanned Logistics Missions into Thailand's National Airspace System
Speaker: Michael Currie, Fling

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