World ATM Congress 2022

The Tower Theatre Agenda
Please note: The Tower Theatre will be located in room N106
 


Updated 18 June. Check back often for more information!

 

Tuesday, 21 June 2022

10:10 - 10:30   

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11:10 -12.00 SESAR 3 JU  

Title: Remote tower (PJ05)

Moderator: 
Robin Garrity, SESAR 3 JU 

Speaker: 
Niclas Gustavsson, SAAB
Michael Ellinger, Frequentis
Csaba Gergely, HungaroControl
Gyorghi Balogh, Indra 
Ramona Santarelli, ENAV
Matthias Kleinert, DLR 

 
Abstract: Digital technologies for towers
In a matter of years, remote tower technology has re-written the rulebook on air traffic control. What started out as a concept to make small and regional airports more viable, has since evolved in new and sometimes unexpected directions, generating a family of solutions and blending other technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality and artificial intelligence. Deployments of remote tower solutions are taking place across Europe, as more and more airports and service providers recognise the operational efficiencies, resilience and cost effectiveness that these technologies can offer now and in the long term. Join SESAR 3 JU founding members and partners to find out more about the latest research and innovation into these digital technologies for towers.

Introduction to the SESAR remote tower story
Robin Garrity, SESAR 3 JU 
Niclas Gustavsson, SAAB
Remote tower centres  
Michael Ellinger, Frequentis
Csaba Gergely, HungaroControl
Gyorghi Balogh, Indra 
Augmented reality 
Ramona Santarelli, ENAV 
Speech recognition 
Matthias Kleinert, DLR 
Questions and closing 
Robin Garrity, SESAR 3 JU
     
12:10 -13.00  SESAR 3 JU

Title: Albatross: Optimised Operations for Greener Aviation

Moderator: 
Olivia Nunez, SESAR 3 JU

Speaker(s):
Sophie Baranes, DSNA
Max Davidse, Schipol
Giuseppe Acampora, Network Manager
Giuseppe Pillirone, Air France 
Mattia Nurisso, Airbus

 

Abstract:  ALBATROSS: Optimised operations for greener aviation
Launched in February 2021, the SESAR 3 JU very-large scale project, ALBATROSS, is conducting a series of gate-to-gate live flight trials across Europe with a view to demonstrating the feasibility of implementing more energy-efficient flights by combining several technical and operational innovations. ALBATROSS follows a holistic approach by covering all flight phases, directly involving all relevant stakeholder groups (such as airlines, ANSPs, network managers, airports and industry). Many SESAR solutions will be put into practice during the flight demonstrations, from new PBN approach transitions to optimised climb and descent, a more collaborative and dynamic management of necessary airspace constraints, sustainable taxiing and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) usage. Join the SESAR 3 JU and ALBATROSS’ partners to find out more about the demonstration and the goal of making energy-efficient flying the norm in the future, ensuring maximum gains in fuel and emission reduction, without impacting the passenger experience.
 
Welcome and scene setting 
Olivia Nunez, SESAR 3 JU
Introduction to Albatross 
Mattia Nurisso, Airbus
Panel discussion 
Sophie Baranes, DSNA
Max Davidse, Schipol
Giuseppe Acampora, Network Manager
Giuseppe Pillirone, Air France 
Mattia Nurisso, Airbus

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13.40 – 14.00 NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre

Title: ITARO - Large scale demonstrations of combined SESAR Solutions inside the TMA showing integrated impact

Speaker: 
Wilfred Rouwhorst, NLR (AT-One)/ Senior R&D

Abstract: ITARO is a very large scale demonstrator-like (VLD-like) type of project under the SESAR 2020 programme in which multiple SESAR solutions are combined and validated. In earlier research, the individual solutions already revealed to improve terminal airspace, airport and runway operations throughout Europe. Several exercises are performed to assess the combination of these solutions in operational scenarios. With the integration of these solutions it is aimed to bridge the gap to deployment, reduce the workload of both the pilots and air traffic controllers, as well as to enable greener flights and improved punctuality inside the TMA.

Departure operations executed by NATS, Heathrow Airport and INDRA for Integrated Runway Throughput and Terminal Efficiency. It focuses on outbound traffic to validate the operational feasibility of enhancing the Optimised Separation Delivery (OSD) tool for departures with reduced and higher granularity non-wake separations. This tool is tested with real-time simulations (RTS) on the Heathrow Tower simulator. 

NLR is performing three exercises focusing on Arrival operations inbound traffic with two RTSs on NARSIM and a flight test demonstration (jointly with DLR) It will demonstrate RNP-based arrival/approach operations combined with Interval Management (IM) operations, time-based operations and environmentally favorable Continuous Descent Operations (CDOs). 

Also Industrial Research (IR) related complementary activities will be carried out by NATS, INDRA, Airport De Paris (ADP), DSNA, EUROCONTROL and NLR. These consist of supporting and deepening the validation exercises of the SESAR PJ.01-W2-08B and PJ.07-W2-37.
Together these exercises will boost the research towards deployment phases and contribute to the greening of aviation.

14.10 – 14.30   Thales

Title: Performance-Driven ANS... Be Proactive!

Speakers: 
Ahmed Abdulhameed Khatir Yahia, NavComm Engineer, SANS Hervé Puget, Product Line Manager (Thales, SANS / THALES)

Abstract: ANSPs are consistently facing challenges not only in managing skies, but when managing the crucial activities that support ATM. Efficient operational management and the adoption of digital technologies to aid ANSPs manage all facets of CNS systems maintenance, ATSEP management, and other various activities is a key area of improvement. 

The digitalization and streamline of these often-overlooked activities and processes presents an opportunity for ANSPs to be more cost effective and PROACTIVE.

 
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15.10 – 15.30  Erkelens Law

Title: Certification of USSPs: Some legal considerations

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Philippe Carous, Associate Lawyer specialised in ATM/UTM 

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Article 17 of Regulation (EU) 2021/664* creates a common framework for the certification of U-space service providers (USSPs) in Europe. Following this provision, USSPs are required to obtain a certificate from the competent authority before delivering services to UAS operators.

This presentation will briefly examine, from a legal perspective, key questions that may arise during the certification process. It will be divided in five parts:
- Functioning of the Single USSP certificate
- Conditions for obtaining a USSP certificate
- Prerogatives of the competent authority
- Dispute resolution
- Certification and alleviation of liability

* Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2021/664 of 22 April 2021 on a regulatory framework for the U-space, OJ L 139, 23.4.2021, p. 161-183.

15.40 – 16.00
 

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16.10– 16.30

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Wednesday, 22 June 2022

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10.40 – 11.30  CRIDA, A.I.E.

Title: Optimising Demand and Capacity in U-space – A Balancing Act 

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Abstract: The Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) program research and innovation programme has taken a proactive step towards facilitating drone operations through the development of the implementation of U-space: A service ecosystem designed to facilitate access to lower airspace for drones.
SESAR foresees the progressive implementation of U-space from foundation services towards more advanced ones. Initial U-space services will facilitate drone operations in environments with low density of drones and reduced levels of risk. However, operations in urban environments, which are expected to increase substantially over the coming decade, makes it necessary the development of new solutions. Particularly, urban environments need solutions to efficiently balance the drone traffic demand with the airspace capacities through a well-informed decision-making process. The impact over the population will be a key limiting factor in this process to ensure the social acceptance of future drone operations.

DACUS (Demand And Capacity optimization in U-Space) is a project founded by the SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking that considers all previous elements to design and validate the future Demand and Capacity Balancing (DCB) process in the context of U-space. The key challenges of the process will be explained, together with results and findings obtained by developing and testing early prototypes:
• To quantify the air and ground risk as a limiting factor to determine the maximum number of drone operations in a certain urban airspace.
• To quantify the social impact, including visual and noise effects over population, as another key factor to limit the number of operations.
• To design drone operation plans taking into consideration the existing demand and its associated uncertainty.
• To quantify the effectiveness of mitigation measures, such as organization of flows or rerouting, to solve imbalances when demand exceeds airspace capacity.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 893864

Speakers:
S3JU and overview of U-space projects - Nil Agacdiken, S3JU Programme Manager
Overview of DACUS scope - Pablo Sánchez-Escalonilla, CRIDA
Description of the solution - Dominik Janisch, CRIDA
Results of a collision risk prototype to determine the maximum capacityVictor Gordo, INECO
Results of a social impact prototype to determine the maximum capacity - Yannick Seprey, SOPRA STERIA
Results of a route planning prototype to represent the uncertainty of demand. - Michael Bueddefeld, JEPPESEN
Results of the effectiveness of measures to solve imbalances between demand and capacity - Daniel Gómez, CRIDA

 
 
11:40 – 12.00 Thales Las France

Title: Eagleshield Idtect for Drone Detection – Protecting Airports with an Integrated Solution

Speaker: 
Younes Fada, Thales Group, Las France

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12.10 –13.00 SESAR 3 JU 

Title: Novel tools for enhanced air traffic control (SESAR PJ10, Wave 2

Moderator: 
Olivia Nunez, 
SESAR 3 JU

Speakers: 
Maurizio Romano,TSKY /ENAV PJ.10-W2 Sol 93 Leader
Sara Mansi, Leonardo PJ.10-W2 Sol 96
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John Godsell, NATS

Abstract: Novel tools for enhanced air traffic control (SESAR PJ10, Wave 2)  (22 June, 12:10 – 13:00)
Building on previous research on this issue, the EU-funded SESAR2020 project PJ.10-W2 PROSA aims to further mature novel tools for enhanced air traffic control. Join this session to learn more about the research on Delegation of ATM Service provision (in the context of Virtual Centre PJ.32-W3); collaborative control operations, in which controllers can issue instructions to aircraft that involve out-of-sector manoeuvring, and how speech recognition can help the air traffic controllers.

Introduction
• Olivia Nunez, SESAR 3 JU 
Delegation of ATS and possible Architectures in a Virtual Centre environment
• Maurizio Romano,TSKY /ENAV PJ.10-W2 Sol 93 Leader
Benefits of Speech Recognition in Air Traffic Control Management
• Sara Mansi Leonardo PJ.10-W2 Sol 96 Leader
Collaborative Control
• John Godsell, NATS 
Questions and answer with audience,
• Moderated by Olivia Nunez, SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking


   
13.10 – 13.30

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13.40 –14.00  Cirium 

Title: Unifying Siloed Skies

Speaker: 
Kevin Hightower,  Head of Product
Niha Shaikh, VP of Product, Cirium Sky
Wilson Caulfield, Strategic Account Manager

Abstract: Breaking down data silos is just the start of your digital transformation. Let’s dive into how others are using aviation analytics to transform their business using the breadth of data across the entirety of our amazing industry.
14.10 – 14.30  Guntermann & Drunck GmbH Title: Intelligent operating concepts for digital towers – How KVM helps Transforming ATC

Speaker:
Jochen Bauer, Guntermann & Drunck GmbH
 Abstract: What have all the different scenarios of digital towers in common? A lot of technology to make operations work as smoothly as in a physical tower – or even better. Learn how high-end KVM solutions optimize many different applications in digital towers in terms of flexible IT access, comprehensive redundancy concepts, multiple mode of operation, fail-safety, and cyber security, while also improving ATCOs work processes. 
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15.10 – 15.30 Thales LAS France
Title: Windfarm and Renewable Energy – How Sustainable Energy and Aviation Can Be Compatible

Speaker: 
Steve Smith, Thales
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 15.40 - 16.30 Skysoft-ATM  Title: Optimizing operational efficiencies for Airlines and ANSPs while lowering CO2 Emissions

Speaker(s):
Betterizon,
Ingenav,
SITA,
SkySoft-ATM

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