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World ATM Congress 2019
The Tower Theatre Agenda
Last agenda update - 11 March             

Tuesday, 12 March, 2019

10.20 – 10.40      
10.50 – 11.10 AZANS-EHang

Title: Next Generation UAV Operations in ATM

Speaker: Derrick Xiong

Abstract: AZANS together with EHang and ABRAHAM TECHNOLOGIES LTD joined to develop Next Generation UAV Control system which will merge UAV Command Control Centre and UAV Air Traffic Management integrated with ATC Automated System. New UAV Control Centre will implement various equipment to be hosted in ATM Artificial Intelligence at the Heydar Aliyev International Airport at Baku. The main objective of this project is collaboration in establishment of Command Control Centre at Heydar Aliyev International Airport to control flights of civil UAVs , automation of certification, permission and application for flight procedures. System will be fully integrated with live Airt Traffic Management system of Azerbaijan. State of Art 3D mapping functionality of EHang Drones to be integrated to AIM system of AZANS for generation of Digital Terrain Modules. Due to the frequent incidents of unauthorized flights of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) near the airports, an urgent need has arisen throughout the world to create an appropriate system for protecting these strategic facilities. Air traffic management (ATM) / unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) solution enables a wide range of commercial and recreational drone operations to be safely integrated into everyday operations, including the runway of a major international airport.
11.20 – 11.40  AVINOR - Air Navigation Services

Title: Remote Towers - Beyond Technology 

Speaker: Torbjørn Henriksen

Avinor in Norway is implementing remote tower services at 15 airports across Norway. The aim of the programme is to improve cost efficiency and service delivery to airports and the flying public, whilst maintaining or improving safety levels. This involves the deployment of a wide range of technological solutions. Remote towers represent a significant change in service delivery to airports. This digitalisation paves the way for further research, development and future innovative solutions. However, technology alone does not deliver the results. The programme involves considerable efforts in managing the change. Safety, human performance, staff involvement, regulatory dialogue and political relations are areas which need to be addressed systematically. The programme also affects a large number of employees and their families. The employer´s ability to facilitate the change process for the individual is consequently another very important part.

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11.50 – 12.10 ENAIRE

Title: The Challenges of GNSS Validation

Speaker: Miguel Hernanz, ENAIRE, and Víctor Arribas Roy, A.T. de GMV

GNSS applications flood our life. Behind a bank transfer, a weekend race track, traffic statistics, etc, there is a group of satellites providing positioning and timing. And it is supposed that GNSS performances are good enough to support them — but not in aviation. GNSS validation is essential to guarantee GNSS performances required during a PBN or GBAS procedure implementation. ENAIRE, through its GNSS Department, conducts this activity for each new PBN or GBAS scenario. ENAIRE also carries out GNSS signal in space continuous monitoring in Spanish airspace. Throughout this presentation, the different steps towards GNSS validation of new PBN procedures are exposed.
12.20 – 12.40 Honeywell

Title: Human Centered & Goal Oriented Design for Safe Airside Operation

Speaker: Andrea Antonini, Honeywell

Abstract: Honeywell User Experience Design applies the Human Centered Design framework to the innovation process. This means “walking in the end users’ shoes” by understanding their goals, tasks, explicit and latent needs, frustrations and wishes, and then design solutions around them. The rationale is “technology serving humans”, rather than “humans serving technology”. The presentation shall introduce the holistic concept of Experience Design, its integration with the Human Factors evaluation, and how the Human Centered Design framework supports the emergence of both radical and incremental innovation, enhancing the safety and efficiency of airside operations. Finally, the presentation shall demonstrate the application of the Human Centered Design process to the Honeywell NAVITASTM platform.
12.50 – 13.10  ENAIRE

Title: U-Space Architecture for Spain

Speaker: Daniel Garcia-Monteavaro

Current aircraft operations under ATM is not a valid scenario for drone operations with high level of digitalization and automation of functions. This issue brings us to the UTM or U-Space concept. U-space is defined as a set of services designed to support safe, efficient and secure access to airspace for large numbers of drones. Conventional Operation and U-space Operation are not separated, but they have to share the same airspace. What are the key requirements for U-Space deployment? What is the Role of the ANSPs in enabling U-Space? The ANSP will have a main role in UTM Architecture and ENAIRE will present a proposal for Spanish U-Space Architecture based on an Ecosystem Manager as a central Drone Traffic Manager (DTM), and the U-Space Services Provider (USSP) are in the middle layer where the drone user connect to access to U-space.
13.20 – 13.40  Saab

Title: Saab Digital Towers - Vision 2030

Speaker: Niclas Gustavsson

Abstract: Having launched the first dedicated Digital Tower research in 2006 and being in operation with the world’s first Digital tower centre since 2015, Saab and LFV is ready to share our joint thoughts on the future. The digital tower concept is growing up and we see the benefits of centralisation of functions in a centre of towers, the abilities to manage drones, increased autonomy for airport vehicles and improved automation. In parallel we see the evolution of the role of the Air Traffic Controller using the digital environment. Saab Digital Towers vision 2030 will provide an informed look into the possibilities of digitalisation.
13.50 – 14.10 DFS Aviation Services GmbH

Title: A Tool-based Evaluation of ED-87c Compliance

Speaker: Ashley Williams, DFS Aviation Services GmbH

Abstract: When implementing a new A-SMGCS or when renewing an existing system, one has to face the quality requirements specified by EUROCAE MASPS ED-87. Additionally, it is not uncommon that such verification has to be repeated several times during the implementation phase. It is also highly likely that system updates during the operational phase will require the repetition of the verification. Therefore, it becomes all the more important for customers and manufacturers of A-SMGCS to think about the verification of the compliance standards well in advance. Ashley Williams will speak about the new tool that DFS Aviation Services has developed and how it is applied in praxis to evaluate the compliance of an A-SMGCS with the ED-87c standards. 
14.20 – 15.10  ENAC

Title: The ENAC - Groupe ADP - Sopra Steria Research Chair on Drone Systems: A New Way to Explore Drone Integration into Airspace

Speaker: Yannick Jestin, ENAC

Abstract: In the world of Unmanned Air Systems (UAS), the future is almost here; but it can, and must, be shaped still, by working on both the vehicles themselves and the organization of the airspace in which they will be deployed. Added to that, new trends keep emerging, pulling the future in different possible directions (Urban Air Mobility, driverless personal air vehicles, etc.). A study of ongoing efforts to shape the future of UAS shows that these efforts are almost always divided in two categories moving in parallel: work on the vehicle (trying to increase its Technology Readiness Level: its size, endurance, autonomy level, improve its software’s assurance level …); and work on the concept of operations (EASA, EUROCONTROL, SESAR, etc.). The Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC) – Groupe ADP – Sopra Steria Research Chair on Drone Systems is helping to bridge that gap, by providing inputs for both vehicle technology and the environment in which they operate. The Chair has a three-year-old background in Detect And Avoid and fault detection and management. Embedded in the ENAC’s Research Lab on Small UAS, it benefits from an environment rich in skill and testing facilities, providing research on topics such as Vertical Take Off and Landing fixed wing aircraft. Added to that, the Chair works on the development of UAS operations within the airport environment, for example for the inspection of radio navigation systems. As a result of this approach mixing both vehicle and environment, the Chair contributes to building some of the blocks of U-space. Click here for presentation leaflet 
15.20 – 15.40 DFS Aviation Services GmbH / Air Navigation Solutions Ltd.

Title: Safeguarding Aspects of UAV/RPAS Mitigations in ATM Environments

Speaker: Sarah Webb, Air Navigation Solutions Ltd.

Abstract: When Gatwick Airport was presented with multiple UAS infringements in December 2018, various detection equipment was brought on site. Sarah Webb will present on the complexity of the integration of such tools in a live ATM Operational Environment, the tailored application of safeguarding principles and the learnings of introducing systems into airfield environments with limited previous exposure to aviation related applications.
15.50 – 16.10 Rheinmetall Air Defence AG

Title: Drone Defence in the Airport Environment - Enabling Secure Airport Operations  

Speaker: Beat Benz

Recent incidents involving drones interrupting flight operations of airports Gatwick in the UK and Newark Liberty in the United States have caused significant discomfiture for passengers and financial damage for airlines and airport operators. These incidents have shown that in today’s world where drones are more and more present in various applications inside the private and economic domain, the management of airspace and in the last resort also drone defence must be regulated, sanctioned and finally executed. Providing a complete local air picture and classification of cooperative and non-cooperative drones is no longer a desirable capability, it has become an absolute must in order to secure and sustain daily airport operations. Concept of Operations which can address the needs of multiple agencies will drive the future developments of system architecture. Rheinmetall Air Defence and Radar System has developed drone defence capabilities for the civilian environment. Our goal is to contribute with our long lasting expertise in dealing with small and smallest aerial vehicles to provide a drone defence in the airport environment, enabling secure airport operations. 
16.20 – 16.40 Raytheon

Title: Safer Skies: Trusted Solutions to Meet Emerging Global Airspace Needs

Speaker: Matt Gilligan, Raytheon's Navigation, Weather and Services

Abstract: Matt Gilligan, vice president of Raytheon’s Navigation, Weather and Services mission area will talk about our collective responsibility for safe management of our skies, as well as the development of new technological solutions in support of changing global airspace needs and the importance of building cybersecurity protections into every level of the airspace system.

 

Wednesday, 13 March, 2019 

 10.20 – 10:40 LFV

Title: Remote Tower 2.0 - LFV's New RTC in the Making and Future Development of RTS

Speakers: Marcus Filipp, Henrik Sjöberg, Klas Ögren, LFV and Göran Henningsson Saab

Abstract: LFV is deploying our second RTC for delivery of Air Traffic Service to another four aerodromes from Arlanda Remote Tower Centre. Listen in to the deployment strategy and this second RTC enabling editions 2.0 of Remote Tower Services. This is a story telling presenting the path from research to deployment with a presentation of the future of Air Traffic Service.
 10.50 – 11.10 SITAONAIR

Title: SITAONAIR & ATC: A Long Story

Speakers: Eric Menard & Agnès Roegel, SITAONAIR

Abstract: This presentation will provide an update of SITAONAIR’s air traffic control portfolio, and in particular a highlight on our regional deployments all over the world, in the CNS/ATM segment, on the communication side as well as on the ground systems side. We will also provide a view of the current market trends we are closely following.
 11.20 – 11.40 DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

Title: The Emerging UTM System at DFS

Speaker: Ralf Heidger, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH 

Over the course of the last year, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung and Deutsche Telekom have been working on prototyping UTM in Germany by using UAS detection with “Hook-on devices” and other means of surveillance. A cloud-based environment has been set up using a UTM framework, a staged cloud infrastructure, the DFS multisensor fusion tracker PHOENIX and a number of mobile telecommunication devices. The setup allows cooperative UAS surveillance all over the country, in combination with the surveillance of manned aviation. This functionality is combined with workflows of mission definition, validation, flight permission processing, and post-flight functions like logbook maintenance. Currently the cooperation between UTM systems and drone detection systems (DDS) for uncooperative UAS are being tested. Ralf Heidger will present the architecture, use cases and trial results of this project, and outline the future roadmap in Germany.
 11.50 – 12.10 ENAIRE

Title: Standardisation of Fast Time Simulation Models for ATC Capacity Determination

Speaker: Manuel Dorado, ENAIRE

ENAIRE uses Fast Time Simulation models (FTS) to study ATC capacity since 1992. Hundreds of studies were carried out to support decision making on new ATC sectors, runways, concepts, enablers which may affect ATC capacity. In 2012 FTS met a breaking point: FTS methodologies for capacity determination were fixed, presented to AESA (Spanish Aviation Safety Agency) and settled as standards. From that moment on, any ATC enhancement dealing with capacity is assessed within a standard procedure using both experts boards and standardized FTS methodologies, such as SCOPE and PICAP. 
 12.20 – 12.40 Obizco sarl

Title: Towards an Effective and Safe Migration to ATC Voice over IP 

Speaker: Burhan Ocakoglu, Obizco sarl

Abstract: Most ANSPs are still relying on legacy voice systems and protocols that are not being supported anymore by many telecommunication operators. The migration to EUROCAE WG67 compliant ATC voice over IP is required for radio communications and ground-ground telephony and opens up new challenges. A carefully designed transition programme taking into account regulatory, safety, security, operational, technical and economic aspects is essential to ensure a safe and effective migration to ATC Voice over IP. ATC Voice over IP will also be an essential enabler for emerging concepts such as ATS Contingency services and virtual ATC Centres. Best practices will be explored based on existing deployment experience.
 12:50 – 13:10 Rheinmetall Air Defence AG

Title: Drone Defence in the Airport Environment - Enabling Secure Airport Operations

Speaker: Beat Benz, Rheinmetall Air Defence AG

 Recent incidents involving drones interrupting flight operations of airports Gatwick in the UK and Newark Liberty in the United States have caused significant discomfiture for passengers and financial damage for airlines and airport operators. These incidents have shown that in today’s world where drones are more and more present in various applications inside the private and economic domain, the management of airspace and in the last resort also drone defence must be regulated, sanctioned and finally executed. Providing a complete local air picture and classification of cooperative and non-cooperative drones is no longer a desirable capability, it has become an absolute must in order to secure and sustain daily airport operations. Concept of Operations which can address the needs of multiple agencies will drive the future developments of system architecture. Rheinmetall Air Defence and Radar System has developed drone defence capabilities for the civilian environment. Our goal is to contribute with our long lasting expertise in dealing with small and smallest aerial vehicles to provide a drone defence in the airport environment, enabling secure airport operations.
 13.20 – 13.40 Honeywell

Title: Iris - Satellite Communications Means

Speaker: Radek Zaruba, Honeywell

Abstract: Satellite Communication System (SATCOM), an alternative to VHF Data Link (VDL Mode 2) to support Controller-Pilot Datalink Communications (CPDLC) and 4D trajectory sharing. “Iris” is a program funded by European Space Agency (ESA) and lead by Inmarsat. The presentation will introduce the benefits enabled by the Iris SATCOM technology, describe the impact on the aircraft, summarize the implementation and validation status (incl. performance comparison against VDLm2) and highlight the opportunities for early adopters ready to support pioneering of the new technology.
 13.50 – 14.10 Rohde & Schwarz

Title: Innovative ATC Network Protection - Deep Packet Inspection, Session Border Controller and Strong Encryption 

Speakers: Marius Münstermann & Jindrich Slavik, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG

Abstract: Security is key to the protection of ATC networks. Rohde & Schwarz has developed innovative security technology and implemented it in multiple areas, such as rail infrastructure, industrial networks and telecommunications. Lessons learned from these infrastructures can be transferred to securing air navigation service provider infrastructure. This expert talk gives an overview of common threats to ATC networks and the possibilities to mitigate them.
 14.20 – 14.50 Raytheon

Title: Low-level Airspace Surveillance: See What You Have Been Missing

Speaker: Michael Dubois, Raytheon

Abstract: There is a blind spot in today’s air traffic and weather coverage data, due to legacy technology. A cost effective option is lacking for high-resolution surveillance of low-level airspace from the ground-up. The need to surveil airspace where manned and unmanned vehicles of tomorrow will operate requires a new vision: a low cost, distributed constellation of phased array radars. This talk covers the importance of low-level surveillance and how reimagining radar systems as multi-function, short-range sensors can overcome the inconvenient truth of the Earth’s curvature, and mitigate the impact of buildings and topographical changes to address the evolving airspace needs. 
 15.00 – 15.20 Honeywell

Title: Surface Traffic Alerting Systems for Pilots

Speaker: Martin Puskar, Honeywell

Abstract: There will be presented the SURF IA system for pilots, the airborne solution of the Airport Safety Net domain significantly improving safety on airport surface. The system is targeting pilots as the most critical safety barrier within Accident Incident Model during rapidly evolving runway incursion. There will be presented system safety concern, intended function and principles, benefits and next steps.
 15.30 – 15.50 Guntermann & Drunck GmbH

Title: Aviation Safety and Increased Cyber Security: How KVM supports the shift towards more automated ANS

Speaker: Jochen Bauer, Guntermann & Drunck GmbH

Abstract: The modernisation of ATC systems, in particular in combination with all harmonisation programs, rises the degree of complex IT installations. Only the use of the respective systems can expand the airspace capacities, which are necessary to manage the growing number of flight movements. Where once analogue techniques were deployed, now data centres are used to provide us with all necessary information. Therefore, an optimal system control is indispensable. Because installations have to be operated, administrated and properly protected in times of cyber security – and they should also provide reliable redundancies.
 16.00 – 17.00 Wing (Formerly Google Wing) 

Title: What Wing has Learned from Operating on Three Continents

Speaker: Reinaldo Negron

Abstract: Wing has been operating in multiple countries and continents with over 60,000 flights built on UTM capabilities. We will share key learnings on enabling operations and the UTM ecosystem.

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