The project results consist in the implementation of Data Link Services above FL285 in Warszawa FIR as required by the EC Regulation No 29/2009 (amended by the regulation No 310/2015), comprising the following DLS functionalities: DLIC – Data Link Initiation Capability, ACM – ATC Communications Management, ACL – ATC Clearances, AMC – ATC Microphone Check.
The primary message to be conveyed through the presentation is that the Air Ground Data Link capability according to the EU regulatory framework on data link services is an essential prerequisite for Baseline 2 applications and particularly for future services like 4D-trajectory based operations. The project will be showcased in the form of a short movie, facilitated and supported by an on-the-spot presence of a person with operational experience in CPDLC domain, including the following items and figures:
- System performance, including: CPDLC usage rate, CPDLC usage growth rate since its operational deployment in March 2018, Provider Abort rate,
Lessons learnt, including cooperation with airlines during CPDLC implementation process, and identified challenges for future implementation of Initial Trajectory Information Sharing.
Visit and meet:
Rafał Cichocki – Head of Operational Management Unit, PANSA
SESAR walking tours at the World ATM Congress 2019
During the World ATM Congress, SESAR (SESAR Joint Undertaking and SESAR Deployment Manager) will, for the second year in a row, organize „SESAR walking tours”.
The idea behind the SESAR walking tours is to showcase completed or on-going projects, both covering research and development as well as deployment area of SESAR Programme. Just like at the World ATM Congress 2018, projects will be showcased with a significant engagement of partners involved in SESAR: this is the operational stakeholders (ANSPs, Airspace Users, Airport Operators) and industry who will present their progress and achievements in the SESAR domain.
Visitors of the walking tours will have a unique opportunity to meet with experts from the SESAR community and see first-hand the wide variety of solutions that have been or are being developed and deployed across Europe. At the last edition in 2018, over 450 guests attended the walking tours, giving those who took part in the tours quite a huge visibility and extra publicity.
As concerns the SESAR walking tours 2019, submissions already received from SESAR partners have been grouped content-wise into several clusters.
Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, by participating in the work carried out under the SESAR Programme, both in its research and development as well as in it’s deployment-related part, has submitted the following project proposals to the SESAR walking tours:
- „Local ASM tool as a part of Dynamic Airspace Configuration process” (R&D project, on-going),
- „Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine” (R&D project, on-going),
- „Implementation of Data-link services for the ATM in FIR Warsaw” (deployment-related project, completed)
All three projects submitted by PANSA to the walking tours have been accepted by SESAR. Thanks to it, during WAC 2019 on PANSA stand all the neccessary information regarding issues mentioned above will be provided.