PANSA at World ATM Congress in Madrid

12 – 14 March 2019

 

 

 

„PANSA is a pro-active partner in the European Union’s efforts to modernize air traffic management. As a contributor to SESAR – the most successful publicprivate partnership in the aviation sector ever – PANSA has shown its commitment to accelerate deployment of innovative technologies for improved ATM performance. I am delighted that PANSA is this year joining the World ATM Congress representing air navigation services within Polish airspace.”

Henrik Hololei
Director-General for Mobility
and Transport European Commission

„We are now in a key moment for Polish aviation. We observe a record-breaking (and still increasing) number of passengers as well as dynamically growing air traffic that is significantly ahead of the forecasts. As the Polish airspace is one of the largest in Europe we are aware of our influential role in the entire air traffic management system. That is why we are preparing for the new challenges: we undertook the task of building the Central Transport Hub, we invest in new technologies and amend our regulations.”

Mikołaj Wild
Secretary of State in the Ministry of Infrastructure,
Plenipotentiary of the Government for the Central
Transport Hub for the Republic of Poland

PANSA AT WORLD ATM CONGRESS 2019

The most famous ATM congress event – WAC – this year, as usual, will take place in Madrid (Spain).

WAC combines conference style debates between the most influential representatives of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), product developers, experts, operational stakeholders and international ATM exhibition where their solutions for the current and upcoming challenges in the Air Traffic Management are demonstrated.

This year’s, 7th edition will take place on 21,000 square metre venue with almost 240 display stands from over 130 countries.

PANSA representatives have been attending every WAC for the last seven years… but this time PANSA will be one of the exhibitors in Madrid.

From 12th until 14th March PANSA will moderate discussions about Central and Eastern Europe role within the ATM as well as the challenges and opportunities for the unmanned aircrafts use. What is more, in-house designed ATM systems will be presented during the event and will cover PANSA’s own R&D projects such as PANSA UTM, PANDORA and CAT.

Visit our stand #239 (in the main hall).

More information will follow.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us: wac@pansa.pl

PANSA AT WORLD ATM CONGRESS 2019

The most famous ATM congress event – WAC – this year, as usual, will take place in Madrid (Spain).

WAC combines conference style debates between the most influential representatives of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), product developers, experts, operational stakeholders and international ATM exhibition where their solutions for the current and upcoming challenges in the Air Traffic Management are demonstrated.

This year’s, 7th edition will take place on 21,000 square metre venue with almost 240 display stands from over 130 countries.

PANSA representatives have been attending every WAC for the last seven years… but this time PANSA will be one of the exhibitors in Madrid.

From 12th until 14th March PANSA will moderate discussions about Central and Eastern Europe role within the ATM as well as the challenges and opportunities for the unmanned aircrafts use. What is more, in-house designed ATM systems will be presented during the event and will cover PANSA’s own R&D projects such as PANSA UTM, PANDORA and CAT.

Visit our stand #239 (in the main hall).

More information will follow.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us: wac@pansa.pl

About The Award Winning World ATM Congress

1 venue – 3 days – 135+ sessions – 136 countries and territories in attendance – 238 exhibitors in 21,000 Square Metre Exhibit Hall – 260 speakers – unlimited opportunities.
Now in its seventh year, World ATM Congress is the world’s largest international air traffic management (ATM) exhibition and conference attracting over 8,500 people last year.

World ATM Congress is a Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) partnership with the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA). We bring together the world’s leading product developers, experts, stakeholders, and air navigation service providers (ANSPs). Aviation thought leaders gather for three days of conference sessions, product demonstrations and launches, contract closures and educational and networking opportunities in Madrid, Spain.

Why attend? Get unparalleled insight into key issues in the ATM industry, hands-on experience of the latest products and innovation, and potential to increase brand awareness all in one place – save time and increase revenue. World ATM Congress delivers the context, content, and contacts that suppliers and customers need to shape the future of global airspace.

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency

Every day Polish Air Navigation Services Agency ensures safety of passengers in more than 2,500 flights over Poland. We have one of the biggest airspace in Europe: over 334,000 km2. Almost a million overflights, approaches, take-offs and landings in 2018 were supervised by more than 570 air traffic controllers employed in Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, as well as almost 240,000 General Aviation flights under watch of the Flight Information Service (FIS).

Our air traffic controllers are supported by advanced technology. Over 200 devices located throughout Poland guaranteeing safety of air traffic within the Polish airspace: air-ground communication systems, RNAV systems, ILS – DME systems supporting smooth and precise landing in low visibility, radars. We are responsible for advanced aviation infrastructure – we build and develop it.

Together with ORO NAVIGACIJA, PANSA joined the Functional Airspace Block – Baltic FAB. In alliance with most experienced ANSPs we invest in air traffic management technology. Baltic FAB together with NATS, DFS and other European leading ANSPs, migrates the air traffic management system into iTEC.

PANSA also builds and develops tools for efficient management and planning of airspace:

  • CAT that ensures accurate and efficient management of the airspace,
  • PANDORA that supports controllers and other operations personnel with the wide spectrum of a real time aviation data, raising their situational awareness
  • PANSA UTM tool for coordination and integration of unmanned and controlled air traffic.

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is also the only institution in Poland training and employing civil air traffic controllers (so-called ATCOs). We also provide Flight Inspection Services for monitoring the proper operation of ground-based navigation aids from the air. We offer validation of conventional and satellite based flight procedures.

Every day there are almost half a million passengers on board of all planes flying over Poland. In the Air Traffic Management Centre of Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, as well as in 15 airports throughout Poland the air traffic controllers take care of their safe journey.

We are a part of aviation world which grows dynamically, and we grow together with it. Due to specific geographical location of Poland in Europe, PANSA in cooperation with domestic and European institutions will become a bridge between Europe and the East in the services provision. We are a gateway to Europe and gateway to the East.

 

Safety in the air. It is our mission and duty. Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.

 

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Polish Air Navigation Services Agency

Every day Polish Air Navigation Services Agency ensures safety of passengers in more than 2,500 flights over Poland. We have one of the biggest airspace in Europe: over 334,000 km2. Almost 900,000 overflights, approaches, take-offs and landings in 2018 were supervised by more than 570 air traffic controllers employed in Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, as well as almost 240,000 General Aviation flights under watch of the Flight Information Service (FIS).

Our air traffic controllers are supported by advanced technology. Over 200 devices located throughout Poland guaranteeing safety of air traffic within the Polish airspace: air-ground communication systems, RNAV systems, ILS – DME systems supporting smooth and precise landing in low visibility, radars. We are responsible for advanced aviation infrastructure – we build and develop it.

Together with ORO NAVIGACIJA, PANSA joined the Functional Airspace Block – Baltic FAB. In alliance with most experienced ANSPs we invest in air traffic management technology. Baltic FAB together with NATS, DFS and other European leading ANSPs, migrates the air traffic management system into iTEC.

PANSA also builds and develops tools for efficient management and planning of airspace:

  • CAT that ensures accurate and efficient management of the airspace,
  • PANDORA that supports controllers and other operations personnel with the wide spectrum of a real time aviation data, raising their situational awareness
  • PANSA UTM tool for coordination and integration of unmanned and controlled air traffic.

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is also the only institution in Poland training and employing civil air traffic controllers (so-called ATCOs). We also provide Flight Inspection Services for monitoring the proper operation of ground-based navigation aids from the air. We offer validation of conventional and satellite based flight procedures.

Every day there are almost half a million passengers on board of all planes flying over Poland. In the Air Traffic Management Centre of Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, as well as in 15 airports throughout Poland the air traffic controllers take care of their safe journey.

We are a part of aviation world which grows dynamically, and we grow together with it. Due to specific geographical location of Poland in Europe, PANSA in cooperation with domestic and European institutions will become a bridge between Eastern and Western Europe in the services provision.

Safety in the air. It is our mission and duty. Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.

GATEWAY to EUROPE GATEWAY to THE EAST

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, stand no. 239 - AGENDA

day 1 agenda

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

10:00 - 10:30

Presentation on Advanced airspace management - Present and Future - SESAR recent developments by PANSA

10:00 - 10:30 -

PANSA’s experts will discuss procedures and demonstrate technology that supports implementation of the advanced flexible use of airspace in Poland.


PANSA’s experts will discuss procedures and demonstrate technology that supports implementation of the advanced flexible use of airspace in Poland. AFUA applies to both controlled and uncontrolled environment, including Free Route Airspace. And is beneficial for all users.

Next generation developments in the airspace management area aim to integrate and automate ASM/ATFCM processes into one. This is why DAC (Dynamic Airspace Configuration) developed Therefore, the presentation will include demonstration of a system prototype which is a part of SESAR 2020 PJ 08 Solution.

The panel will be moderated by PANSA’s experts, involved in design and development of the ATM implementation programs, including SESAR projects.

 

Visit and meet:
Jacek Wyrwich – Head of Division, PANSA

11:00 - 11:30

Presentation on Data Driven Aerodrome ATM Environment

11:00 - 11:30 -

Airports and aerodromes play a key role in ATC operations.


Airports and aerodromes play a key role in ATC operations. For most travellers they represent the face of air traffic control. It is where everything starts and ends. ATC operations in towers produce and hold a vast amount of flight information to ensure its operations: flight plan information, tactical information is generated including departure routes, gate allocations, taxi routes, estimated start-up time, target take-off time, predicted arrival time and gate, etc. Defining a single and governed tower flight data exchange mechanism is a necessary step but it needs to be supported by an enabling infrastructure able to facilitate the data sharing between stakeholders of various kind.

 

Visit and meet:
Jarosław Niewiński – Head of Innovations, PANSA;
Eric Wernsperger – Product Manager, Frequentis

13:00 - 13:15

Grand opening of PANSA’s booth at World ATM Congress

13:00 - 13:15 -

An official opening ceremony with the presence of distinguished Guests


In 2019 PANSA for the first time in the history of World ATM Congress will become an exhibitor. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for us to welcome many distinguished guests during the grand opening.

During the official ceremony an Acting President of PANSA Janusz Janiszewski will be joined by Henrik Hololei (Director-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission), Mikołaj Wild (Secretary of State, Ministry of Infrastructure, Government Plenipotentiary for the Central Transport Hub) and Marzenna Adamczyk (Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Madrid).

 


13:15 - 14:15

Debate on regions - “What will be the role of the Central & Eastern Europe in the future ATM Network?”

13:15 - 14:15 -

The airspace between the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea is one of the most important gateways of the European continent.


The airspace between the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea is one of the most important gateways of the European continent. This region handles air traffic in the North – South, East – West directions.

The European Union border countries link the EU with the continent of Asia and the region of the Middle East. They handle out-of-area traffic, military traffic from non-EU/NATO countries, including those over Baltic High Seas; they also deal with the high traffic volatility due to greater vulnerability to the external political conflicts.

EUROCONTROL forecasts show that traffic in Central and Eastern part of Europe will grow significantly faster than in other parts of the region. At the same time, high traffic density, distinctive for today’s “core area”, may be spreading in all directions, including the EU bordering countries.

Therefore, the aim of the debate is to focus on the increasing role of the Central and Eastern European countries in the future ATM developments and to discuss how they can contribute to the European network efficiency.

 

Visit and meet:
Mike Shorthose – Senior advisor to HELIOS and Director of Shorthose Consulting Ltd (moderator);
Christine Berg – Head of SES Unit, DG MOVE, European Commission;
Mikołaj Wild – Secretary of State, Ministry of Infrastructure, Government Plenipotentiary for the Central Transport Hub;
Mindaugas Gustys – CEO, Oro Navigacija;
Janusz Janiszewski – Acting President, PANSA;
Fanica Carnu – Director-General, Romatsa;
Diederik Pen – COO, WizzAir;
Giancarlo Buono – Director Safety and Flight Operations for Europe, IATA


15:30 - 16:00

Panel on “Polish experiences and solutions at UAV’s flights (regulations, PANSA UTM, U-space concept)”

15:30 - 16:00 -

The main objective of this panel is to demonstrate the Unmanned Traffic System - PANSA UTM which supports planning and conducting of the UAV flights.


The main objective of this panel is to demonstrate the Unmanned Traffic System – PANSA UTM which supports planning and conducting of the UAV flights. The panel will also present the role of the system in advanced airspace management including Flexible Use of Airspace in the class G, as well as the solutions for the U-space concept development and Central European Drone Demonstrator (CEDD) project. Mr. Janusz Janiszewski (PANSA CEO) and Mr. Piotr Samson (President of the CAA of Poland) will inaugurate the panel during which experts from the Civil Aviation Authority of Poland, Ministry of Infrastructure and PANSA will give presentations on the subject.

 

Visit and meet:
Mateusz Kotliński – Project Manager/ R&D Specialist, PANSA;
Maciej Włodarczyk – UAV Specialist, PANSA;
Małgorzata Darowska – Government Plenipotentiary, Ministry of
Infrastructure;
Piotr Samson – President, CAA of the Republic of Poland

17:00 - 19:30

PANSA Cocktail Reception

17:00 - 19:30 -

An amazing time filled with specialities of Polish cuisine and exquisite entertainment accompanied by live music.


During the unforgettable time filled with exquisite entertainment, you will be able to taste specialities of Polish cuisine and listen to a beautifull live music performed by Kamila, Agnieszka, Aleksandra and Justyna, known as The Obsession Quartet. The group was set up by four female instrumentalists, for whom graduating from the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw was only the beginning of their artistic explorations.

 

day 2 agenda

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

13:00 - 16:00

A6 Steering Board meeting

13:00 - 16:00 -

The A6 Alliance was established in 2011 to coordinate R&D and investment activities of the key ANSPs under the SESAR Programme.

The A6 Alliance was established in 2011 to coordinate R&D and investment activities of the key ANSPs under the SESAR Programme. It is focused on SESAR development and deployment, SESAR deployment execution and key strategic areas of A6 common interest related to transport and aviation legislation.

The group was founded by six ANSP members of the SESAR Joint Undertaking: German DFS, French DSNA, Spanish ENAIRE, Italian ENAV, British NATS and NORACON – a consortium of ANSPS from Austria, Norway, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Sweden and Denmark.

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency became a full member of the A6 Alliance in 2015, together with the international partnership of ANSPs called COOPANS. This year PANSA Representative Mr Maciej Rodak acts as Chairman of the A6 Strategy Board.

14:30 - 14:45

SESAR Walking Tours - Runway safety „Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine"

14:30 - 14:45 -

Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 734139 under European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine. The project validation under the SESAR solution PJ.03b-06 resulted in the development of a feasible solution that supports airports as well as ATS services with reliable information on the Runway Condition Code prediction. The validation conducted in the Gdansk and Warsaw airports had positive results and the evidence is supporting a perspective of the project further development and deployment. The exhibition will demonstrate the tool that supports mitigation of risks of runway excursions (either during take-off or landing) through the implementation of RCAMS Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine – an advanced mathematical model with machine learning elements developed jointly by PANSA & University of Warsaw under the SESAR 2020 PJ.03b-06 project. The exhibition will show how the enhanced awareness of runway conditions (both current and forecasted) are expected to increase airport resilience to weather events along with improvement of safety in aircraft operations.

 

Visit and meet:
Jarosław Niewiński – Head of Innovations, PANSA;
Jacek Kopeć – SESAR 2020 Contribution Manager, ICM

 

 


 

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.

 


15:30 - 15:45

SESAR Walking Tours - Civil Military Collaboration „Local ASM Tool – a part of Dynamic Airspace Configuration process”

15:30 - 15:45 -

Local ASM tool as a part of Dynamic Airspace Configuration (DAC) proces.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 731796 under European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

Local ASM tool as a part of Dynamic Airspace Configuration (DAC) proces. The project consists in the development of DAC tools functionalities in the Common Airspace Tool by PANSA (CAT), including definition and management of DMA type 1 and type 2 at sub-regional and regional levels. The exhibition will present technical feasibility of the DAC tools functionalities developed within the Common Airspace Tool by PANSA. Module of the local ASM supporting system is dedicated to support both pre-tactical and tactical levels of ASM. It supports CDM process between WOC and local DAC (ASM and ATFCM functions) regarding DMA allocation. System collects users requests for DMAs, then based on historical GAT flows and planned ACC sectorisation, helps the user to take the decision regarding the DMAs location to minimize impact on civil traffic and ACC sectors capacity.

 

Visit and meet:
Łukasz Godlewski – Deputy Director of Operational Preparation 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.

17:00 - 18:00

Baltic FAB Cocktail Reception

17:00 - 18:00 -

An evening cocktail reception full of delicious regional food and entertainment accompanied by a smooth pleasant music.


A close cooperation between bordering states of Poland and Lithuania resulted in launching the Baltic FAB initiative. During the Baltic FAB cocktail reception you will be able to spend some pleasant time enjoying delicious regional food and listening to the smooth music.

 

 

Day 3 agenda

Thursday, March 14, 2019

11:00 - 11:15

SESAR Walking Tours - Data communications “Implementation of Data-link Services for the ATM in FIR EPWW”

11:00 - 11:15 -

Implementation of Data-link services for the ATM in Warszawa FIR.

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.

Permanent displays

March 12 – 14, 2019

CAT system - Common Airspace Tool

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CAT is an Airspace Management System developed by PANSA.

In order to support the increasing demand for accurate and efficient management of the common airspace, shared by many different users, at the end of 2018 an upgraded and improved version of CAT tool has been implemented.

CAT provides all necessary information about current and planned airspace structures reservations. It also supports airspace management, both in the Free Route Airspace and the ATS route network. System is widely used by air navigation operations personnel including Airspace Management Cell and by the Polish Air Force.

The system contributes to the Aeronautical Information Management services solution aspects, providing support to an effective air navigation service provision. Crucial for that process is the real-time data flow between all subjects involved, including the collaborative decision-making process between civil and military partners. CAT automatically exchanges airspace data B2B both with Network Manager and other systems. The new version also brought to life a friendly, common web interface, dedicated to every user.

PANSA is working on the next version of the system as well, which will be introduced in the near future as a part of SESAR 2020 solutions. An upgrade will include, among others, the functionalities supporting collaborative decision making process between airspace management and flow and capacity actors, as well as radar data visualization.

 

Visit and meet:
Jacek Wyrwich – Head of Division, PANSA;
Łukasz Godlewski – Deputy Director of Operational Preparation Unit, PANSA;
Maria Rybczyńska – ASM, Member of the group of experts developing CAT, PANSA;
Michał Oleksyn – ASM Expert and Instructor, PANSA;
Arkadiusz Malon – Leading Programmer of CAT, PANSA;
Jarosław Piełunowicz – Head of ATM Operators team – ACC flight data. Member of CAT system development, PANSA;
Piotr Roguski – Software engineer, developing CAT system, PANSA;
Andrzej Goławski – IT engineer, PANSA


PANSA UTM system

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The efficient integration of manned and unmanned air operations will be possible only with the proper traffic management system.

PANSA is understanding and supporting the growing sector of the unmanned air traffic in Poland, by responding to its needs and demands. The safe and efficient integration of drones with general and operational air traffic, as well as other airspace users, is one of the strategic objectives of Agency. Therefore, PANSA creates a friendly environment for UAV sector development. A part of it was enabling the Central-European Drone Demonstrator (CEDD) project, which gives the opportunity to perform controlled testing, in urban area, a new unmanned technologies and services, which would eventually support deployment of the U-space concept In Poland.

The efficient integration, both manned and unmanned air operations will be possible only with the proper traffic management system in place. That led PANSA to design and to develop the Unmanned Traffic Management System, called PANSA UTM. Its implementation in Warsaw FIR will allow the accommodation of all UAVs operations demands for both in Visual and Beyond Visual Line of Sight. PANSA UTM will be very flexible, to easily adapt to all changes appearing along with the drones’ industry evolution, as well as law regulations.

 

Visit and meet:
Mateusz Kotliński – Project Manager/ R&D Specialist, PANSA;
Maciej Włodarczyk – UAV Specialist, PANSA;
Paweł Korzec – DroneRadar CEO, CTO;
Rafał Paprocki – UAV Operations Department, member of groups involved in development of U-space and PANSA UTM, PANSA


Demonstrator of Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine

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RCAMS was developed by PANSA and Warsaw University in the framework of the SESAR 2020 programme.


RCAMS was developed by PANSA and Warsaw University in the framework of the SESAR 2020 programme. It is a support tool that helps airports (and APOCs) as well as ATS services with reliable prediction of the runway condition.

The tool is designed to reduce the risks of runway excursions (either during take-off or landing) and supports the implementation of the new ICAO Global Reporting Format. This tool supports prediction of runway condition up to 1 hour in advance. System offers high quality RWYCC prognosis, and is designed to work on aerodromes with various runway layouts.

The engine use an advanced mathematical model with machine learning elements to increase the awareness of runway condition between manual inspections.

The evidence, supported by extended validations shows that the enhanced awareness of runway conditions (both current and forecasted) is expected to increase airport resilience to weather events along with improvement of safety airport operations. This system offers stable prediction quality and can work with various runways and airport layouts.

Visit and meet:
Jarosław Niewiński – Head of Innovations, PANSA;
Jacek Kopeć – SESAR 2020 Contribution Manager, ICM;
Mateusz Sokołowski – involved in R&D airport projects focused on operational safety and efficiency, PANSA

Aero Club of Poland

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100th anniversary of Aeroklub Polski (Aero Club of Poland)

„(…) Shoot to the skies our emblem! (…)” – this line from „Polish Airmen Anthem” perfectly captures the sense of pride of not only pilots’ achievements but also Polish engineering ideas which gave the foundations for worldwide stunning technical solutions in the field of aviation.

The achievements of Polish pilots in connection with an “engineering mind” of Polish aerospace industry have resulted in global fame and success.

Aeroklub Polski (Aero Club of Poland) is the Polish central association of persons practising air sports or recreational flying.

The first aviation organization of this type was Aero Club of Poland in Poznań, founded on 30th October 1919 and admitted to the FAI in 1920.

Before the World War II, our members took active part in world’s aviation sports. The first major international event was the Challenge 1930, a touring planes contest. Poles enjoyed success in the Challenge 1932 and several times in the Gordon Bennett Cup in ballooning contests. The Aero Club of the Polish Republic organized the Challenge 1934 – international contest and the Gordon Bennett Cup in ballooning in 1934-1936, also successful for the Polish pilots.

Visit and meet:

Jerzy Makula – multi awarded Polish pilot, multiple gold and silver medallist in the FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships, multiple world champion in teams and individual European champion. For many years captain at PLL LOT. Currently the President of the Aeroklub Polski and Polish FAI Aerobatic Commission delegate. Chairman of the CIVA Glider Aerobatics Sub-Committee. A glider aerobatics trainer and an accredited judge in international glider and power aerobatic championships.


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