The first one of SESAR Walking Tours planed to be held on PANSA stand #239 is focused on the Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine – a very helpful tool of PANSA and ICM, aiming to improve the runway safety. This tour will start today at 14:30.
The Runway Condition Code Prediction Engine project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 734139 under European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
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.