ENAV at the World ATM Congress

8-10 March 2016, Madrid

- Rome, Italy.

ENAV has the pleasure of inviting you to its Stand #927, at the World Air Traffic Management Conference & Exhibition, held at IFEMA Hall 9, from 8 to 10 March 2016

ENAV will perform the next generation of ATC systems -
Coflight and 4-Flight - by live sessions - targeting the Interoperability (IOP) concept and the new Controller Working Position operations. IOP is a key enabler of the SESAR concept of operations and based on the “Flight Object” structure. Coflight, the new generation of Flight Data Processing System, is implementing the IOP concept according to Common Project (PCP) regulation. The 4-Flight Programme has the objective to design, develop and put in operation the next generation of En-Route and Approach Air Traffic Management System for the Italian airspace. The live sessions at the Stand are running on a virtualized infrastructure that hosts three Coflight instances, two for the Coflight IOP and one for the 4-Flight CWP demonstration. Coflight IOP demos are planned at 11:00 and 15:00 and the 4-Flight demo is launched at 12:30 at the ENAV stand. They are lasting about 1-hour with an accompanying presentation, a live-demo and a de-briefing session.


9 March 2016, Delegate Theatre, Hall 9


9.15 - 10.30 “Session Three: Creating Space for New Users”
Iacopo Prissinotti, Head of International Strategies, ENAV
Info : Drones, remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), balloons, and commercial space vehicles are some of the multiple new users that are creating additional challenges to airspace management – from below, within, above, passing through and even undeliberate re-entries. They cannot be ignored or banned so the ATM industry needs to understand the unique opportunities and challenges that these users of rapidly developing new technology will bring. The opportunities and challenges will be in both currently controlled airspace and from many small vehicles in Class G uncontrolled airspace. What are the inevitable new requirements and new approaches/technologies from these new uses of airspace? How are we going to embrace change yet bring order into what might otherwise be chaos? How will current responsibilities and processes have to change? What should be the respective roles of regulators and airspace management?


9 March 2016
Honeywell Tower Theatre, North Conference Centre, 1st Floor, room N106


10:30-11:00 “The evolution of ATM systems to support
Pilot Common Project (PCP) ATM functionalities”
Vincenzo Smorto, Head of Technical Area
14:00-15:00 “Moving ATM to the Information age:
from legacy to Virtual Centers and beyond"
Luigi Mazzucchelli, Head of ATM Systems Platforms, ENAV


9 March 2016
ATM Theatre, Hall 9

10:30-11:30 “Remote Tower Passport: Visit Remote
Tower Projects from around the World”
Daniele Teotino, Head of SESAR JU Activity Coordination



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