EUROCONTROL - SESAR 2020 PJ.07-W2 Optimised Airspace Users Operations – Technical support to solution 38 validation exercise

- EUROCONTROL

In the frame of the SESAR 2020 Wave 2 program, EUROCONTROL leads the project PJ.07-W2 Optimised Airspace Users Operations.

The PJ.07-W2 Optimised Airspace Users Operations (OAUO) aims at defining and validating improved Airspace Users processes and tools related to their interaction with the ATM Network Operations in SESAR 2020. The current ATM environment based on static flight plans is evolving through SESAR towards Trajectory Based Operations (TBO) in order to improve Airports and ATM Network performance.

The objective of this solution is to reduce the impact of ATM planning on Airspace Users’ costs of operations, by allowing them to better cope with ATM constraints and network opportunities. Among other benefits, enhancing the CDM planning between the providers and the users ensures better adherence to the agreed trajectory during execution, hence better predictability on the traffic demand.

The solution shall improve Airspace Users flight planning and ATM network management through improved participation of the Flight Operations Centre (FOC) into the ATM network collaborative processes in the context of FF-ICE and its potential evolutions.

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Location
EUROCONTROL
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
Tuesday, July 6, 2021 12:00 AM
Language(s) in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up
English
Tender id
21061003
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