PANSA and SESAR are going to change the European sky
Faster, cheaper and safer. Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is taking part in a subsequent round of the current edition of the SESAR 2020 research and development program. The whole of Europe will be able to utilize the outcomes.
Reduction of delays in air traffic, limitation of flight costs, increase of capacity of airports and air space, and reduction of the negative impact of aviation on the environment are the main goals of the II round of innovation and development projects implemented by SESAR Joint Undertaking. Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, along with its partners managing air traffic in Czech Republic, Slovakia and Lithuania (the B4 Consortium), has been a member of the group since the beginning of July 2016.
SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU), bringing together the largest institutions managing air traffic in Europe, together with a consortium of managers of major airports in Europe, manufacturers of automated ground-based systems and airborne equipment, as well as the European Commission and the European Organisation for. Safety of Air Navigation EUROCONTROL, will manage the realization of the second edition of the research and development program under the name of SESAR 2020, forming the technological component of the Single European Sky initiative.
PAŻP, with the support of, among others, Warsaw University of Technology, Rzeszów University of Technology, University of Warsaw in various industrial topics, will be working on projects in all four key areas (Key Features) of the ATM Master Plan, i.e.:
- High Performing Airports,
- Enabling Aviation Infrastructure,,
- Advanced Air Traffic Services,
- Optimised ATM Network Services.
The goal of individual R&D projects, implemented i.a. by PANSA, is the development of innovative and unified infrastructural and systemic solutions for the ATM system in Europe. The projects are to be completed by 2022.