Trajectory-based operations: The linchpin for sustainable atm


Thursday 9 March

12:30, 60 minutes


SESAR Showcase Theatre

Session Overview

Trajectory-based operations (TBO) is the cornerstone of the SESAR vision to optimise the capacity of Europe’s skies, while enabling greener and more predictable air travel. Progress is being made on some key capabilities and solutions that make TBO possible, such as the interoperability between ground systems, and the downlinking of aircraft trajectories into ground systems. The session and accompanying tour will showcase these solutions and hear from manufacturers and air navigation service providers on how they are making these TBO enablers operational.

How to better predict flight trajectories
Didier Velay, DSNA

Pushing the SESAR TBO envelope in flight execution!

Insight into an operational validation in the frame of 4DSkyway project for advanced conflict detection and resolution concepts
Antonio Strano, Leonardo

SESAR R&D activities addressing the network view of TBO and flight & flow information for a collaborative environment
Gérard Mavoian, EUROCONTROL

ATM modernisation through CP1 deployment -  an enabler for TBO
Magnus Molbaek, SESAR Deployment Manager

Moderated by Nil Agacdiken, SESAR 3 JU

Followed by a walking tour at 13:30

Tactical & planning separation management to enhance conflict detection & resolution and decision making by air traffic controller in en-route airspace
Pascal Rohault and Nicolas Martin, Thales
Thales #G11

Improved trajectory predictions based on ADS-C EPP messages and improvements to tactical conflict detection & resolution
Manuel Martinez Lopez, INDRA and Urszula Kasperska, PANSA
Indra #D7

Advanced conflict detection and resolution tools.
Luna Babusci, ENAV

Improving flight efficiency and sector capacity by early resolution of conflicts
Mihail Genchev and Murat Metincan, EUROCONTROL
(Europe for Aviation) #H22

This tour will be guided by Olivia Nunez, SESAR 3 JU

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