From 10 Jul 2013 10:00 to 16:00 - Brussels, Belgium
A Centralised Service is an ANS support service or ATM function exercised at central European/network level and bringing significant benefits in cost-effectiveness and harmonisation. Centralised Services will contribute significantly to the performance targets of the Member States while supporting the implementation of SESAR developments on a central basis.
17 Apr 2013
From 1 to 11 October 2013, our training institute in Luxembourg will run the Radar Sensor Technology course for the last time. If you wish to acquire a good understanding of the basics of radar, ADS-B and multilateration, this is your last opportunity to do so through a comprehensive two-week course. There are still some places left! Contact email@example.com to enroll.
15 Mar 2013
On 12 March 2013, ACSS received the Excellence Award at ATC Global in Amsterdam for the “Industry Partnership of the Year” category. This award was for the collaboration between ACSS, US Airways, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and EUROCONTROL on NextGen/ADS-B avionics.
International Symposium on Enhanced Solutions for Aircraft and Vehicle Surveillance Applications - ESAVS 2013
From 19 Mar 2013 to 21 Mar 2013 - Berlin, Germany
On Wednesday 20 March 2013, during the conference opening, Pierre Andribet, SESAR Contribution Manager at EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre (EEC), is participating as keynote speaker, presenting the Value of Surveillance Services and its Place in the SESAR Operational Concepts. Expectations from a Governing Layer Perspective.
23 Jan 2013 - Brochure - Download (application/pdf 423.39kb)
The EUROCONTROL CASCADE Programme (part of the Directorate Network Management), co-ordinates the deployment of initial ADS-B applications and WAM in Europe. The Programme covers both ground Surveillance (i.e. ADS-B Out and WAM) as well as airborne surveillance applications (i.e. ADS-B In/ATSAW). It works actively to ensure global interoperability.
25 Apr 2012
From 17:00 UTC on Wednesday 25 April 2012, Mode S implementation in Europe will move to the next stage by extending
the number of flights using downlinked aircraft identification so that air traffic controllers can identify them.
08 Feb 2012
The EUROCONTROL CASCADE Programme (part of the Directorate Network Management), co-ordinates the deployment of initial ADS-B applications and WAM in Europe. The Programme covers both ground Surveillance (i.e. “ADS-B out” and WAM) as well as airborne Surveillance applications (i.e. “ADS-B in”/ATSAW).
08 Feb 2012
Brussels, Belgium – A breakthrough point has been reached in civil aviation with the operational deployment of surveillance capability in the cockpit, using ADS-B (automatic dependent surveillance broadcast).