|10:00||Welcome and objectives||Philippe Merlo, Director European Civil-Military Aviation, EUROCONTROL|
|10:05||Network benefits of harmonised deployment||Paul Bosman, Head of Infrastructure Division, Network Management Directorate, EUROCONTROL|
|10:20||Use of standards in support of regulation||DG MOVE, European Commission|
|10:35||Evolution of European standardisation framework||DG GROW, European Commission|
|10:50||Coordinating standardisation efforts and identification of standardisation needs||Pascal Medal, EASA|
|11:15||Importance of standards in achieving harmonised deployment||Peter Green, Head of Standardisation, EUROCONTROL|
|11:30||Military approach to distributed architectures||European Defence Agency (EDA) / EUROCONTROL|
|11:50||Deploying the future architecture – role of enterprise architecture in defining deployment needs||Wim Post, Head of Master Plan and Architecture, EUROCONTROL|
|13:15||The changing role of standards: from technical to performance||Standardisation Team, EUROCONTROL|
Discussion on the role of standards in the future architecture
|Moderator: Paul Ravenhill, Think Research
|15:00||The changing role of standards: enabling deployment during the transition||Standardisation Team, EUROCONTROL|
Discussion on the role of supporting the transition
|16:15||Wrap-up and conclusions||Standardisation Team, EUROCONTROL|
EUROCONTROL, in partnership with the European Commission and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), is organising a high-level technical workshop exploring the role of standards in the evolving European airspace.
The workshop addresses standardisation experts from State authorities, air navigation service providers, airports, airlines, industry, manufacturers, aviation associations and the military as key partners in Europe’s shared airspace.
The focus will be on how standards need to adapt to support the transition to the distributed architecture proposed by the Airspace Architecture Study (AAS), including the:
- conditions for a regulatory framework for deployment;
- role of standards in facilitating the AAS (what needs to be standardised and what can be re-used);
- support of standards in the transition from today’s system to the future architecture.
European airspace is changing in order to handle more flights more efficiently. The AAS is the roadmap to show us the way forward. It is the vision of a new, distributed architecture for the provision of seamless, flexible and scalable services. European airspace will be managed as a single continuum by a virtual and collective system, involving both civil and military airspace users.
In order to achieve the goal, we need new technology, new approaches to service delivery and new forms of service provision. How do we ensure that all these different parties will operate systems which talk to one another and work together to realise the vision?
Regulation and standards form the framework for the new system. They are the key enablers and promoters of change and must also adapt to change. We need new ways of thinking about standards, with a strong focus on interoperability and open architectures.
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