Air Traffic Management
From Concepts to working solutions
Customers & Partners
Customers & Partners
Customer: Boeing BR&T ATM
Definition and Development of Tailored Arrivals Development (TAD) tools suite:
Trajectory Predictor (TP) (2010-2014)
Clearance Generator (CG: Trajectory Management Solution Generator) (2013)
Conflict Detection (CD) function for arrival phase (2014)
Definition of (technical) ATM concept improvements for increased success rate of Tailored Arrival operations at San Francisco international airport for
Cost Benefit Analysis for Speed and Route Advisor (SARA) implementation at Toronto International Airport for
Fuel efficiency analysis of an aircraft operating using the FMS RTA capability in metering context (2011-2012).
Analysis of downlinked aircraft parameters for
Customer: ATC The Netherlands
Trajectory Predictor (TP) architecture study for introduction of external AMAN System (2010).
Identification of requirements for future AMAN versions compatible with the ATM Strategy (2011).
Definition and Development of TP parameter generation environment based on surveillance data (2012).
HMI requirements definition for iCAS automation system serving APP & ACC in AMS-FIR (2012).
Definition of requirements for TP supporting new AMAN and Speed and Route Advisor (SARA) tool (2012-2013).
ATC The Netherlands: Definition of requirements for new Arrival Manager (AMAN or Scheduler) (2012-2013).
Validation of TP used in new AMAN System (ASAP) for Amsterdam Schiphol airport (2014).
Analysis of Go-Around detection performance tool GARDS, for Schiphol Tower (2014).
Validation of ASAP AMAN functionality to be introduced in 2018 at Schiphol airport (2015-2017).
Analysis and definition of HMI functional system architecture requirements for replacement of ATC The Netherlands Approach and Area Control automation system (2013-2015).
These projects were executed on behalf of ATC The Netherlands, funded by
KDC Mainport Schiphol
Customer: KDC Mainport Schiphol
Study for possibilities for use of Aircraft Datalink below FL245 in Amsterdam-FIR, in collaboration with
Study into the possibilities of the Inbound Priority Sequencing: Airline Priorities, in collaboration with