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Generic Approach for ATM Systems

Objective

The objectives of the GAAS study is to define an open ATM system architecture based on a generic kernel. Thanks to the Client-Server model, the main advantage of such a study will be to federate the other ATM projects providing them interface standards. This Research and Development project focus on the application of the most promising state of the art technologies issued from research laboratories and universities to the Air Traffic Management system which is known to be highly complex.

It is based on the three following phases:

PHASE I: Definition of the system architecture based on a requirement analysis and an assessment of available candidate technologies.
PHASE II: Prototyping of the system, architecture of which is defined in phase I, in order to demonstrate the technical feasibility and to assess the technical and methodological choices, while refining the latter.
PHASE III: Validation of the system using the prototype developed in phase II, based on the validation of the technological and methodological orientations and the demonstration of the advantages of the proposed system.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

Thomson-CSF
Address
7,Rue Des Mathurins
92223 Bagneux
France

Participants (7)

Aérospatiale Société Nationale Industrielle SA
France
Address
316 Route De Bayonne
31060 Toulouse
Daimler-Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH
Germany
Address
Kreetslag 10
21129 Hamburg
Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España
Spain
Address
4,C/. Edison
28006 Madrid
Sextant Avionique SA
France
Address
Aérodrome De Villacoublay
78141 Vélizy-villacoublay
Siemens Plessey Electronic Systems Ltd
United Kingdom
Address
Oakcroft Road
KT9 1QZ Chessington
Société Française d'Etudes et Réalisations d'Equipements Aéronautiques
France
Address
3 Carrefour De Weiden
92441 Issy-les-moulineaux
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI ROMA TOR VERGATA
Italy
Address
Via Di Tor Vergata 110
00133 Roma