This deliverable will describe proposed flight support services reflecting GA/R needs and benefiting from low cost datalink technologies explored in this Work Package.
Report providing definition of methods and algorithms for joint network-based and GNSS-based positioning and tracking of aircraft, including solutions to detect and indicate error conditions. The performance of positioning solutions is tested and evaluated in conceptual level at least in terms of positioning accuracy, reliability, latency, availability, integrity, computational power, scalability, and consistency.
Proof-of-concept level documentation of testing results regarding the developed navigation solutions in context of the use case scenarios defined in ConOps.
This deliverable will present the main findings in Task 3.1, together with recommendations and requirements definitions for the low cost data-links in aviation.
Report describing initial project’s assumptions and expectations about the roles of individual explored technologies, how they answer the needs of GA/R users and envisioned benefits for the GA/R operations.
Report describing demonstration plan for the final project demo – scope, scenarios, objectives, metrics, etc.
Report describing proposed approaches how to certify GA/R avionics systems benefiting from technological and operational differences with respect to the commercial aviation.
Report documenting the results from the final project demo.
Final Project Results Report
Report describing results of the evaluation of low cost ADS-B transceiver performance. It will cover a summary of the evaluation plan, results of the evaluation as well as list of identified open points and potential technological gaps.
Report describing the different receiver architectures to apply INS/GNSS Fusion. Evaluation of the INS/GNSS Fusion performances depending on the receiver architecture in an appropriate channel condition as elaborated in previous task and deliverables.
Report describing both air-to-ground and ground-to-air radio propagation channels, and algorithms for generating radio channel simulations. Description of algorithms for the most potential network-based positioning technologies, and additionally, methods to estimate the reliability and consistency of positioning estimates.
Report describing the example applications of the proposed certification approach to the case of low cost ADS-B.
This deliverable will summarize the implemented algorithms, with results and detailed description of the algorithmic implementation.
Report describing refined Concept of Operations based on the initial research work on individual technologies and the feedback from project’s stakeholders. This document will be an important input for transition into Industrial Research.
Report defining the methods and algorithms for precise positioning considering GNSS-based navigation assisted by cellular signals. Evaluation of the results for enhancing integrity and reliability of navigation/localisation applications by this combination. In this context, also the performance of the proposed solution for the integrity and anti-spoofing concept is evaluated.
Report documenting the technical concept of low-cost ADS-B and obstacle detection for rotorcrafts describing both technical and certification aspects, and identifying the key research questions/hypothesis to be answered/validated.
Report describing results of the performance evaluation concerning obstacles detection for rotorcraft. It will consist of a feasibility study referring to requirements of the Concept of Operations (WP2) complemented with recommendations for future work to address any potential identified gaps.
This deliverable will summarize the findings regarding mmWave, with results and detailed description of the algorithmic implementation.
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Author(s): Wenbo Wang, Jukka Talvitie, Eva Josth Adamova, Thilo Fath, Lubos Korenciak, Mikko Valkama, Elena Simona Lohan
Published in: IEEE Wireless Communications, Issue 26/6, 2019, Page(s) 164-171, ISSN 1536-1284