ENAV

AcronymDefinition
ENAVEnte Nazionale Di Assistenza Al Volo (Italian Company for Air Navigation Services)
ENAVElectronic Navigation
ENAVEnterprise Navigator
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Estas, en las siguientes decadas, acapararon la actividad de las ciencias naturales como parte del proceso de "profesionalizacion de las ciencias, en el que la colaboracion de los amateurs y sus lugares se iban reemplazando por los expertos de la ciencia" urbana, como sucedio paulatinamente despues de la fundacion de la ENAV (Azuela 2014, 20).
En outre, de concert avec les six plus importants autres fournisseurs de services europeens, ENAV est un partenaire de l'ESSP, le fournisseur europeen de services par satellite, societe a laquelle la Commission europeenne a confie la gestion de l'EGNOS jusqu'a 2021.
The ENAV award is valued at approximately [euro]9 M and involves AMS in the provision of two A-SMGCS architectures for use at Turin-Casella and Venice-Tessera (both in Italy) airports.
It has also been accredited by Italy's regulatory body ENAC and is now used extensively by Italy's ENAV to prepare controllers for ICAO level 4 English certification with more than 350 seats deployed at ATC facilities throughout the country.
In partnership with leading ANSPs from around the world, NAV CANADA, ENAV, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) and Naviair, as well as Iridium Communications, Aireon is developing an operational, global, space-based air traffic surveillance system expected to be available by 2018.
The Italian civil aviation authority ENAV and its Techno Sky air traffic control company have signed an agreement with Libyan civil aviation authority LC to support improvements in Libyan air navigation.
1 billion contributed in thirds by the EU, Eurocontrol and undertakings in the aviation field, including air navigation service providers: DSNA (France), DFS (Germany), ENAV (Italy), NORACON (Northern Europe and Austria), AENA (Spain) and NATS (En Route) Limited (United Kingdom); manufacturers of airborne equipment: Thales and the American firm Honeywell; ground and aerospace manufacturing industry: Frequentis, Indra, Natmig, SELEX Sistemi Integrati, Thales; aircraft manufacturers: Airbus and Alenia Aeronautica; and airports: SEAC (a consortium of six airport operators: ADP, BAA, Fraport, Munich, Schipol & Unique), AENA and NORACON.
In partnership with ANSPs from around the world, NAV CANADA, ENAV, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) and Naviair, as well as Iridium Communications, Aireon is developing an operational, global, space-based air traffic surveillance system expected to be available by 2018.
The SESAR validation of 'Follow the Greens' was planned and conducted by SEAC, Italy's ENAV and Germany's DFS with DLR, the German Aeronautic and Space Research Center.
The Libyan Civil Aviation Authority seems to have turned to Italy for relaunching its activity, with ENAV, the Italian company for air navigation services, together with its subsidiary Techno Sky, having been awarded two tenders by the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority (LC).
In 2001, several European air navigation service suppliers - AENA (Spain), DFS (Germany), DSNA (France), ENAV (Italy), NATS (UK), NAV (Portugal) and SKYGUIDE (Switzerland) - teamed up to create a European economic interest grouping named ESSP (European Satellite Services Provider).
Another 25 flights were canceled at Rome's Fiumicino and Ciampino airports because air traffic controllers struck for four hours over a contract dispute, air traffic control company ENAV said in a statement.