SESARSingle European Sky ATM Research (European air traffic management system)
SESARSystem for Earth Sample Registration
SESARSolid Earth Sample Registry
SESARSuspected Expected Serious Adverse Reaction
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Helsinki/FINLAND -- On 29 August, the last SESAR JU Gulf of Finland (GOF) U-space demonstration took place in Helsinki, Finland, showing how integrated Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems enable urban air mobility: Volocopter performed a successful piloted air taxi flight at the Helsinki International Airport, fully integrated into both the ATM and UTM system, demonstrating how they can act in combination to enable a safe and efficient air taxi operation in urban environments, including airports.
Use this chance to discuss the SESAR programme at SMi's 15th annual conference on Unmanned Aerial Systems taking place 19th - 20th November in London, UK.
The European Commission's Single European Sky initiative, of which SESAR deployment is an important pillar, is tasked to improve efficiency, lower delays and raise environmental performance.
It is being developed in coordination with a dedicated project in the frame of the SESAR programme, P15.02.05 (also named "Iris Precursor") that results in pre-operational flight trials during 2016.
This translates into $20 billion additional value for NextGen, $51 billion additional value for SESAR and $29 billion additional value for the rest of the world.
A seminar on "Single European Air Space" and within the frame of SESAR began in north-western province of Istanbul on Wednesday.
AIRE is the green component of the European SESAR programme.
This was signalled by the formal delivery by SESAR, the Single Sky technical implementation consortium, of its master plan and work programme for the next five years.
In 2004 the European Commission legislated for a "Single European Sky" (SES) and the SES ATM Research (Sesar)consortium was formed, charged with producing a European ATC infrastructure modernisation programme to cope with air traffic requirements up to and beyond 2020.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 3, 2013-Frankfurt Airport puts SESAR prototype CAT III GBAS in service(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS