ANSP DFS recently published an extensive German article about Multiple Remote Tower developments. It describes in detail current developments and prototypes within SESAR as well as different approaches pursued by SESAR partners. Read the full article here.
Royal NLR carried out experiments in April 2021 for Attention Capturing and Attention Guidance with Augmented Reality technology on the high-fidelity real-time air traffic control simulation and validation platform NARSIM. The experiments were carried out as part of Solution 97: … Continued
27 May 2021, 10.00-12.00 (CEST), online Solution PJ.05-W2-97.1 aims to support the air traffic controllers by means of applications for the virtual or augmented reality in ATC tower environment. The technology involves the use of tracking labels, air gestures and … Continued
Last week Royal NLR carried out several experiments on their high-fidelity real-time air traffic control simulation and validation platform, NARSIM. These experiments are part of the Digital Technologies for Tower (SESAR 2020 PJ05-W2 DTT) project. One of its sub-projects is … Continued
Remote Tower experts of Frequentis and DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH talked to International Airport Review about the rise of Multi-Remote Towers. Find the interview about latest validation results gained by the “PJ05 – Remote Tower” project at simulator platforms at … Continued
On 11 May 2021, 14:30 – 16:00, a SESAR webinar aims to give the state-of-play of SESAR JU research and development in the area of Automated Speech Recognition (ASR). Nowadays, instructions from air traffic control (ATC) to pilots are usually … Continued
How can you make running smaller airports more cost efficient? One smart way is through the implementation of the SESAR Multiple Remote Tower solutions. Have a look how it works and see the new animated explainer video, produced by DLR!
The European Commission and EU Publications Office have published a brief PJ05 Remote Tower article on their CORDIS platform, which showcases some of the work in the project. Read the article under https://cordis.europa.eu/article/id/415953-remote-airport-tower-concept-proven-and-ready-for-deployment.
DLR has published an online article about its work together with the Osnabrück University and RWTH Aachen University to develop a concept for cost-effective remote monitoring of small airports. The arctile can be found on the DLR website.
On 25 February 2020 distinguished guests from several German Airports, ATCOs, AFISOs, the regional airport association IDRF, the Deutsche Wetterdienst DWD, CNS and weather industry and the German regulatory bodies met in Braunschweig to discuss the potentials of low cost remote tower … Continued