Joint actions aimed at making airtraffic management (ATM) safer, more effective and more European are the core priorities of both signatories and will be amplified. These actions include, in particular, studies aimed at including drones in airtraffic
323 challengers from 39 different countries submitted proposals featuring innovative AirTraffic Management (ATM) concepts and technologies, in order to facilitate a transition to an airspace with dense, diverse and autonomous traffic... The submission of three ONERA scientists (Thomas Dubot, Antoine Joulia & Judicaël Bedouet), "Managing the 2035 airtraffic through clustered self-separation out of 4D protection bubbles", was awarded with the of the Sky for All challenge, which increases ONERA's visibility in terms of ATM prospective
As part of the Onera research project to demonstrate the feasibility and acceptability of an innovative and safe concept for the insertion of drones in airtraffic, a measurement campaign has been conducted at the aerodromes at Romarin (Saint Rémy de Provence) and Caume (Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles), using Onera band II and III infra-red cameras
In the case of drones, one of the major problems is their insertion into airtraffic... Two divisions of Thales are working on it jointly, the Aeronautics division (airborne systems) and the Aerial Systems division (airtraffic management), in collaboration with the Onera teams
Flights of drones weighing 15 30 and 100 kilograms on take-off will be used to test the various elements in a real physical environment (sensors, electronic, electrical and IT equipment, motorization, actuators), essential if the drones are going to be included in general airtraffic... Objective: to provide, in four years time, the various bodies responsible for the safety of flights, like Eurocontrol (in charge of airtraffic control) and Easa (the European agency for aerial safety, responsible for aircraft certification), with the elements of proof that are needed
In order to meet the challenges associated with the considerable increase in airtraffic expected in the coming years, or the increasing use of composite materials, ONERA will assist the DGAC through research agreements, deepening knowledge of these various phenomena and modeling them. If you are interested in this research, come and meet our experts!
To check the identity of a person, all that is needed is to ask for his or her ID. And to know which aircraft is due to land soon, the airtraffic controller must make do with... asking the pilot... Like the wolf that covers its paw with flour to pass itself off as the goat in the story of The Wolf and the Seven Kids, a pilot with bad intentions can easily insert his or her plane into airtraffic, by passing it off as another plane