2016_040_AF3

Upgrade of trajectory management in SACTA-iTEC

Timeline

2014
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2016
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2020
Jan. '18OngoingDec. '21

Implementing Partners

Leader: ENAIRE

Description

SACTA-iTEC is deployed within the interoperability through European Cooperation (iTEC) collaboration framework in order to attain a very high level of interoperability within European systems. This means that, in order to attain a very high level of interoperability and commonality, all iTEC partners, namely five main European Air Navigation Service Providers (NATS (United Kingdom), DFS (Germany), LVNL (Holland), AVINOR (Norway) and ENAIRE (Spain)) are closely working together in the deployment of a common Flight Data Processing (FDP) and Controller Working Position (CWP) system.

This Implementation Project (IP) aims at the deployment of the iTEC version of the SACTA system, that will contribute to the fulfilment of several ATM functionalities linked to the PCP requirements. SACTA-iTEC will be deployed in all 5 Spanish Area Control Centres (ACCs) and all Spanish Terminal Manoeuvring Areas (TMAs). Therefore, it will provide the operational improvements hereinafter described in the whole Spanish airspace.

This Implementation Project covers the integration of iTEC FDP and CWP into SACTA system. The project will end up with a factory Pre-Qualification Test (PQT) of the integration.

This IP is implemented alongside project "Deployment of SACTA-iTEC" (2016_036_AF3). The final products implemented within both projects will merge afterwards by the end of 2021, to produce the final SACTA system version that will be able to fully comply with families 1.1.2, 3.2.1 and 3.2.4. There is no activity nor investment overlap between both projects submitted under the 2016 CEF Transport Call.

Countries involved

Additional Information

  • Project Type: Air Navigation Service Provider
  • CEF Call Year: 2016
  • Civil/Military: Civil
  • Multistakeholder: No
  • Main AF: AF3 - Flexible ASM and Free Route
  • Sub AF: S-AF 3.2 Free Route
  • Progress Percentage: 58%