ATM Network 2.0 Amsterdam


Feb. '17OngoingDec. '21

Implementing Partners

Leader: LVNL


The Implementation Project (IP) concerns the deployment of Family 5.2.1 – Stakeholders Internet Protocol Compliance as laid down by the SESAR Deployment Manager within the Deployment Programme 2016 based on implementing the Pilot- Common-Project Regulation EU No. 716/2014 at Amsterdam ACC and Amsterdam Schiphol TMA. This IP will consolidate all common network functions (now mostly embedded in the legacy ATM solution itself) into a central service. This network is reliable and safe, redundancy techniques support all network layers and it supports a geo-redundant or segmented data centre.

This IP supports future SWIM (System Wide Information Management) information exchanges through SWIM Yellow and Blue profiles based on Internet Protocol. It is:

Future Proofed (ready for geo-redundant operation, scalable);
Reliable & Safe (a service that is able to provide a Service Level Agreement (SLA) to its customers and is secure by design);
Not complex and based on best practices where possible (using COT (Commercial off-the-shelf) products and open (IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standards such as Open Stack, MPLS and IPv6);
Easy to maintain (backed by vendor maintenance contracts, consolidated and rationalised);
With a positive impact on organisation (less silo’s, centralised network maintenance, more in control);
Cost efficient.

Countries involved

Additional Information

  • Project Type: Air Navigation Service Provider
  • CEF Call Year: 2016
  • Civil/Military: Civil
  • Multistakeholder: No
  • Main AF: AF5 - Initial System Wide Information Management
  • Sub AF: S-AF 5.2 - SWIM Technical Infrastructure and Profiles
  • Progress Percentage: 88%