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SESAR Deployment Manager was set up by the European Commission to synchronise and coordinate the deployment of Air Traffic Management modernisation projects across Europe as part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES).

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TRANSITIONAL REGIME FOR ADS-B AIRBORNE STAKEHOLDERS APPROVED AND IMPLEMENTATION DEADLINE POSTPONED BY 6 MONTHS DUE TO COVID-19


Brussels, Belgium, Thursday 30th April 2020 – Today the European Commission published in the Official Journal of the European Union the long- anticipated amendment of regulations no 1206/2011 (Aircraft ID for surveillance) and 1207/2011 (Surveillance Performance and Interoperability) related to Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B). The new Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/587 can be reached here.

ADS-B makes it possible to periodically broadcast aircraft information, such as identity, speed or position, derived from on-board systems (e.g. determined via satellite), thus enabling the aircraft to be tracked from the ground for surveillance purposes.

The amendment of this regulation is of great importance to airspace users and air navigation service providers alike. It provides a much-appreciated transitional regime for the introduction of ADS-B Out and Mode S EHS functionalities in the airborne domain by establishing several exemption clauses and specifying the method for asserting an exemption in the ATC flight plan. Air navigation service providers will appreciate the changes which greatly simplify the arrangements for sharing of surveillance data between providers.  For a detailed analysis see ads-b-europe.eu.

Furthermore, in recognition of the severity of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry, the European Commission has postponed the due date to equip planes with Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast technology from 7 June to 7 December 2020. (read more here)

About SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects.

A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders.The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014.The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment  Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement.To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.The SDM function is performed by the SESAR Deployment Alliance (SDA). The SDA is a “Not-for-Profit” International Association (AISBL) set-up under Belgian Law and composed of leading airlines, airports and air navigation service providers –the managers and users of Europe’s airspace. They are committed to the principle of the Single European Sky and to deploying the technologies that will deliver it to create customer and environmental efficiencies.

 

SESAR DM’s first 112 completed ATM projects across Europe will save 12 million flight minutes equating to EUR484m savings, and will generate over EUR10 billion performance benefits by 2030. SESAR DM has already overseen the completion of 112 ATM projects across Europe, which are part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES),  launched by the European Commission (EC) in 2004 to modernise Europe’s ATM system. There are 237 other projects in progress that will, once completed, bring additional performance benefits to the European passengers, citizens and economy. (figures June 2019)

 

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TRANSITIONAL REGIME FOR ADS-B AIRBORNE STAKEHOLDERS APPROVED AND IMPLEMENTATION DEADLINE POSTPONED BY 6 MONTHS DUE TO COVID-19

Brussels, Belgium, Thursday 30th April 2020 – Today the European Commission published in the Official Journal of the European Union the long- anticipated amendment of regulations no 1206/2011 (Aircraft ID for surveillance) and 1207/2011 (Surveillance Performance and Interoperability) related to Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B). The new Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/587 can be reached here.

ADS-B makes it possible to periodically broadcast aircraft information, such as identity, speed or position, derived from on-board systems (e.g. determined via satellite), thus enabling the aircraft to be tracked from the ground for surveillance purposes.

The amendment of this regulation is of great importance to airspace users and air navigation service providers alike. It provides a much-appreciated transitional regime for the introduction of ADS-B Out and Mode S EHS functionalities in the airborne domain by establishing several exemption clauses and specifying the method for asserting an exemption in the ATC flight plan. Air navigation service providers will appreciate the changes which greatly simplify the arrangements for sharing of surveillance data between providers.  For a detailed analysis see ads-b-europe.eu.

Furthermore, in recognition of the severity of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry, the European Commission has postponed the due date to equip planes with Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast technology from 7 June to 7 December 2020. (read more here)

About SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects.

A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders.The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014.The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment  Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement.To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.The SDM function is performed by the SESAR Deployment Alliance (SDA). The SDA is a “Not-for-Profit” International Association (AISBL) set-up under Belgian Law and composed of leading airlines, airports and air navigation service providers –the managers and users of Europe’s airspace. They are committed to the principle of the Single European Sky and to deploying the technologies that will deliver it to create customer and environmental efficiencies.

 

SESAR DM’s first 112 completed ATM projects across Europe will save 12 million flight minutes equating to EUR484m savings, and will generate over EUR10 billion performance benefits by 2030. SESAR DM has already overseen the completion of 112 ATM projects across Europe, which are part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES),  launched by the European Commission (EC) in 2004 to modernise Europe’s ATM system. There are 237 other projects in progress that will, once completed, bring additional performance benefits to the European passengers, citizens and economy. (figures June 2019)

 

For more information visit sesardeploymentmanager.eu

 

Let’s deliver together.

Our Vision

The objective of SESAR is to modernise European ATM by defining, developing and delivering new or improved technologies and procedures (SESAR Solutions).

SESAR’s vision builds on the notion of trajectory-based operations’ and relies on the provision of air navigation services (ANS) in support of the execution of the business or mission trajectory — meaning that aircraft can fly their preferred trajectories without being constrained by airspace configurations.

SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects. A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders. The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014. The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement. To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.