Advanced STAMs include a set of automated support tools at the network level which detect hotspots and disseminate the information to flow management positions in the area control centres. The toolset also includes ‘what-if’ functionalities to evaluate what the effect of STAMs will be before effectively applying them. The information takes account of an expanded information set including weather, airport operations, runway occupancy and traffic complexity. The data is shared electronically with the possibility to use business-tobusiness (B2B) system-wide information management (SWIM) in the future. SESAR’s automated STAM tools allow a shared situational awareness of the STAMs applied across the network for flow management staff, and makes all STAM-related data available for detailed post-operational analysis.
SJU references #17/Release 5
- Better use of airspace capacity in terminal and enroute airspace
- Increased cost efficiency
- Improved situational awareness of the European network