U-space and SESAR research presented at Drone Enable conference

Nov. 25, 2019

The SESAR Joint Undertaking as well as partners from several U-space research and demonstration projects presented progress on the safe and secure integration of drones in Europe’s airspace during the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Third DRONE ENABLE Symposium on 12-14 November 2019 in Montréal, Canada.

The symposium brought together key stakeholders from government, industry, academia, and international organizations active in the unmanned aviation sector to exchange research, best practices, lessons learned and respective challenges. Attention will be given to complex issues related to the introduction of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and UAS traffic management (UTM). The symposium also discussed how UTM principles could be applied to the management of high-level airspace above current commercial flight trajectories?

Presentations

Florian Guillermet, SESAR JU - PDF or video (@4.30 mins)

Robin Garrity, SESAR JU - PDF and video (@1h04 mins)

Cristiano Baldoni, ENAV, and, Fabrizio D'Urso, ENAC (DIODE project) - PDF and video (@36.17 mns)

Daniel Garcia-Monteavaro Vizcaino, ENAIRE (SAFEDRONE)- PDF and video (@60 mins)

Andrew Hately, Eurocontrol (CORUS) - PDF and video (@4.30 mins)

Thomas Lutz, Frequentis and Maria Tamm, EANS (GOF) - video (@47 mins)

Marta Sánchez Cidoncha, Enaire (TERRA) - PDF and Video