The Air traffic management ( ATM ) sector is subject to many constraints and strong pressure on regulatory, safety, security or environmental issues. In line with the Single European Sky (SES) initiative and SESAR, decisions and choices have to be made with heavy organisational, operational & financial consequences.
In this perspective, Egis Avia offers a comprehensive knowledge and expertise as well as bespoke solutions balancing its clients' expectations and constraints with an aim to take over today and tomorrow's challenges.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, Egis Avia has been developing a solid activity in the Air traffic management (ATM) domain with a position focused on new technologies
as well as the development and deployment of operational ATM solutions
, especially in high-density airspace control zones and mostly at European level.
Today, the ATM market accounts for 57% of our activities
regulatory and organisational issues (Civil Aviation Code, ATM regulation, compliance with ICAO, SES or Eurocontrol standards, support to supervisory authorities and ANSPs)
economic and strategic matters (ATM master plan, air traffic analysis and forecasts, pricing and charging schemes)
sustainable development (ATM sustainable development strategy, environmental impact assessment)
feasability studies (new technologies and new ATM concepts such as FAB, CDM, CEM, ASAS, Data-Link, UAV, 4D trajectories)
systems engineering (systems of systems architecture for ATM and CNS, equipment specification for COM, NAV, SUR)
safety and Human Factors engineering
process engineering (capture of needs, specification, architecture design, integration, validation, deployment)
operations engineering (operations performance assessment, recovery and transition plans, new services and components configuration & deployment, airspace design & modelling, procedure design like RNAV, RNP, APV, PBN and training)
This transfer concerns multi-airport and multi-runway arrival and departure sequencing systems (MAESTRO AMAN DMAN), Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) and airport flight data processing systems (ATALIS), Air-ground datalink and AMHS communications (ProATN, DL-FEP, ATN ES) as well as ATC training simulators (SCANSIM).