Back to the International Symposium Remote Tower 2018

Publié le 16 octobre 2018
Les 9 et 10 octobre 2018, s'est tenu à l'ENAC l'International Symposium Remote Tower, réunissant les plus grands experts du domaine. Cet événement était destiné à tous les acteurs potentiellement impactés par l'innovation ATM des contrôleurs aériens ou agents AFIS aux techniciens et ingénieurs de maintenance des systèmes en passant par les chercheurs, acteurs de la R&D, de la surveillance et de la sécurité, et bien sûr aux gestionnaires d’aéroports.

Depuis le début de l’aventure en 2006 en Suède, le concept de tour de contrôle déportée a évolué sous différentes formes. Offrant des possibilités d’infrastructures de secours ou permettant de regrouper plusieurs aéroports sur la même position de contrôle, le spectre des activités rendues possibles par le concept est très large. Tout comme il y a eu un avant et un après RADAR, il y a un avant et un après « remote tower » pour les activités ATM.

Le symposium Remote Tower de l’ENAC est une opportunité unique pour apprendre ou mettre à jour son niveau de connaissance sur le sujet. C'est également le moment idéal pour partager les expériences et rencontrer des acteurs déjà impliqués dans cette transformation digitale des tours de contrôle. Enfin, ce sera l’occasion de visiter la plateforme de recherche Remote Tower de l’ENAC.

Presentations

A- The Remote tower long journey and experience 
 
Speaker: Per Ahl (Saab DATS)
Overview: Saab have been one of the Remote TWR pioneers since the start in 2006. The world’s first approved airport was in Sweden, 2015, and now two more is in operation, since then more then 20 000 operational hours have been logged. The presentation will give you an insight of the experiences gained over the years, both on the technical side as well operationally, but as well look into the next generation of Digital TWR services that is around the corner. 

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B- SESAR: Delivering digital remote tower solutions
Speaker: Olivier Mongénie (SESAR)
 
Overview: From the delivery of the first remote tower solution in 2014 to the ongoing research and innovation activities on multiple remote tower, SESAR has been leading remote tower R&D since the Programme’s inception. This presentation will introduce all the SESAR remote tower solutions already delivered and in the pipeline.

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C- Augmenting Tower Control - Research perspectives in Virtual Tower environment 
Speaker: Railane Benhacène  (ENAC R&D lab)
Overview: Controlling an airport via cameras and screen displays is a novel and disruptive concept which is rich of opportunities but also questions and concerns. In any case, there is ample room for research and exploration on the possibilities offered by this new context of operation. ENAC research has chosen to explore this area with the human-factors' perspective, to bring in the experience acquired on human-machine interaction in ATC over the last years. This is the occasion to invent and evaluate new interactions and cognitive mechanisms that can be observed or invented in such a context.  The setting of a research platform on the nearby Muret airfield will also be described and discussed.

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D- Digital Advanced Towers @ DSNA 
 
Speaker: Antoine Martin (DSNA, France)
Overview:  DSNA implements Remote Tower solutions as they can deliver benefits to customers and local stakeholders. This technique addresses a wide range of ATM issues for a great variety of airports. Following Paris-Orly and Miquelon airports, more usages are considered by DSNA for implementation.

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E- Budapest Remote TWR Case Study
 
Speaker: Csba Gergely (HungaroControl)
 
Overview: This is an overview of HungaroControl’s remote TWR project. Demonstrating origins, project flow, major milestones, results. The specialty of our installation is that the location is a dual runway, complex layout airport with two terminals, which differs very much from any other installation of this area.

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F- Building a regulatory framework for ‘remote aerodrome ATS’
 
Speaker: Mattias Abel(EASA)
 
Overview: Presentation of the EASA rulemaking activities related to ‘remote aerodrome ATS’; history/background, scope and objectives, regulatory approach, existing and planned EASA material/provisions, related regulatory/standardisation activities (ICAO & EUROCAE).

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G- Creating a digital tower ecosystem 
 
Speaker: Ginette Bebeung (Searidge)
 
Overview: At some of the world’s busiest airports, a digital revolution is happening.  This digital ecosystem brings together technology, knowledge and experience to create an environment optimized for successful Digital Tower deployments. 

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H- How an authority see the change?
 
Speaker: Romain Buffry (STAC - French Technical Authority)
 Overview: An aviation authority represents passenger’s interests. First, it should request information to be sure that the change is as safe as declared. It should also put the change in a trend with potential benefits and shortcoming in the long term.

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I-  Human dimension in Remote tower
 
Speaker: Rolf Zon (Netherlands Aerospace Centre - NLR) 
Overview: Rolf Zon is a Human Effectiveness specialist at the Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR). The relationship between human operator and his / her working environment has Rolf’s interest for many years. The controller working position in the remote tower is exemplary for a new and complex working environment with many human factors related issues to pay attention to. In his presentation Rolf will discuss some those issues in more detail.

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J- Case study: DFS – How to implement remote virtual tower at complex regional airports
 
Speaker: Peter Gridling (FREQUENTIS) 
Overview: DFS is the first ANSP worldwide to implement remote towers at complex regional airports with a mix of IFR and VFR traffic. Peter will describe the agile implementation process, the steps taken regarding operations, technology and policy.Peter will also present research on multi-remote towers in the context of SESAR.

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