Attended

The GSMA Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, incorporating a thought-leadership conference that features prominent executives representing mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners from across the world. The GSA highlighted a number of innovative drone applications that utilise EGNOS and Galileo during the congress.

GAUSS was invited to attend the MWC 2018 by the GSA in order to promote the use of Galileo, GAUSS attendants shared their stand with professionels from other H2020 projects.

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Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2018

26/02/2018 - 01/03/2018

EVADS, as member of the Global UTM Association, attended to the GUTMA annual conference which was held in Madrid the days 5 and 6 of June.

EVADS, in collaboration with ENAIRE (Spanish Air Navigation Service Provider), offered a live demonstration of their UTM concept in controlled airspace and urban environment, which serve as an introduction to the topic of UTM.

06/05/2018-06/06/2018

Use Cases discussed

  • Use Case 0: Set-Up explanation and presentation
  • Use Case 1: e-Registration
  • Use Case 2: Pre-Tactical Airspace Information
  • Use Case 3: Pre-Tactical Geofencing
  • Use Case 4: Tactical Geofencing
  • Use Case 5: ATM/U-Space interoperability. Drone Activity Report
  • Use Case 6: ATM/U-Space interoperability. Drone Traffic Alert!
  • Use Case 7: ATM/U-Space interoperability. Manned Traffic Alert!

The biennial Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) brings together trade visitors and exhibitors from the Aerospace and Defence industries.

FIA takes place in Farnborough, the birthplace of British aviation, in the Hampshire countryside. Its unique setting provides a natural arena to showcase the capabilities of military and commercial aircraft, leading many companies to debut their latest innovations.

Some GAUSS partners attended the event and presented the Project.

16/07/2018-22/07/2018

EASA organised on 9th - 11th July a workshop on standard scenarios, with special concern in 'open' and 'specific' categories, with industry and Member States.
Standard scenarios are meant to simplify the activities required to the UAS operators.

It was an excellent opportunity to discuss a possible methodology for the risk assessment that UAS Operators are required to conduct before carrying out an operation in the ‘specific’ category, as well as to review the process for developing these standard scenarios.

 

Furthermore, GAUSS was presented and relevant information on current regulation initiatives was gathered to be applied during the project execution(especially EASA and SORA).

 

GAUSS (EVADS) attended to:

  • Gather information on current regulation initiatives (especially EASA and SORA).
  • Present the project.

UAS Workshop 2018 on standard scenarios

09/07/2018-11/07/2018

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GAUSS organized

GAUSS UTM Workshop 2018 

18th October 2018

The workshop took place at Cranfield Univeristy (CU) premises and it gathered relevant European actors in the fields of drone air traffic management and regulation, as well as air navigation service providers (ANSPs), the industry and research centres; including representatives from the European GNSS Agency (GSA), the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), EUROCONTROL, European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP), Spanish ANSP (ENAIRE) and civil aviation authorities from Spain (DGAC), France (DGAC) and Greece (ΥΠΑ).

 

GAUSS' UTM ConOps to assess Galileo and EGNOS in real U-Space environments were presented and relevant feedback was gathered.

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In the words of Marta Krywanis-Brzostowska, Project Officer in the GSA, this workshop gave the great opportunity to discuss the EGNSS benefits for drones. As highlighted by participants,  GNSS is essential for safe and reliable navigation of drones. Drones market is booming and future drone-based applications will face more demanding requirements in terms of integrity and accuracy. Here Galileo and EGNOS can contribute answering to those requirements, e.g. SBAS will cover the more demanding requirements in terms of robust navigation, continuity, accuracy and availability; inclusion of Galileo in the multi-constellation concept and integration with other sensors (e.g. inertial, vision) will significantly improve the accuracy, availability, continuity and reliability of positioning/navigation of drones; Galileo authentication can contribute minimizing the risk of threats.

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