SESAR INNOVATION DAYS 2018

SESAR Innovation Days 2018 will be hosted by the University of Salzburg, Aerospace Research during the week of 3-7 December

Now in its eighth year, the SIDs have become a landmark event in the European aviation research calendar. The SIDs focus on exploratory research in the field of ATM. The event is not only a vehicle for the SESAR JU to share progress and disseminate results of its exploratory research programme but also for the wider research community to present their work.

As in previous years, the 2018 event will be shaped by scientific papers and presentations, which will be selected based on an open call for contributions, managed by the SESAR Engage network. The event will also feature a poster exhibition and a networking event, which will provide participants opportunities to learn about other interesting projects and to meet like-minded researchers.

Call for contributions:
https://www.sesarju.eu/sites/default/files/documents/sid/2018/SIDs%20call%20final1.pdf

More informations see:
https://www.sesarju.eu/sesarinnovationdays

2nd International Workshop on Meteorology and Air Traffic Management

The 2nd International Workshop on Meteorology and Air Traffic Management from May 3 – 4 2018 (Edmundsburg Mönchsberg 2, 5020 Salzburg, Austria) is hosted and organized by the Aerospace Reserch Group of the University of Salzburg in close cooperation with the partners of the TBO-MET project.

Detailed information, programme and registration:
https://www.university-salzburg.workshop.atmwx.com/

2017 World ATM Congress

Aerospace Research Salzburg joined the international air traffic management community at the World ATM Congress, which took place on 7 – 9 March 2017, in Madrid.

At the congress, we were be present with a stand – featuring exhibits and demos on a variety of topics.

Attendees: Hon.-Prof. Carl-Herbert Rokitansky, Dipl.-Ing. Kurt Eschbacher
For more information see: https://www.worldatmcongress.org/

First Austrian Aviaton Day 5th & 6th of March, 2015

This expert conference was held in Salzburg in the Casern of Schwarzenberg on march 5 and 6, 2015.

The symposium was launched by cooperation of Austrian Chamber of Commerce Trade and Idustry, Ministry of Tranportation, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT), AICAT (ARGE Consortium Industrial Cooperation and Aviation Technology) and Chamber of Commerce of Salzburg, as well as by numerous famous aviation organisations and companies engaged in aviation technologies.
Within this event a great number of lectures, pulse presentations and discussions were held. The main topic was ‘ Safety in Air Traffic’.

Representatives of ACG (Austrocontrol), Ministry of Defence and Sports, Frequentis AG, AAI (Austrian Aeronautics Industry Group), SCE Systemengineering, AMST Systemtechnik, ÖBH (Austrian Federal Armed Forces) and a large number of experts were invited to attract a great number of participants.

The main subjects of the Congress:

  • SESAR Single European Sky
  • Air Traffic Management Research European Framework – Technology and Security.

  • Unmanned Aviation
  • Current Status in Austria/International, Liability and crisis management, formalities of the future.

  • Simulation
  • State of the art in research and technology.

  • Simulation – practical application
  • Demonstration of Flight Simulators at Aviation Competence Center of Universität Salzburg guided by Prof. Carl-Herbert Rokitansky.

33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conference

33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conference

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the 33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conference from October 5th to 9th 2014 in Colorado Springs, USA. They presented their research in new publications:

  • T. Gräupl, E. Pschernig, C.-H. Rokitansky, R. Marschallinger, and F. Zobl, “Development of Simulation-Supported Long Range B-VLOS RPAS Mission Planning for Remote Sensing in Alpine Disaster Operations Management,” in Proc. 33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conf., Colorado Springs, CO, 2014.
  • T. Gräupl, M. Mayr, and O. Lücke, “Selected Results for IPv6 Based SWIM, CPDLC And VoIP in the SANDRA Flight Trial Campaign,” in Proc. 33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conf., Colorado Springs, CO, 2014.

Selected Results for IPv6 Based SWIM, CPDLC And VoIP in the SANDRA Flight Trial Campaign. Video: Thomas Gräupl.

AGIT 2014 – Geospatial Innovation for Society

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the AGIT 2014 from July 2nd to July 4th 2014 in Salzburg, Austria. They presented their research in new publications:

  • F. Zobl, R. Marschallinger, T. Gräupl, E. Pschernig, and C.-H. Rokitansky, „Simulationsgestützte Missionsplanung für B-VLOS RPAS im überregionalen Katastrophenhilfeeinsatz,“ in Proc. Symp. Angewandte Geoinformatik, Salzburg, Austria, 2014.


Simulationsgestützte Missionsplanung für B-VLOS RPAS im überregionalen Katastrophenhilfeeinsatz. Video: Thomas Gräupl.

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 from April 27th to May 2nd 2014 in Vienna, Austria. They presented their research in new publications:

  • T. Gräupl, E. Pschernig, C.-H. Rokitansky, S. Oleire-Oltmanns, and F. Zobl, “Rapid large- and site scale RPAS mission planning for remote sensing of rock falls and landslides in alpine areas,” in Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16, EGU2014-10986, Vienna, Austria, 2014.


Rapid large- and site scale RPAS mission planning for remote sensing of rock falls and landslides in alpine areas. Video: Thomas Gräupl.

2013 Air Transportation System Conferences

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the 2013 Air Transportation System Conferences from July 8th to 10th 2013 in Toulouse, France. They presented their research in new publications:

  • T. Gräupl, Carl-Herbert Rokitansky, Theodor Zeh, and Amela Karahasanović, “Modeling and Evaluating ATM Procedures in Human-in-the-Loop Simulations on the Example of the Hamburg Airport Operations”, in Proc. Air Transportation System Conf., Toulouse, France, 2013.

13th Integrated Communications Navigations and Surveillance Conference (ICNS)

icns13

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the 13th Integrated Communications Navigations and Surveillance Conference (ICNS) from April, 23rd to 25th2013 in Herndon, Virginia, USA. They presented their research in new publications:

  • T. Gräupl, and M. Ehammer, “Simulation Results and Final Recommendations of the SANDRA Concept for Integrated IP-Based Aeronautical Networking,” in Proc. ICNS’13, 2013.

12th Integrated Communications Navigations and Surveillance Conference (ICNS)

Leading NextGen 

Researchers of the University of Salzburg participated in the 12th Integrated Communications Navigations and Surveillance Conference (ICNS) from April, 23rd to 26th 2012 in Herndon, Virginia, USA. They presented their research in several new publications:

  • M. Ehammer, “Running IPv6 over aeronautical data links”, in Proc. ICNS’12, 2012.
  • T. Gräupl and B. Jandl, “Simple and Efficient Integration of Aeronautical Support Tools for Human-In-The-Loop Evaluations”, in Proc. ICNS’12, 2012.
  • B. Jandl and T. Gräupl, “A Comparison of Noise Abatement Procedures Using Radar Data and Simulated Flight Trajectories”, in Proc. ICNS’12, 2012.