Iris Information Event hosted by University of Salzburg

News from the ESA website: Hosted by the University of Salzburg in collaboration with ESA, and with support from FFG, Frequentis, 4D Aerospace and BCCS, the event reviewed the Iris programme’s latest progress.

Iris, element 10 of the ARTES programme, aims to supply a validated satellite-based communication solution for the European Air Traffic Management System. It is implemented in close collaboration with the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) Programme launched in 2006 by EUROCONTROL and the European community.

Foto: ESA - Rafaella Florou

Foto: ESA – Rafaella Florou

Aviation Competence Center of the University of Salzburg presented at the Iris Public Event

News from the ESA website: More than 70 representatives of the aviation, telecom and space industries, as well as institutional stakeholders gathered in Salzburg, Austria this week to attend the third Information Event on ESA’s Iris Programme.

The event included a visit to the University of Salzburg Competence Centre for air traffic management where several simulators were presented.

University of Salzburg - Martin Mayr

Foto: University of Salzburg – Martin Mayr

Foto: University of Salzburg - Martin Mayr

Foto: University of Salzburg – Martin Mayr

Foto: University of Salzburg - Martin Mayr

Foto: University of Salzburg – Martin Mayr

“Iris” lenkt den Verkehr am Himmel

1,9 Milliarden Euro: Salzburger Forscher bei Hightech-Satelliten-System für Flugzeuge dabei.

Die “Kronen Zeitung” schreibt: „Die Anzahl der Flugzeuge am Himmel steigt. Es gibt jetzt schon Kapazitätsprobleme“, weiß Dr. Thomas Gräupl vom Fachbereich Computer Wissenschaften der Uni Salzburg. Also hat die Europäische Kommission ein Projekt für einen einheitlichen europäischen Luftraum ins Leben gerufen.

"Iris" lenkt den Verkehr am Himmel. Kronen Zeitung vom 02.02.2013.

“Iris” lenkt den Verkehr am Himmel. Kronen Zeitung vom 02.02.2013.