TEKEVER ASDS is the coordinator of NAVISAS and mainly involved in requirements identification, establishing the GNSS multiple constellation concept and in the definition of a business roadmap for NAVISAS.


TEKEVER ASDS (TEK) is a company from the TEKEVER group that develops and delivers advanced technological solutions in the areas of communications, autonomous vehicles and space systems for the aeronautics, space, defence and security markets. It has experience in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) (also known as Unmanned Aircraft Systems - UAS, drones or Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems – RPAS) design and development and is involved in standardization work for the insertion of UAVs into European non-segregated airspace.

CSEM leads tasks related to the analysis of IMU and timing solutions based on atomic signal solution. It is also responsible for proposing the associated concept.

CSEM is a Swiss research institute focused on applied research and with its origins in research for the watch industry. CSEM’s activities include technology, strategy and innovation consulting. It excels in technology transfer to small and large companies, focused on generating lasting value for a sustainable world. Its time and frequency section has extensive experience in concept development of atomic clocks and complex mechatronics and closed loop energy systems.

Thales Avionics is responsible for leading the preliminary system concept and the assessment of the benefits that NAVISAS will bring to aeronautics.

Thales Avionics (TAV) is a world-leading provider of aeronautical on-board solutions for the civil and military aerospace markets. The company’s aerospace activities put into practice dual-technology expertise for costumers including aircraft manufacturers, airlines, operators, defence ministries and armed forces. The company provides its costumers with all equipment, systems and sub-systems in the areas of flight management, communications, navigation and surveillance (CNS).

Shark.Aero is responsible for defining NAVISAS requirements and for assessing its benefits for aeronautics.

Shark.Aero (SHARK) is an ultra-light aircraft manufacturer based in the Czech Republic. The company is the exclusive owner of the intellectual property of the design of the SHARK UL aircraft. The SHARK UL aircraft is produced from the most modern carbon and aramid composite materials and is equipped with the most advanced fully electronic flight instruments, engine instruments and navigation systems.

SESAR JU is the entity funding the NAVISAS project.

Single European Sky ATM (Air Trafic Management) Research Joint Undertaking ('the JU'), (SJU) was established under Council Regulation (EC) 219/2007 of 27 February 2007 (as modified by Council Regulation (EC) 1361 / 2008 (SJU Regulation) and last amended by the Council Regulation (EU) 721/2014). Under this Regulation, the SJU is responsible for the modernisation of the European Air Traffic Management (ATM) system by coordinating, rationalising and concentrating all relevant research and development efforts in the EU.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 699387.