NAVISAS Final Project Review in SESAR JU HQ, Brussels, Belgium
March 15, 2018
NAVISAS consortium gathered together in Brussels on February 27th for the Final Project Review with SESAR JU. All the work performed in the scope of the project was presented and met enthusiastic reviews from SESAR JU.
The project resulted in delivery of APNT operational concepts for small aircraft, approaches for merger of GNSS receiver, MAC and MAG, Proof of Concept in vision-based navigation assessed in real flight of a drone and ULA and feasibility study of NAVISAS APNT.
The project will conclude with the publication of its Final Report (D1.2), which will contain all the project's achievements, brief description of work undertaken, results and remaining open points.
NAVISAS Consortium meeting
September 12, 2017
SHARK, CSEM, TAV came to TEK headquearters in Lisbon, Portugal to discuss obtained results and align their vision on next workpackage - WP5 on Assessment of technology benefits for aircraft navigation and ATM system.
CSEM presented NAVISAS Miniature Atomic Clock on EFTF-IFCS 2017
July 13, 2017
CSEM participated in 2017 European Frequency and Time Forum & International Frequency Control Symposium (EFTF-IFCS). CSEM’s MAC is the only existing product of this type in the market!
THALES Avionics hosts a technical NAVISAS meeting in Valence, France
April 20, 2017
The Consortium members came to Valence to discuss output of works carried out in on-going work packages. During the meeting, the NAVISAS concept was discussed, in particular concepts for micro gyroscope and combined atomic clock with gyro, multi-constellation navigation and advanced IMU.
SHARK.AERO in Aero 2017 in Friedrichshafen, Germany
April 8, 2017
SHARK.AERO and CSEM participated in 25th edition of AERO Friedrichshafen trade show for general aviation, where more than 630 exhibitors from about 38 countries presented the industry’s latest innovations. SHARK presented innovations being developed by NAVISAS consortium accompanied by 2 SHARK’s Ultra Light aircraft.
NAVISAS present at the WAC2017
March 9, 2017
NAVISAS was presented during the “Exploring Future Solutions” session at the SESAR JU Theatre in the World ATM Congress in Madrid. The project raised interest from the audience and received several questions.
NAVISAS Consortium members meet in Neuchâtel, Switzerland
December 6, 2016
CSEM welcomed guests and provided an update on laboratorial works. The State of the Art and experiments performed on atomic clocks and gyroscopes have been presented. Inclusion of LiDAR to NAVISAS concept has been proposed. After the tour through CSEM laboratories, the team discussed navigation approach of NAVISAS and Deliverable D3.1.
On the next day, the deliverable has been analyzed in detail and administrative issues have been discussed.
SHARK.AERO hosting the second consortium meeting
July 12, 2016
SHARK.AERO hosted the meeting and started the session with expectations for NAVISAS from the perspective of Ultra Light aircraft manufacturer. The team discussed about system requirements and components. Participants performed also the review of on-going tasks.
During the second day of the meeting, the team visited facilities of SHARK.AERO in Senica and participated in demonstration flights in SHARK’s aircraft.
NAVISAS Kick-Off Meeting in Brussels, Belgium
March 16, 2016
The NAVISAS consortium is the international team composed of entities from France, Portugal, Slovakia and Switzerland. On 16th of March 2016 five members of the Consortium and representatives of SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU) came together to Brussels for the Kick-Off meeting hosted by SJU.
The round table and individual presentations of the participants started the meeting. After the project overview NAVISAS Partners and SJU discussed management, administrative and contractual issues followed by vivid discussions on specific work packages.
The meeting concluded with the scheduling of the next technical consortium meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia in July 2016.
March 1, 2016
On March 1st, 2016 the NAVISAS project began under SESAR 2020 exploratory research program, which serves to contribute to modernize air traffic management in Europe. NAVISAS is one of 28 projects that have been selected for funding by the SESAR Joint Undertaking.
NAVISAS (Navigation of airborne vehicle with integrated space and atomic signals) will propose a novel concept of APNT for small aircraft that will integrate novel technologies and will merge multiple navigation technologies into one with no major impact on avionics.
Only NAVISAS and SAPIENT have been selected for research in Communication, Navigation and Surveillance.
NAVISAS has four Partners: TEKEVER ASDS (Coordinator), CSEM, THALES and SHARK.AERO.
Project Title: Navigation of airborne vehicle with integrated space and atomic signals
Project acronym: NAVISAS
Starting date: 1st March 2016
Project Duration: 20 months
Call Identifier: H2020-SESAR-2015-1
Topic: SESAR-08-2015 Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS)
Project Reference: 699387
Project Budget: € 890 910,00
EU Funding: € 584 978,75
Project Coordinator: TEKEVER ASDS (Portugal) Mr. André Oliveira
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.