A complete set of advanced solutions to achieve more agile and collaborative air traffic control at airports.
The Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) programme aims to modernise the European ATM system by developing innovative operational concepts in a new-generation technological environment and with harmonised standards. Within the SESAR programme, the French air navigation service provider DSNA is leading a technical modernisation strategy for all phases of flight in an ambitious programme co-financed by the European Union. DSNA is developing more agile, cooperative and digital solutions that will help achieve greater resilience in ATM while addressing environmental challenges.
SYSAT is the new ATM system for air traffic control (ATC) towers and approach control centres (APP) operated by DSNA in mainland France and an essential component of ATM modernisation. SYSAT is introducing electronic flight strips, a new advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS) and ground situation displays at Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports. It is providing new weather information, synoptic display and electronic documentation, increasing information sharing across ATC stakeholders and airport handlers especially regarding departure management (DMAN) and collaborative decision making (CDM) processes, and preparing the ground for SESAR evolutions.
Since the start of the SYSAT programme in 2014, Egis has been providing technical assistance to DSNA’s technical and innovation department (DTI). Our team were selected by DSNA for their solid functional and technical knowledge of ATC and APP systems and our highly regarded ATM system engineering capabilities. Some of our key experts have been working closely with DSNA for many years.