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PJ.14. CNS (Communication – Navigation – Surveillance)

Baltic FAB/B4 Consortium representative in the project: SE ORO NAVIGACIJA

Project snapshot:

     CNS technologies on the ground and on-board the aircraft are an essential underlying technical enabler for many of the operational improvements and new procedures being developed within SESAR. Performance requirements for CNS systems are becoming increasingly complex and demanding and need to be considered as part of an integrated air and ground CNS system considering convergence towards a common infrastructure, and a unified concept of operations, where possible, across the different (COM, NAV and SURV) domains.  In parallel, CNS systems and infrastructure for both airborne and ground must take a more business oriented approach with efficient use of resources delivering the required capability in a cost-effective and spectrum efficient manner. 
     Dedicated studies on CNS technologies and infrastructure have already been performed within the frame of SESAR 1. The SESAR 2020 PJ.08 (CNS) activities will aim: at enforcing the new technical capabilities of CNS solutions in order to fully meet the requirements derived from operational needs, taking into account the features and edges of these new emerging CNS technologies but will also fully exploit their new capabilities. Civil military CNS interoperability aspects and technology convergence must be covered in this project. The Civil-military CNS interoperability activities will aim to focus on surveillance and mission trajectory information exchange in relation with the SWIM services.