Christos Rekkas

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The paper outlines the status and plans for the implementation of automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) in Europe. It presents the progress achieved in areas such as standardisation, validation (including the so-called CRISTAL trials in partnership with air navigation service providers, the pioneer airline scheme, the monitoring of ADS-B(More)
The implementation of WAM and ADS-B in Europe is evolving with an impressive growth rate. More than 700 ground stations are currently deployed or planned for deployment at various sites in Europe, based on existing contracts or firm commitments by the ANSPs. Several thousands of aircraft are already compliant for ADS-B in Non-Radar Airspace whilst several(More)
The advent of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) has opened up a new realm of precise air-toair surveillance in which flight crews, when properly supported by automation and procedures, will be able to accept new tasks and function at a level in keeping with far-term strategic goals in air traffic management. In pursuit of that goal, MITRE(More)
The paper provides an update on the status and plans of the deployment of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) and Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) in Europe. It presents the multiple deployment activities throughout the continent as well as the achievements in areas such as standardisation, certification, safety, trials, monitoring etc. The(More)
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