EASCG events

EASCG Workshop: The key role of standards to support deployment

Wednesday, 7 March 2018, 14:15 - 15:15
World ATM Congress, Madrid / Nokia ATM Theatre

The workshop will focus on the experience and added value that the work of the EASCG and the Rolling Development Plan are providing to the aviation industry and show how the stakeholders can make use of it. It will discuss the essential link between standards and regulations and how to manage the completion of standardisation work to meet a regulatory requirement. Particular focus will be on the role of standards at the deployment stage: How do standards help ensure harmonised deployment and support to regulation? In what way will the revision of the PCP impact the standardisation activities and what new standardisation activities are expected in the future?

Finally, the workshop will discuss the question of standards validation, how to ensure the standards developed are fit for purpose.

EASCG Workshop: Standardisation: connecting R&D achievements, industrialisation, deployment and regulation

Wednesday, 8 March 2017, 17:15 - 18:00
World ATM Congress, Madrid / SESAR Theatre

Building an efficient, sustainable and safe Single European Sky requires the modernisation of the European ATM infrastructure. To ensure a coordinated and harmonised implementation of the required ATM-related functionalities, it is essential to ensure that the necessary standards are available, in a timely fashion. The European ATM Standards Coordination Group (EASCG) has become an essential platform building the bridge between R&D and deployment by coordinating standardisation and regulatory activities throughout the development process. 


EASCG Workshop: Coordinating ATM Standardisation in Europe

Tuesday, 8 March 2016, 10:30 – 13:30
World ATM Congress, Madrid / Tower Theatre

Standardisation activities in support of the air traffic management sector are carried out by a number of different organisations and the resulting standards and specifications have contributed significantly to the success of many projects.

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