Advanced Capacity and Demand Management for European Network
CADENZA aims at developing a detailed trajectory broker concept for the European network, incorporating advanced demand-capacity balancing mechanisms. It builds upon the findings of the 2019 Jane’s-ATC-Innovation-award-winning SESAR Exploratory Research project COCTA, as well as upon latest industry developments. The trajectory broker will balance capacity and demand through a coordinated capacity provision process and collaborative trajectory management (including a novel trajectory charging scheme).
CADENZA covers all areas of capacity provision (en-route, terminal area, and airport) as well as all temporal levels (strategic, pre-tactical and tactical). Based on previous research we expect significant improvements in cost-efficiency as well as positive impacts on other key performance indicators, especially delays. The CADENZA concept will be thoroughly validated, using mathematical models and comprehensive real-world data. Sensitivity analysis will incorporate non-nominal conditions as well as different assumptions with respect to the overall air traffic management framework, e.g., different levels of flexibility in capacity provision.
Moreover, a high degree of stakeholder involvement – including an industry expert panel and stakeholder workshops – ensures practical relevance.
(07/08-09-2021) First CADENZA stakeholder workshop (online)
(21-06-2021) Radosav Jovanović presents the CADENZA project at the Engage workshop on economic incentives: https://www.sesarju.eu/node/3824
(07/10-12-2020) CADENZA presents its project during the SID poster session: https://www.sesarju.eu/node/3556
(11-11-2020) First meeting with the CADENZA expert panel – all 12 expert panel members from different stakeholder groups joined to discuss CADENZA’s research agenda
(17-06-2020) The project has started with the Kick Off Meeting