Final CADENZA Stakeholder Workshop
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.
Research Workshop Single European Sky and Resilience in ATM, Sofia
The CADENZA team will present the paper "Network-oriented planning of cross-border capacity provision to increease resilience and improve performance" at Research Workshop Single European Sky and Resilience in ATM, which will be held from 15-16 September in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Best paper award at the International Conference on Research in Air Transportation 2022 in Florida
The paper “Rostering practices and ATCO productivity in Area Control Centres”, authored by Goran Pavlović, Radosav Jovanović and Milan Stanojević, and presented by Goran Pavlović, was awarded as the best paper in the "Human performance" track at the 10th International Conference on Research in Air Transportation (ICRAT 2022) in Tampa, Florida.