On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, INVIRCAT presented two papers at the 22nd ICNS Conference taking place in Virginia, USA.
Gunnar Schwoch (DLR), coordinator of the INVIRCAT project, presented a paper on RPAS Procedures and Phraseology for Data Link Loss at Airports. The presentation took place in the context of Track 3, Session A on Contingency Management. Madhu Niraula (Collins Aerospace) chaired the session; while Gunnar himself chaired the Session D on RPAS Integration of Track 1: Traffic Management.
In addition, Jürgen Teutsch (NLR), validation manager of INVIRCAT, took part in Track 1, Session B on Flow Management chaired by Brian Stein (MITRE). Jürgen presented a paper on Communication Latency and Loss for Integrated IFR-RPAS Movements in the TMA.
We are proud and grateful for this opportunity to present our research results at such an important conference.
About the Conference
The Integrated Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Systems (ICNS) Conference started in 2001 as a NASA workshop. In time, it has grown into a premier international aviation conference on communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) and air traffic management (ATM). It addresses significant challenges of new types of operations to the safety, sustainability, and efficiency of air traffic management; for this reason, it provides an ideal forum for leaders, policymakers, researchers, and other technical experts from government, industry, and academia around the world.