European Air Traffic Management Programme (EATM)

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April 1990, as European Air Traffic Control Harmonization and Integration Programme (EATCHIP). Managed by European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) on behalf of states belonging to European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC). Current title adopted 2000. Ceased to exist, 1 Jan 2009, when became an integral part of Cooperative Network Design (CND) of EUROCONTROL.


Enable provision of ATM services and operations in Europe by increasing interoperability of air navigation systems and delivering operational improvements in ATM; satisfy changing requirements of stakeholders, in particular as expressed by the revised EUROCONTROL Convention and ATM Strategy for 2000+, for safety, capacity, flight efficiency, cost effectiveness, uniformity, national security and environment to better meet airspace users' needs, using expertise from all stakeholders; address introduction of the gate-to-gate concept and the extended time dimension of ATM Strategy for 2000+; identify programmes, products, services and management processes required to satisfy objectives and targets set out in the European Convergence and Implementation Plan (ECIP); support realization of the EU Single European Sky (SES) via the SES ATM Research (SESAR) project.

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Scope: Air Traffic Service authorities of ECAC States, including action at European and national level; also includes European ATM performance enhancement work for air-side operations at airports. Response to 'ATM 2000 Plus Strategy' is based on a uniform European Air Traffic Management System (EATMS). Multi-phased programme from development of initial strategies, concepts and road maps for enhancing performance of European ATM to a managed portfolio of implementation programmes and service provision. Supports the joint EU SESAR project. European programmes managed by EATM include:

 • 8.33 kHz;

 • Link 2000+, Cooperative ATS through surveillance and communication applications deployed in ECAC (CASCADE);

 • Mode-S and Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems (ACAS);

 • Controlled and Harmonized Aeronautical Information Network (CHAIN);

 • Dynamic Management of the European Airspace Network (DMEAN);

 • European Safety Programme (ESP);

 • First ATC Support Tools Implementation (FASTI);

 • First European ATCO Selection Test Package (FEAST);

 • Airports Operations.


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  • Transportation, Telecommunications
    • Aerospace, Space
    • Aviation
  • Societal Problems
    • Safety
  • Government
    • Frontiers
  • Management
    • Management
  • Cybernetics
    • Cybernetics
  • Environment
    • Environment
  • Security
    • Security

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GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and InfrastructureGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesGOAL 14: Life Below WaterGOAL 15: Life on Land



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3. Dec 2009
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