Optimized ground operations validated as Indra and HungaroControl successfully host SESAR PJ28 Open Day
ATM professionals from 13 countries attended the SESAR Integrated Airport Operations Open Day hosted by Indra and HungaroControl in Budapest April 11th. The Open Day followed a successful large-scale validation of the solutions developed in the project, resulting in better ground safety and efficiency. The attendants saw a live demonstration of airport safety nets such as conflicting ATC clearance alerts (CATC), conformance monitoring (CMAC), as well as automatic pre-departure sequencing and surface movement planning and routing. Indra’s InNOVA Ground A-SMGCS is the industrial platform for the solution that is now ready for deployment.
Research workshop on Fragmentation in Air Traffic Management
Research workshop on Fragmentation in Air Traffic Management taking place on 14 – 15 May 2019 in Budapest at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The workshop aims to bring together academics and stakeholders from all sectors of the aviation industry. It also features contribution from the fields of aviation, economics, policy, law and management.
Press Release: World ATM Congress
13 March 2019 – Madrid, Spain HungaroControl has landed at World ATM Congress 2019 to join industry dialogue and showcase solutions that tackle the big issues in air traffic management (ATM). At the world’s largest international ATM exhibition and conference, HungaroControl is bringing to the forefront its services and distinct capabilities that respond to the growing challenges and pace of change in the industry from innovation to digitalisation.
HungaroControl won unique NATO mandate in Europe
Budapest, March 7, 2019 – HungaroControl remains the only company in Europe that controls the airspace of a non-neighboring country. On behalf of NATO, Hungarian Air Navigation Service Provider controls the upper airspace over Kosovo from April to indefinitely, announced Andrea Bártfai-Mager, Minister Without Portfolio Responsible for the Management of National Assets, and Kornél Szepessy, CEO of HungaroControl.
Successful SESAR 2020 Flight Centric ATC validation and open day at HungaroControl
March 2019, Budapest – Flight Centric Air Traffic Control (ATC) validations with a live demonstration took place in Budapest in January 2019. More than fifty European ATC stakeholders took part in the exercise. The entire upper-airspace of Hungary was used for the demonstration of this advanced operating concept, with more than 10 air traffic controllers participating in the single-man operations.
Closer cooperation in Hungarian civil and military air navigation service provision
Budapest, February 12, 2019 – Cooperation agreement was signed today by Tibor Benkő, Hungarian Defence Minister and Kornél Szepessy, CEO of HungaroControl Hungarian Air Navigation Services.
Christmas laser-lights - Use with responsibility
Budapest, (Dec. 15, 2018). - Each holiday season HungaroControl receives several reports from pilots due to distraction by residential laser-lights which can temporarily blind them.