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The workshop

Research Needs for Operational Concepts and Capacity Analysis

had been held at 8th and 9th of February, 2011 in London. The agenda can be found here.

Day 1: Operational Concepts

The first day was dedicated to operational concepts.

The presentations itself can be downloaded below.

  1. Procedural-Time Based Separation (P-TBS)
    (Simon Goodmann, NATS)
  2. CRosswind OPerationS (CROPS)
    (Vincent Treve, EUROCONTROL)
  3. SESAR WP6.8.1 - Flexible and Dynamic Use of Airspace
    (Vincent Treve, EUROCONTROL)
  4. Green-Wake
    (Steve Bowater, Sula Systems)
  5. SESAR WP9.11 - Aircraft Systems for Wake Encounter Alleviation &WP9.30 - Weather Hazards/Wake Vortex Sensors
    (Andreas Reinke, Airbus)
  6. Concepts Validation and Research Needs in SESAR WP12.2.2
    (Frederic Barbaresco, Thales Systems)

Day 2: Capacity Analysis

The second day was dedicated to capacity analysis. 

The presentations itself can be downloaded below.

  1. Introduction to the Workshop
    (Shanna Schoenhals/Meiko Steen, TU Braunschweig)
  2. The Wake Vortex Prediction and Monitoring System (WSVBS) - CapacityAspects
    (Frank Holzaepfel, DLR)
  3. Wake Procedures in the US and the Potential Capacity Benefit
    (Steve Lang, FAA & Marshall Koch, MITRE CAASD)
  4. Benefits of Conditional Reduction of Wake Turbulence Separation Minima
    (Jens Konopka, DFS)
  5. RECAT and the Capacity Impact
    (Steve Lang, FAA)
  6. Wake Turbulence Procedures at Frankfurt Airport
    (Steffen Wenderberg, Fraport)