August 31, 2011 -- Envitia is pleased to announce that as part of the MOSIA consortium, they have been accepted as an Associate Partner of the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) programme. This work aims to provide the technological dimension to the Single European Sky (SES) Initiative, a high-performance air traffic control infrastructure in Europe enabling the safe and environmentally friendly development of air transport.
The MOSIA consortium is lead by SINTEF and comprises other partners Snowflake, Envitia, Carmenta, IGSI, OGC, NoMagic, M-AIS and University of Münster, Germany. Envitia's products are widely used in the aviation domain - both operationally in terms of MapLink Pro and as part of advanced research and interoperability projects with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). In fact, MapLink Pro is deployed in this highly demanding domain with more than 7000 operationally and combat proven systems worldwide via our System Integrator (SI) customers and partners.
Elsewhere in the aviation research domain, Envitia have taken an active role in the VAROS, OWS-7, FAA SAA Pilot and OWS-8 interoperability experiments, experimenting with and demonstrating the portrayal of aviation and weather data such as AIXM, WXXM and the 4D weather cube all using open standards. The results of the SAA Pilot and an update on OWS-8 and SESAR will be available at the annual FAA Air Transportation Information Exchange Conference (AIXM/WXXM Annual Conference) this week in Silver Spring, MD.
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