Monthly Archives: November 2019

Department of Aeronautics at 10th ASPAG meeting in Dubai

Department of Aeronautics (ZAN) of the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences participated at the Aırport Sımulatıon and Performance Assesment Group (ASPAG) meeting in Dubai on October 27th and 28th, 2019. ASPAG gathers professionals from aviation industry that use primarily fast time simulation in their research.

ZAN was represented by Associate Professor Biljana Juričić and teaching assistant Bruno Antulov-Fantulin with the work on the project Development of Common ATC Simulation Training Assessment Criteria Based on Future Pan European Single-Sky Targets (ATCOSIMA). They presented the project overview and the baseline results with their partners from Eskişehir Technical University, Associate Professor Cem Çetek and Assistant Professor Fulya Aybek Çetek.

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At the end of the meeting, it was proposed that one of the next ASPAG meetings would be organized in Zagreb, at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences.

ESTU & ZFOT ATCOSIMA team members atop the Burj Khalifa

ESTU & ZFOT ATCOSIMA team members atop the Burj Khalifa

10th ASPAG meeting

10th ASPAG meeting

Department of Aeronautics at COOPANS Improvement Group (CIG) meeting in Stockholm

Department of Aeronautics (ZAN) of the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences participated at the COOPANS Improvement Group (CIG) meeting in Stockholm on October 8th, 2019. CIG gathers representatives of air navigation service providers of six countries: Croatia, Austria, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland and Sweden. ZAN was represented by Assistant Professor Tomislav Radišić, teaching assistant Bruno Antulov-Fantulin and Associate Professor Biljana Juričić.

The main objective of the meeting was to define a basis for the future project of the development of predictive air traffic complexity and air traffic controller workload models.

The next CIG Group meeting and the further project preparation will be held in Zagreb in February 2020.

Tomislav Radišić gave a short presentation of the previous research and the issues regarding air traffic complexity and its impact on air traffic controller workload and airspace capacity.

Tomislav Radišić gave a short presentation of the previous research and the issues regarding air traffic complexity and its impact on air traffic controller workload and airspace capacity.

Bruno Antulov-Fantulin presented the achievements of his on-going PhD research which deals with the development of new air traffic complexity model based on air traffic controller tasks.

Bruno Antulov-Fantulin presented air traffic complexity models.