The ERASMUS project objective aims at designing, developing and assessing the ERASMUS Server corresponding to the strategic de-conflicting function and the Controller Working Position Toolkits corresponding to the separation provision function.

The design aims at proposing a consistent Operational Concept based on the new separation mode (Trajectory Control by minor Speed Adjustment) while taking benefit of high-precision 4D Business Trajectory that will allow to increase the predictability and the performance of decision aids.

The prototype development aims at building an Air/Ground platform including the following functionalities:

  • High-precision Trajectory Prediction (FMS);
  • High-precision Trajectory Contracting (RTA/CTA/CTO):
  • Data-Link capabilities;
  • Conflict detection;
  • Conflict resolution.

The validation process will be based on an E-OCVM validation methodology. It will investigate two operational scenarios, a baseline scenario and a 2020 SESAR scenario corresponding to an IP2 SESAR deployment sequence.

Two approaches will be used aiming at providing KPA results:

  • Mathematical modelling for the pure technical assessment;
  • Real-time simulations to assess the human-machine relationship.