The following projects are a sample of our activities:

Example projects
ANSP performance planning For a central European ANSP we provided an in-depth review of their business and operational performance, comparing it with similar organisations. We developed a performance model to inform the ANSP on the impact of different staffing strategies. We proposed two such strategies and provided the client with a spreadsheet model they could continue to use in years to come.
Operational concept and business case For EUROCONTROL’s Agency and Central Flow Management Unit we developed an operational concept for sharing pre-flight planning information (flight intention). We consulted with airlines, ANSPs and airports and produced a business case for the CONOPS. We worked closely with EUROCONTROL, adapting the ideas to ensure a good fit with existing systems and budgets. We presented the results to stakeholders and facilitated discussions amongst them. The CONOPS and business case were received very positively and approved for implementation.
Creating security methodology For EUROCONTROL’s Security Domain we developed a number of tools to support their Security Management System (SecMS), which itself is a model system to support ANSPs compliance with the common requirements regulation. These were: a method for determining critical assets; a threat appraisal method; and an ‘horizon scanning’ method. We also developed a draft ‘security viewpoint’ to be consistent with enterprise architecture methods, including the European ATM Enterprise Architecture Framework.
Contingency strategy and planning In support of FAB Central Europe, comprising ANSPs in seven central European States, we developed requirements for a future joint Contingency Plan and identified potential areas of collaboration. The work considered possible bilateral and multi-lateral contingency and the enablers essential to successful implementation, including the resources and financial commitment required.
Requirements engineering We are currently engaged by a satellite communications provider in defining the ATM requirements to be supported in oceanic airspace.  Translating these into a set of architecture and engineering requirements will define how the various avionics, space and ground segments need to be developed. This process is following a phased roadmap approach, from an evolution of the current oceanic services, via an enhanced IP-based datalink oceanic service, through to eventual support for satcom ATM datalink in continental airspace.