Eurocontrol route validating
Being safety critical, the job carries a high level of responsibility, so the selection procedure is rigorous and the training is intensely challenging.But if you succeed, you will have an enormously rewarding and interesting career!The Organisation delivers quality training in air traffic management (ATM) to a variety of actors in the aviation community.A wide range of training services and products are being provides - from general introductory courses on ATM concepts to advanced operational training - building on more than 40 years of expertise.Presenting solutions aimed at reducing air traffic controller workload and enhancing traffic prediction capabilities.
If you’re passionate about aviation and have great spatial skills, we can offer you an exciting opportunity to train as an air traffic controller, with the prospect of a rewarding career in a dynamic organisation to follow.
The aim is to deliver tangible results which will improve the ATM system's performance in the medium- and long-term.
EUROCONTROL provides a unique platform for civil-military aviation coordination in Europe.
Our experts will showcase EUROCONTROL’s simulation capability in support of research and operational development in the area of RPAS/drone operations Our demonstration, consisting of a mobile real-time simulation platform with a controller and a pseudo-pilot working position, will show the impact of RPAS integration into the upper controlled airspace. Of the 25 grant agreements signed by the SESAR Joint Undertaking on behalf of the European Commission in 2016, we are participating in 24 SESAR 2020 projects and are leading the eight projects which are dedicated to pan-European network performance.
At the show our experts will present the following topics. By Hamid Kadour The SESAR 2020 DCB project links the existing DCB process to a powerful distributed network management function which takes full advantage of the SESAR layered collaborative planning, trajectory management principles and SWIM technology to improve the effectiveness of ATM resource planning and the network performance of the ATM system in Europe.
We are looking for people to join our multinational team of air traffic controllers at our Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre in the Netherlands.