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Croatian Airspace Simulation Starts in Budapest

As the first international project since the opening of the Center of Research, Development and Simulation (CRDS) of the Hungarian ANSP (HungaroControl) a real-time simulation started for the Croatian ANSP with the aim of validating airspace proposals for capacity increase.




As the first international project since the opening of the Center of Research, Development and Simulation (CRDS) of the Hungarian ANSP (HungaroControl) a real-time simulation started for the Croatian ANSP with the aim of validating airspace proposals for capacity increase.
Being the most significant research, development and simulation center of its kind in Central Europe CRDS represents the latest technology and provides skilled expertise for the implementation of the SES initiatives.
The key objective of the Croatian simulation project run at HungaroControl’s CRDS in Budapest is to validate new geographical sector configurations to be implemented by 2013 in the Croatian airspace. In addition, the simulation is intended to validate ATC procedures and new working methodologies. The simulation project partly deals with the gradual transition of the service provision to the BHDCA. The transition of the service provision is also foreseen to be implemented by 2013.
Several states and ANSPs from the surrounding FAB Danube region have also shown interest in the simulation capabilities of HungaroControl’s CRDS concerning mainly the development and the implementation of the Data Link service provision. Apart from its regional partners HungaroControl also expects customers form other parts Europe based on the co-operation agreement signed with EUROCONTROL on coordinating the capacities of Europe’s two most modern simulation centers in order to provide the highest level of service for all European states and ANSPs.




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