"Drones are disrupting ‘business as usual’ in air traffic management (...) a simple adaptation of our
current air traffic management system is not enough; accommodating these air vehicles in the numbers forecasted requires a new approach
" said Florian Guillermet, executive director, SESAR JU.

Two years on, from 2017 until end of 2019, SESAR JU and its partners have completed 19 research and demonstration projects, addressing everything from the concept of operations for drone operations, critical communications, surveillance and tracking, and information management to aircraft systems, ground-based technologies, cyber-resilience and geo-fencing.

The results of these projects are summarised in this brochure and will be fully detailed in a comprehensive report due for publication in the second half of 2020.

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