Implementation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast/Multilateration [SUR-ADS-B-MLAT]

Classroom Course
  Case studies with experts
The introduction of ADS-B and Multilateration in the surveillance infrastructure provides important features which can be exploited by the ATM Network, from full network-wide surveillance coverage to high performance, more efficient flight profiles and increased safety. The course gives example of ADS-B and Multilateration implementation from a technical, operational and financial point of view in wide area and at airport level.
The course also give the latest information about Space-based ADS-B.

This 3 days SUR ADS-B/MLAT course focuses on all of these aspects.

It includes training from technical personnel directly involved in their local implementation, a business case study and also includes a session on the integration of those surveillance data in our current surveillance environment and on the security aspects.
Important Note
This course is focusing on the implementation of ADS-B and Multilateration.
After completing the course, participants will have an understanding of the operational and technical aspects of ADS-B and multilateration, and a deeper knowledge of multilateration  implementation (WAM and LAM).
This course is designed for operational, technical, managerial ATM staff  interested in the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast and multilateration techniques, especially with a view to implementation in their own environment.

It also addresses issues to be considered by NSA staff involved in current or future ADS-B or multilateration system approval.
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Course timetable
No fee applies for course participants from Member States’ competent authorities and certified organisations. The training cost is sponsored by the EUROCONTROL Work Programme.  

The price per course participant from other organisations or individuals is 960 EUR.
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Certificate awarded
All candidates will receive a certificate of attendance.
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