Global ATM Security Management Project
GAMMA is a project worth around fifteen million Euros, co-financed by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission within the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The project stems from the growing need to address new air traffic management threats and vulnerabilities due, for instance, to the increased reliance on distributed enterprise computing and the automated flow of information across a ground and airborne network.
The goal of the GAMMA project is to develop solutions to emerging air traffic management vulnerabilities backed up by practical proposals for the implementation of these solutions. The project will also consider the new scenarios created by the Single European Sky programme.
On 17th November 2016 a meeting was organized with several representatives from EDA in their Brussels premises to illustrate progress of the GAMMA project. The workshop follows a similar meeting organized in 2015 and regular contacts maintained during the years with this important European institution. Links with EDA are especially relevant in view of the […]
An Advisory Board meeting was held in Brussels on 10th November 2016. The GAMMA Advisory Board is formed by SJU and EASA and this meeting is part of periodic contacts with reference institutions in Europe to assure alignment and gather feedback for the strategic direction of the project. The November meeting was the first to […]
GAMMA was very prominent at the World ATM Congress 2017 organizing a Seminar in which the work and results of the GAMMA project were presented to an audience with a specific interest in ATM. The presence of GAMMA during WAC 2017 was further enhanced through the separate dissemination actions carried out by those consortium partners […]
DLR, partner of GAMMA project, presented a paper at the German Aerospace Conference (DLRK) in Braunschweig (Germany) on September, 14th 2016. The presentation and the paper describe the GAMMA project briefly, while the preparations for the security prototype validations are described in detail. The documents present first ideas to establish a security prototype validation methodology. […]
Tim Stelkens-Kobsch from the German Aerospace Center (DLR), partner of GAMMA project, presented a paper at the 35th Digital Avionics System Conference (DASC) in Sacramento (USA) on September, 29th 2016. The presentation and the paper gives an overview of the GAMMA project and discusses the first outcomes of the validations of the ATM security prototype […]
The GAMMA project was very well represented this year at the International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (“ARES”) which was held between August 31 and September 2, 2016 in Salzburg, Austria. The ARES conference aims at a full and detailed discussion of the research issues of security as an integrative concept that covers, amongst other aspects, availability, safety, confidentiality, integrity, maintainability […]
The third edition of the GAMMA newsletter is now online highlighting some ongoing developments within the GAMMA project as well as providing a flavour of what to expect in the coming months. This edition of the newsletter opens with an article on the Integrated Modular Communication (IMC) prototype, which is one of the prototypes forming […]
On the 25th and 26th of August, DLR (a partner in GAMMA Project) organised a colloquium on ATM security, aiming to discuss and identify various current and potential security threats to ATM. GAMMA project was well represented at this event with presentations from THALES UK Limited and Lancaster University. Both presentations were accepted with great […]
During the NIDV regional day Eindhoven on April 15th 2016 the new Director of the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) got acquainted with NIDV SME members (link). During this day 42 Solutions (Partner of GAMMA) gave a demonstration to DMO of the Dutch Ministry of Defence of the capabilities of the GAMMA Security Management Platform IDS […]