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 (Leonardo, Airbus, DLR and BOEING) with a stand in the exhibition hall. The separate partner stands provided the opportunity for widespread dissemination of GAMMA brochures as well as platforms for displaying overview presentations of the project.
The GAMMA seminar was the occasion to promote the forthcoming validation workshops and advertise the final event planned for autumn 2017. The seminar laid out a general template for the many dissemination actions planned in the next future and stimulated the appetite of the ATM community and stakeholders to follow the Project during its final validation phase.
The initial presentation of the seminar, given by Rainer Koelle (University of Lancaster), served to set the work performed in GAMMA on ATM Security Risk Assessment within the wider context of similar initiatives, most notably SESAR. This laid the ground for a presentation by Francesco di Maio (ENAV) aimed at placing the vision and Operational Concept developed for GAMMA within the wider institutional context. The Seminar then moved on to the practical developments carried out within GAMMA, including an overview presentation on GAMMA Prototypes, focusing on the SMP (Giuliano d’Auria – Leonardo), Attack Effect Prediction (Denis Kolev – RNCA) and SACOM (Tim Stelkens Kobsch – DLR). Finally the GAMMA Validation activities and scenarios were presented jointly by Tim Stelkens Kobsch (DLR) and Frédéric Duten (Airbus DS), who included in their presentation an insight into the three integrated validation exercises planned to be carried out in the next months.