CaBilAvi
Capacity building for aviation stakeholders, inside and outside the EU

Background & Objectives

CABILAVI project has the following goals:

  • support emerging EGNOS countries inside and outside the EU in a customised strengthening of their capacity shortfalls for preparation of EGNOS adoption
  • increase the awareness of EGNSS in the aviation user community within the EU

Objectives

1. Update the requirements and guidelines for pilot training to include flying RNP operations

  • the use of LPV procedures
  • enroute RNP

The focus is on the correct use of RNP for updated IFR pilot training, as well as national road maps to provide upgrade training to the existing IFR pilot community, proposing to change current curricula of IFR training.

2. Promotion and awareness raising of EGNOS, for VFR pilots and general aviation community:

The correct use of European Satellite Navigation is extremely important. VFR pilots can use GNSS as advisory mean of navigation during some critical parts of the flight.

3. Capacity Building Workshops For ANSPs and CAAs

  • EGNOS and PBN implementation, Barcelona, May 2015
  • Procedure design, Podgorica, September 2015
  • Safety and Business Case, Sarajevo, March 2016
  • Final Outputs, Prague, September 2016
Market application: 
Coordinator: 
Pavel Dobeš
GNSS Centre of Excellence
Navigační 787
25261 Jeneč
Czech Republic
GSA Project Officer: 
Daniel Lopour
Total Cost: 
1 879 675 €
EU Contributions: 
1 879 675 €
Project Call: 
H2020 – Galileo 1st Call
Contract Number: 
641627

Resources

Capacity building for aviation stakeholders

08 October 2018
Partners
Pildo Labs PILDO CONSULTING SL
Special Concepts Ltd
Bulgaria
CESKE VYSOKE UCENI TECHNICKE V PRAZE, Sdružení pro dopravní telematiku
Czech Republic
Czech Aviation Training Centre
Czech Republic
DSA a.s.
Czech Republic
F AIR
Czech Republic
TECHNISERV
Czech Republic
Aero Club Barcelona Sabadell
Spain
Amezen S.A.S.
France
Kosmonauta.net sp. z o.o.
Poland
Vyskumny ustav dopravny
Slovakia
ZILINSKA UNIVERZITA V ZILINE
Slovakia

Updated: Oct 11, 2018