EVP (European ATM
Reference Validation Platform)
The EVP/AMAN project is assessing the impact
of introducing an AMAN from the perspectives
commitment, capacity, safety and environment
as identified in the MAEVA validation strategy.
This will be achieved by a set of simulations and
shadow mode trials studies introducing an
AMAN and other decision support tools (with
environments of Stockholm and Rome.
EVP/AMAN is a step to develop and validate
shadow mode trials capability and methods.
This work is creating the building blocks for
future European Commission R&D programmes
such as C-ATM and LAVA.
The project is funded by EUROCONTROL and
the European Commission.
The goal of EVP/AMAN is first to validate the
Advanced Arrival Manager, and then to
determine how to use AMAN as part of an
integrated toolset with MTCD, DMAN and other
decision support tools.
Looking to the future, EUROCONTROL aims to
provide a reference for how service providers
and manufacturers can achieve fully integrated
controller-centred sector-level operations.
RESULTS - AMAN
The AMAN assesses all traffic inbound to the
destination airport and prepares an optimised
is updated dynamically
response to new surveillance data.
Example of AMAN Advisory “Lose 0”
The AMAN calculates advice for the ACC and
APP controllers. Delay sharing
distribute delays across multiple upstream
sectors and even to upstream ACCs, enabling
improved management and distribution of the
workload. By complying with the advice,
controllers ensure that traffic is delivered
efficiently to the runway.
for the AMAN
from all the
decision support tools will be provided through
an EATMP compliant HMI ba