Hear from Coflight Cloud Services project stakeholders in this 8mn video highlighting CCS goals and achievements along with the international cooperation so crucial to the project. CCS has clearly demonstrated the effectiveness of this international collaboration, which has empowered ANSPs to pool their strengths to achieve a common goal: growing the Single European Sky. Indeed, the technical integration service of CCS is ready to be in use at the beginning of the year 2020. CCS is also the first European candidate registered for SWIM governance.

In this short video, project leaders and other stakeholders share their perspectives and explain in particular how CCS is meeting the common goal of improving Air Traffic Management in Europe.

A groundbreaking project in line with the SESAR program and objectives

Two European representatives Florian Guillermet, Executive Director of SESAR Joint Undertaking and Iacopo Prissinotti, Director of the Network Management (Eurocontrol) explain how CCS is helping to build the Single European Sky while meeting European standards.

Moreover, Alex Bristol, CEO of skyguide and Samuel Stammbach, CCS Product Owner, talk about the efficiency, safety and capacity of CCS. Indeed, CCS is helping to virtualize the ATM world thanks to open, standardized interface and technology based on the Virtual Centre concept.

On the way to transforming ATM

CCS has the power to transform ATM by enabling the technology evolution that airspace users need. This is one of the messages delivered by Maurice Georges, CEO of DSNA, who describes CCS as the enabler of tomorrow’s sky. Pierre-Adrien Marest, SESAR Project Leader at DSNA, Hermann Mattanovich, CTO of Frequentis, Philippe Chauffoureaux, Chief Information Architect of skyguide, and Richard Beaulieu the SESAR PJ16.03 leader from Thales, each offer their own perspectives on how CCS is going to improve the efficiency and resiliency of ATM in Europe.

Agile project management and multicultural teams

CCS has been developed using a collaborative Agile approach in a highly international environment. Roberta Neri, CEO of ENAV emphasizes the importance of this approach and the complementary, multiple skills of the CCS team. Other project management stakeholders such as Valentina Piccinelli (ENAV), Eric Touvier (Agile Coach) and Fabrice Boutet (DSNA-DTI), give their insights into the benefits of this collaborative approach within a multicultural environment.