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Innovation, R&D and ATM Academy – New Integrated Knowledge Centre Advances HungaroControl’s Market Position
The increase in air traffic and the transformation of the European air navigation market call for the development and testing of innovative procedures and new concepts as well as the continuous professional training of air traffic controllers. Taking advantage of the synergies of units that previously operated separately, the now inaugurated Knowledge Centre supports the market position of the company by offering integrated services to other players in the industry. Central and Eastern Europe's most modern Knowledge Centre is home to EPC (Entry Point Central air navigation academy), CRDS (HungaroControl’s Centre of Research, Development and Simulation) and the radar simulation and contingency centre.
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SEAFRA Real-Time Simulation at HungaroControl’s CRDS
Air Traffic Controllers and ATM experts from  CCL (Croatia Control) ,  SMATSA (Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services)  and  BHANSA (Bosnia and Herzegovina Air Navigation Services Agency)  successfully conducted the SEAFRA (South-East Axis Free Route Airspace) Real-Time Simulation between 16th and 25th March, 2016 at  HungaroControl’s CRDS (Centre of Research, Development and Simulation) . 
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How Safe is your Change? – Safety and Validation Workshop in Budapest
In December last year, the Centre of Research, Development and Simulation of HungaroControl (CRDS) organised a two-day Safety and Validation Workshop in order to examine the links between validating procedures before their implementation and maintaining the number one priority in ATM - Safety. 
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Data-Link Training Simulation at CRDS
100 En-route Radar Controllers have successfully completed the Data-Link Training Simulation between 19th of October and 3th of November at CRDS (Centre of Research, Development and Simulation) enabling HungaroControl to launch CPDLC (Controller-Pilot Data-Link Communications) operations. CPDLC service will be available for aircraft operating in the Budapest FIR above FL285.  
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ENRI studies Free Route Airspace operations at CRDS
CRDS was honored to welcome Mr Kota Kageyama and Mr Yoichi Nakamura, two researchers from ENRI (Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan) on the 1st of October. 
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HungaroControl Showcases Innovative Technologies for Future ATM at the ATC Global
Hungary’s air navigation service provider  HungaroControl , with its research and development unit  CRDS , will showcase its innovative technologies at the ATC Global in Dubai.  See you at Booth 7110   on 5-7 October, 2015! Please click here for the detailed presentation timetable.
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Co-operation agreement between the Hungarian and the Icelandic air navigation service providers
A partnership agreement was signed by HungaroControl Hungarian Air Navigation Services Pte Ltd. and Isavia, the Icelandic air navigation service provider on March 10, 2015 during the World ATM Congress 2015 exhibition in Madrid. The agreement will coordinate the future research and development (R&D) activities of the two organisations and the joint utilisation of their resources and expertise. This co-operation will provide an appropriate background, in accordance with the requirements of the Single European Sky (SES) programme, to their joint participation in the research and development programs of the EU.
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HungaroControl to showcase its most recent research, development and innovation achievements in Madrid
The Hungarian ANSP is outlining its most successful projects and future air navigation procedures at the prestigious international exhibition. Digital messaging between pilots and air traffic controllers, remote tower control, smart glasses that track the ATCO’s eye and head movements, a simulation centre suitable for testing new technologies – future air navigation services will be characterised by such state-of-the-art technology. HungaroControl presented its latest developments and the services of its Centre of Research, Development and Simulation (CRDS) at the prestigious World ATM Congress 2015, held in Madrid from 10-12 March. 
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CPDLC Introduction for Romania and Bulgaria Simulated at HungaroControl CRDS
In HungaroControl’s CRDS (Centre of Research, Development and Simulation), the various procedures of implementing the CPDLC technology in the Romanian and Bulgarian airspace were put to the test. In the course of the nearly two-week long series of simulations, the effect of the new data link system on air traffic controllers’ workload and on capacity in the Bulgarian and Romanian airspace was analysed. The findings of the real-time simulation prove that the CPDLC technology will reduce the frequency load used by ATCO’s.
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