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Welcome to the INSuRE Project

The INSuRE Project is one of nine integrated RPAS Demonstration projects that have been selected for co-financing by the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU), which coordinates the SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research) programme. SESAR in-flight demonstrations show, on a large scale, the benefits of the programme in day-to-day operations and build confidence in the SESAR solutions amongst the ATM community.

The purpose of INSuRE is to address and demonstrate the:

  • operational management of one rotary wing RPA, piloted from a fixed station on the ground, evaluating its interaction with other vehicles in a non-segregated airspace;
  • operational aspects in implementing nominal ATCO procedures;
  • safety aspects to allow safe integration in controlled airspaces;
  • human factor aspects addressing both the pilot’s and the ATCO’s workload and reactions.

The INSuRE Project encompasses a set of validation and demonstration activities addressing the integration of RPAS (Remotely Piloted Air Systems) into non-segregated airspace.

Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A. (IDS), Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR) and Sistemi Dinamici S.p.A. (SD) are the members of the INSuRE Consortium which was awarded the co-financing of the INSuRE Project.

INSuRE has been running since its Kick Off, held in Rome on 16th October 2013.

Project News

INSuRE Simulation Campaign

Pisa, Italy - 12th - 16th January, 2015 - The integration into non-segregated ATM (INSuRE) project has successfully completed a simulation campaign in Pisa, demonstrating the feasibility of safely integrating remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) into civil airspace. The INSuRE Project is one of nine Integrated RPAS Demonstration Projects that are co-financed by the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU) - the public-private partnership that coordinates the research and innovation activities of the SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research) programme.

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INSuRE Simulation Platform Acceptance Test

Pisa, Italy - 17th November, 2014 - The INSuRE Simulation Platform Acceptance test was performed successfully in November 2014 at IDS in Pisa. The simulation platform includes the following interoperable systems:

  • Tower simulator with two Controller Working Positions
  • RPAS simulator with operational Ground Control Station
  • Cockpit simulator

The SESAR INSuRE Demonstration Project Kicks Off

Rome, Italy - 16th October, 2013 - The Integration into non-segregated ATM (INSuRE) Project Kick Off Meeting, in IDS’s Rome premises on 16th October, marks the “T0” point of the project’s execution phase. The INSuRE Project encompasses a set of validation and demonstration activities addressing the integration of RPAS (Remotely Piloted Air Systems) into non-segregated airspace.

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