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CEDD Partners

Instytucje tworz?ce Centralnoeuropejski Demonstrator Dron

Beneficjenci Porozumienia CEDD :

Metropolis GZM

GZM is a natural place where modern and innovative technologies can be implemented. Due to the specificity of the area, it is possible to check the operation of drones ? in automatic mode ? in conditions that are typical and characteristic for urban buildings, extensive transport and industrial infrastructure. Furthermore, thanks to the institutionalisation of the metropolis, the implementation of projects of supra-local importance is better coordinated here.

Metropolis GZM wants to inspire the development of key industries and create a good climate for entrepreneurship. Already today, strong research and development centres operate in the area, being at the forefront when it comes to the development of this technology in our country. An undoubted advantage of the Metropolis is the Katowice International Airport and numerous flying clubs (Gliwice, Katowice, and in close proximity to Rybnik and Bielsko-Bia?a).

Metropolis GZM is the perfect catalyst for this CEDD programme. Thanks to its participation it will be possible to test UAV technologies in the range of one or several cities, in rural, rural-urban, industrial, post-industrial, and recreational areas.

A number of companies related to autonomous technologies are already operating in the Metropolis, and the first pilot use of drones to study air quality has started in Katowice.

Katowice ? the capital of the Metropolis is a significant centre of business events (European Economic Congress, European Congress of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Impact, etc.), which greatly facilitates the introduction of the issue of using drones to public discussion.

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Civil Aviation Authority

The Civil Aviation Authority is a central government administration body competent in matters of Polish civil aviation. Established under the Aviation Law of 3 July 2002, CAA works for the safety and sustainable development of civil aviation in Poland, including the development of the market for unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Civil Aviation Authority implements the government?s policy in the field of civil aviation and issues administrative decisions in this area, supervises air navigation services and the operation of aircrafts. The tasks of CAA also include the certification of entities operating in the field of civil aviation, as well as the supervision and analysis of the records of airport operators in the field of: aircraft traffic, passenger and cargo traffic. The scope of activity of the authority covers a wide area of air transport, economic issues of aviation, technology and use of equipment, airport infrastructure, air traffic, flight safety and conditions related to the work and training of personnel.

The Authority?s President is the central government administration body competent in matters of Polish civil aviation. Their competences are defined in Art. 21 of the Aviation Law. In this respect, the Authority?s President performs the basic and inalienable function of an aviation administration authority and aviation authority, consisting in the granting of rights, issuing consents and other decisions in matters of civil aviation based on the provisions of aviation law, European Union regulations and international regulations, etc.

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Polish Air Navigation Services Agency

The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency provides a safe and smooth flow of air traffic in the Polish airspace. The Agency controls a space of 334,000 square kilometres ? one of the largest in Europe. PANSA is the only institution in Poland that trains and employs civil air traffic controllers. Operational staff today consists of more than 570 controllers, serving in 15 airport control towers, four approach centres and one area control centre. They support nearly a million air operations a year, taking care of the safety of passengers and crew of around 2,500 aircrafts in the Polish sky every day. The agency is building and modernising technologically advanced aviation infrastructure, which is used by all users of Polish airspace.

The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency participates in projects enabling mass and commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies, commonly known as drones. We are among those who implement the European concept regarding unmanned aerial vehicle traffic ? U-Space ? in Poland.

As part of the implementation of this concept, the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is responsible, among others, for managing the UTM (Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management) system ? i.e. a central system for coordinating and managing UAV traffic. In addition, in the area of communication airports, PANSA provides the DTM (Drone Traffic Management) function by locally managing drone operations in specific space volumes. The tasks of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency will also include supporting the technological development of these systems and their integration with manned traffic control systems.

Partnerzy Porozumienia CEDD :

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Management Board of Port Gdynia

A commercial seaport on the Gulf of Gda?sk, in the Pomerania Province in Gdynia, located on the Kashubian Coast. It is the third largest seaport in Poland (after Gda?sk and Szczecin).

Safety is a key element of maritime transport and is particularly relevant to port operations. In 2018, considering the dynamic increase in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operations around Port Gdynia and the analyses carried out by the Port Gdynia Safety Structures, the Company?s Management Board undertook actions enabling full control of UAV operations over the area managed by the Company. The undertaking of Port Gdynia fits in with the development concepts of U-Space services, which will support UAV autonomous flight operations in the near future, ensuring the highest level of safety of air operations, people and property.

Port Gdynia joined the CEDD Programme as a partner in order to implement projects related to the development of systems for the management of flights over critical infrastructure facilities, with particular emphasis on ports. The cooperation with CEDD is a synergy of activities for the safety of airspace in the context of unmanned aerial vehicles ? drones ? which will allow the exchange of experience and testing solutions, together with other critical infrastructure operators.

As part of the implementation of this concept, the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is responsible, among others, for managing the UTM (Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management) system ? i.e. a central system for coordinating and managing UAV traffic. In addition, in the area of communication airports, PANSA provides the DTM (Drone Traffic Management) function by locally managing drone operations in specific space volumes. The tasks of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency will also include supporting the technological development of these systems and their integration with manned traffic control systems.

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