European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is a voluntary, cooperative partnership within the aviation community to better understand the emerging cybersecurity risks in aviation and to provide collective support in dealing with cybersecurity incidents, weaknesses and unauthorised interactions that could potentially affect the sector’s resiliency and safety.

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The participation to ECCSA is voluntary as well as the information sharing. Organisations relevant for the safety and security of European Civil Aviation may apply for ECCSA membership, assured to meet applicable security selection criteria.

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17
MAY
2018

Although we live in a day and age where almost everyone has a phone in their pocket that's capable of becoming a mobile hotspot, if you've ever used that feature on your phone, you've likely noticed it's not that good. It may be fine for sending the occasional email or finishing up a school project,....

17
MAY
2018

U.K.-based air traffic control services provider NATS has made a $69 million equity investment in Aireon in order to help speed up the development of technologies for aviation surveillance. NATS said Wednesday its decision to buy a 10 percent equity stake in Aireon comes as the latter prepares to....

17
MAY
2018

The chip, called ADAR1000, operates in half-duplex: In receive (Rx) mode the four Rx inputs are combined to a common RF_IO pin; In Tx mode the RF_IO signal is split into the 4 Tx channels. In both modes, 31dB of gain control and 360° of phase control is provided (>6bit resolution = <0.5dB and <2.

17
MAY
2018

ATLANTIC CITY, New JerseyUnited Airlines and Alaska Airlines will test “paired approaches” to parallel runways using automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) In flight deck displays to guide pilots, an FAA official said. Planned in 2019, the paired-approach demonstration builds on the....

17
MAY
2018

has announced plans to select technology research-and-development projects to receive funds through the nonprofit company’s inaugural R&D Challenge. The company said Wednesday it will introduce the competition during the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference that is scheduled to take place....

17
MAY
2018

A growing presence at each year’s AirVenture Fly-Ins has been the availability of a number of electrically powered aircraft. While most are concept aircraft hoping for eventual production, one, the Pipistrel Alpha Electro, is already in production and for sale.

17
MAY
2018

will collaborate with Raytheon to design, test and deploy a mine neutralization system as part of the latter’s potential $363 million contract with the U.S. Navy. The Barracuda mine neutralization system is being designed as an autonomous unmanned underwater vehicle for detecting and addressing....

17
MAY
2018

As part of this agreement, Uber and RDECOM ARL also signed their first joint work statement to jointly fund and collaborate on research development of rotor technology, which may lead to ground-breaking discoveries to support Army Modernization Priorities.

17
MAY
2018

Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) bosses said yesterday they took cyber security “extremely seriously” after a report warned terminals were ill-equipped to deal with a major attack. International innovation and transformation” consultancy PA Consulting Group said passengers’ growing demand for....

17
MAY
2018

VOLUXIS, the international private jet operator, has launched in the UK and Middle East. A worldwide operator and AOC holder, VOLUXIS has a fleet of three high performance aircraft including a Hawker 800XP and Falcon 2000, based in both London and Dubai respectively.

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