Symposium Runway Surface Conditions Assessment and Reporting
STAC was very pleased to organize this Symposium on Runway Surface Conditions Assessment and Reporting at the DGAC Head Office in Paris 31 March and 1 April 2016. The Symposium was a real success since 183 people did participate (for 202 registrations).
We are now on the way of implementation of the Runway Condition Report (RCR) following the recent amendments of ICAO provisions adopted by the Council in March 2016 for application in 2020.
Hopefully the Symposium is a first step of a long series of events which will promote and frame the RCR implementation at the Regional and States’ levels.
The exchanges during question sessions, coffee breaks and lunches, were very fruitful and enriching. The presence of multiple nationalities and most stakeholders involved in the implementation of the RCR have contributed to this success.
Please find below links to download the presentations of the Symposium, as well as supplementary materials. By end of June 2016, STAC will prepare an overview paper to illustrate the main feedbacks and conclusions of the Symposium.
Opening Speech by Richard THUMMEL (Deputy head of the French Oversight Authority of Civil Aviation, DSAC) and Mickaël THIERY (deputy head of the Airfield Infrastructures department of STAC)
"I welcome you warmly on behalf of DGAC for this Symposium on the Assessment and Reporting of Runway Surface Conditions. This Symposium follows the recent adoption by the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) and ICAO Council of multiple amendments of Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) and Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS) relating to fundamental improvements in assessing and reporting runway surface conditions." Read more...
Introduction of the Symposium by Armann NORHEIM, Rapporteur of ICAO/FTF
"It is my privilege to outline for you the scope of this two--day Symposium on Runway Surface Conditions Assessment and Reporting. The scope can be divided into four categories; namely: 1. Illustrate forthcoming evolutions of the regulatory framework, 2. Share feedbacks, 3. Present state of knowledge, 4. Research and innovative works... " Read more...
SESSION TALPA trial programs
Charles J. ENDERS - FAA (USA)
Yoichi HAMAHIRA - Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (Japan)
Paul FRASER-BENNISON - CAA/UK (United Kingdom)
Presented by Jean-Louis PIRAT – STAC (France)
Martin SCHILT - BAZL/FOCA/OFAC (Switzerland)
Giorgio CASCONE - ENAC (Italy)
Hai PHAM DOAN - DGAC/STAC (France)
SESSION Solution to prevent runway excursions (H2020 Future Sky Safety project)
Gerard van ES - NLR (The Netherlands)
Fr�d�ric BARBARESCO - Thales Air Systems (France)
SESSION Reporting solutions: procedures and systems
Fabien MOLL and Logan JONES – Airbus
Leonard TAYLOR - Tradewind Scientific Ltd. (Canada)
Alex KLEIN-PASTE - NTNU (Norway)
Blandine LANDFRIED - Paris Airports (France) and Pierre JOUNIAUX - Safety Line (France)
Steve McKEOWN - Team Eagle (Canada)
Joerg SIMON - Munich Airport (Germany)
Jean-Michel DUBOIS - DGAC/STAC (France) and Blandine LANDFRIED - Paris Airports (France)
SESSION On the way to implement the Runway Condition Code - Round table
Andre SKANDSEN (Norway) and Peter RIX (Germany) - European Cockpit Association
John ARNE LANDE - Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norway)
Round table: Stakeholders’ perspectives
Martin GREENE - TRL (United Kingdom)
Véronique CEREZO - IFSTTAR (France)
Armann NORHEIM - ICAO/FTF (Norway)
Raymond ZEE - FAA (USA)
Jonathan GERTHOFFERT - DGAC/STAC (France)
Supplementary materials prepared by Armann NORHEIM
Updated on August 27 2018