16 May Schiphol becomes CDM Airport through NMOC DPI connection

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16 May 2018, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has achieved the status of CDM Airport, by connecting to EUROCONTROL Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC).

Departure Planning Information (DPI) messages are sent via B2B web service of EUROCONTROL to the Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS) in NMOC.

To70 played a major role in that achievement through Eugène Tuinstra together with Karin Elbers as project leaders CDM@AMS and LVNL, as well as operations data analysis of Ruud van Gils.

The CDM@AMS program is a joint effort by stakeholders KLM, LVNL and AAS for the implementation of Airport CDM at Schiphol airport. The NMOC integration is the last phase of the program, bringing more efficiency in departure planning through enhanced predictability.

Over the next few years, To70 will continue to support the Schiphol stakeholders in their aim to enhance predictability, reduce operational workload, and comply with international regulation.

Eugène Tuinstra has been project leader in the CDM@AMS program since his appointment in 2016, leading a team of experts preparing the connection to the Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC) in EUROCONTROL.

AAS has published their press release at news.schiphol.com. For more information please find contact details below and click on the PDF icon to download the article.

 

About To70. To70 was founded in The Netherlands in 2000 and has since expanded with offices in Europe, Australia, Asia and Latin-America. Our clients include airports, airlines, governments and air navigation service providers. At to70 we believe that society’s demand for transport and mobility can be met in a safe, efficient, environmentally friendly and economically viable manner. To achieve this, policy and business decisions have to be based on objective information. With our diverse team of specialists and generalists to70 provides pragmatic solutions and expert advice, based on high-quality data-driven analyses.

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