Safe Aviation Tyrol

The overarching project goal of SafeAviationTyrol are practicable and quickly deployable solutions for the security issues associated with drones. This includes

a) the location of drones and aircraft close to the ground
b) the avoidance of collisions with civil aviation, as well as
c) secured fast data radio connections.

Through preliminary work and user surveys, the corporate partners quickly recognized and analyzed where technical solutions were still needed on the ground and in the air. With the support of the scientific partners, they are now focusing on the development of these strategically important hardware components and the creation of system-supporting technical infrastructure.

The project follows the new regulatory requirements of the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), currently Opinion 01-2018, and the European ATM (AirtrafficManagement) master plan. The central starting point of all IT solutions is the secure central database of all live flight movements recorded in this project. The subsequent further expansion to functionally complete and validated operative information solutions for aviation (Uspace 1-4) can be carried out quickly through the selection and system integration of suitable operative software solutions. These are currently being developed and evaluated internationally.

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund. More information on IGJ/ERDF can be found at

Project Lead
Ronald Stärz
Ing. Ronald Stärz, BSc, MSc Senior Lecturer +43 512 2070 - 3931This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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