ANASTASIA - Airborne New and Advanced Satellite techniques & Technologies in A System Integrated Approach

The overall scientific and technical objective of ANASTASIA is to define navigation and communications avionics based on satellite services that will best meet the needs of civil aviation from 2010 to 2020.

The project includes the definition of an optimised avionics architecture and the resulting recommendations for ground and space infrastructures.

It includes the preliminary system development of advanced airborne systems for flight trial evaluation and the dissemination of the results for standardisation activities.

TriaGnoSys' contribution is the commercial analysis for the communications segment, and the investigation of an advanced antenna and modem controller for multi-tracking electronically steered antennas, with some focus on PAT algorithms.

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ANASTASIA project team:

Airbus, ASCOM, Dassault, Data Respons, DLR, EADS, ERA Technology, Gatehouse, GEO-ZUP, Imperial College London, Inmarsat Ltd, INSA/ENAC, Joanneum Research, Marconi-Selenia, NLR, Rhea system, RISDE, SIREHNA, SKYSOFT, Technical University Braunschweig, Thales Avionics, TriaGnoSys, University of Vigo, University College of London, University of Surrey, Wireless Intelligent Systems Ltd

In the framework of the IST 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission.