Researcher in the Drone unit at the EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre
Andrew Hately is a researcher in the Drone unit at the EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre in France. He was the technical coordinator of the CORUS project which between 2017 and 2019 produced a concept of operation for U-space, Europe’s UTM system. He is now the technical coordinator for CORUS-XUAM the CORUS extension for Urban Air Mobility, a project that aims to both explain and demonstrate how U-space supports UAM. He also participates in a number of other U-space research projects including BUBBLES and DACUS, as well as EUROCONTROL tasks such as support to states, technical support to EASA, cooperation with EUROCONTROL partners and so on.
Andrew has worked in research at EUROCONTROL for more than a decade, on a wide range of topics including the ATM applications of Extended Projected Profile (EPP), the application of trajectory uncertainty in traffic prediction, ADS-B-In applications, Short Term ATFCM Measure (STAM) processes and tools, real time and model based simulation. Prior to research, Andrew developed flight plan processing software in EUROCONTROL’s Network Management directorate.