Ingénieurs - Sciences et Technologies
MS Air Ground Collaborative Systems Engineering
Objectif de la formation :
As a matter of fact, the main actor in air traffic :
- the aircraft itself
- is now monitored by both the air navigation service providers and by the airlines.
Air navigation service providers ensure air traffic management (ATM) and guarantee air traffic safety, punctuality and coherence between all activities in the airspace, including military activities.
On the other hand, airlines monitor the operations of their own aircraft, and adjust in real time the flight schedule and the allocation of aircraft and crew to recover from unexpected events.
Due to growth of air traffic, the main needs of air navigation service providers and airlines include maintaining or even increasing flight safety, increasing the airspace capacity, improving flight punctuality and ensuring adequate return on investment.
A higher cooperation between aircraft, air navigation service providers and airlines through new avionics systems is a way to tackle those needs. Avionics encompasses all the electronic systems on board of an aircraft, which contribute to the functions of piloting, navigation, communication and surveillance.
Today, avionics challenge is to adapt to the aircraft changing environment.
The purpose of the specialized master in Air-Ground Collaborative Systems Engineering (Postgraduate degree) is to provide to the student with in-depth and comprehensive knowledge in systems engineering and applications dedicated to aircraft, air traffic control and air - ground integration.
The training is multidisciplinary and involves major companies of the aeronautical sector. The ranges of topics span aircraft operations, communication, navigation and surveillance systems, avionics technology, certification, project management, human factors and collaborative applications dedicated to airlines and Air Traffic Management.
From an employment perspective, the aim is to educate managers being able to actively participate in the development, the certification or the maintenance of avionics systems, air traffic control systems or systems dedicated to air-ground integration.
Crédits ECTS :
Critères d'admission :
Niveau d'entrée : Bac+5
Diplôme d’ingénieur en Aéronautique, Automatique, Electronique, Informatique, Télécommunications ou équivalent
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Sciences, Aeronautical Eng
Niveau de sortie : Bac+6
The Mastère Spécialisé Air-ground collaborative systems engineering prepares students to integrate and manage interdisciplinary teams with a view to taking up the position of systems engineer or project manager in the firm.
Job opportunities with:
- avionics systems manufacturers
- Air traffic management systems manufacturers
- aircraft manufacturers
- aeronautical telecommunication companies
- Service providers
Partnership and orientation comity
Airbus, Dassault Aviation, Rockwell Collins, Thales ATM and Thales Avionics are partners of the Specialized master in Air-Ground Collaborative Systems Engineering. They contribute to the teaching effort, optimize the relevance of the training and propose internships.
An orientation comity made of ENAC and DGAC experts, and members from these companies contributes to the evolution and adaptation of the academic sequence.
In addition Lufthansa Technical Training is associated to the teaching effort and backs the Specialized master in Air-Ground Collaborative Systems Engineering.
Durée des cours : 1 an
Début des cours : septembre
Inscription avant : mail
Coût de la formation : 12 000 euros
Nom du directeur de la formation : Thierry Miquel
Date de création de la formation : 1986
Coordonnées de la formation :
ENAC - Toulouse - Ecole nationale de l'aviation civile
Adresse : 7 avenue Edouard-Belin CS 54005 31055 Toulouse Cedex 4
Téléphone : 05 62 17 40 00
Site de la formation : www.enac.fr
Autre site : http://www.alumni.enac.fr