The Single European Sky ATM Research Joint Undertaking is a public-private partnership, established in 2007, responsible for the coordination and concentration of all European Union (EU) research and development activities in Air Traffic Management (ATM) as part of the SESAR programme. Initiated in 2004, the SESAR programme is the technological arm of the EU's Single European Sky initiative to integrate EU Member States' ATM systems. Founded by the EU and Eurocontrol, today the SESAR JU includes 19 members, representing over 100 organisations.
SESAR aims at developing the new generation air traffic management system capable of ensuring the safety and fluidity of air transport worldwide over the next 30 years.
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