Navigation and Air Traffic Management Department

The Navigation and Air Traffic Management Department is an organizational unit of the Navigation Institute, whose basic task is to educate students in the field of navigation and air traffic management,  to conduct research as regards engineering and technical studies in the field of civil engineering and transport, including primarily navigation and precise aircraft positioning and remote transmission of navigation data.

With regard to the teaching process, the staff of the Department conduct classes
with civil and military students of first and second degree studies in Aviation
and Aeronautics, and with civil and military students of first and second degree studies in Navigation, as well as postgraduate courses and training events.

 

Geo-Information Science and Meteorology Department

The Geo-Information Science and Meteorology Department was established
on October 1st 2019 for educational purposes as an organizational unit of the Institute of Navigation, subordinated to the Vice-Rector for Education of the Military University of Aviation in Dęblin. The organizational structure of the Department consists of two laboratories: the Geo-Information Laboratory – “GEOLAB" and the Aviation Meteorology Laboratory.

Scope of activities of the Aviation Meteorology Laboratory:

 conducting classes:

  • for students of Navigation as well as Aviation and Astronautics;
  • for participants of military training courses such as:
  • preparatory courses for military aircraft crews to perform flights according to Instrument Flights Rules (IFR) at the Academic Aviation Training Center (AATC) ;
  • courses for air traffic controllers at the Certified Air Traffic Service Personnel Training Center
  • basic training courses for unmanned aerial vehicle operators with a take-off weight of up to 150 kg at the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Training Center;

■ as part of the training conducted by the  AATC in the following specialties:

  •  jet pilot to obtain a PPL (A) tourist pilot license;
  • helicopter pilot to obtain a PPL (H) helicopter pilot license;
  • transport aircraft pilot to obtain a CPL (A) professional pilot license with IR (A) and multi-engine pilot ;

■ conducting applied research in the field of Meteorology used in both military and civilian aviation.

Scope of activities of the "GEOLAB" Geo-Information Laboratory:

■ conducting classes in the fields of Aviation and Astronautics as well as Navigation in the following subjects:

  • Geographical Information Systems in Aviation and Navigation;
  • Satellite Remote Sensing;
  • Image Recognition;
  • Spatial Analysis in Airport Management;

■ conducting applied research in the field of Geo-Information Science as well as Aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing used in both military and civil aviation;