Our team

A young and dynamic team serving the aviation industry

The General Secretariat is responsible for the Association operations and administration, relations with EUROCAE Members, as well as the creation, supervision and coordination of all Working Groups. It also assumes EUROCAE representation towards external bodies, including agreements negotiation.

Working

Working Groups

The primary task of Working Groups is to prepare performance specifications and similar documents that may be adopted as standards by the aviation industry.

These standards are often referenced by the aviation authorities or international organisations. They are most frequently Minimum Operational Performance Specifications (MOPS) or Minimum Aviation System Performance Specifications (MASPS), although User Guides and other advisory material are also developed.

Working groups

Our history

The European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment is a non-profit organisation dedicated to aviation standardisation since 1963.

Discover more about the evolution of the organisation over more than half a century of aviation history.

Our history

Our future topics

EUROCAE is always ready to start any activity that our members deem important.

Write us what you're interested to see as new activities at EUROCAE.

Our future topics

Sustainable future

More and more we see that performance-based regulations nowadays have an influence on our work programme and standards are needed more than ever to complete the deployment or roll-out package.

Sustainable future

Expected evolutions in aviation

EUROCAE is at the forefront of new developments in aviation.

Expected evolutions in aviation

European ATM Standardisation Coordination Group

The EASCG was created as a joint advisory group to coordinate the European ATM-related standardisation activities, essentially stemming from the European ATM Master Plan, in support of Single European Sky (SES) implementation.

EUROCAE plays a leading role in this coordination group.

Sustainable future

European UAS Standards Coordination Group

Standardisation is one of the processes that allows this harmonised approach to be implemented. Currently there are multiple organisations active in developing such standards at different levels. This increases the risk of gaps and overlaps in the various standardisation activities. Considering the successful example of the EASCG which coordinates the standardisation activities in the area of ATM, it was decided to put in place a similar arrangement in the area of UAS – the European UAS Standards Coordination Group (EUSCG).

Sustainable future