Set to open in 2021, the Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) at Cranfield University aims to bring together sector leads from across the aviation industry within a collaborative research environment to create, experiment and challenge the digital status quo. International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, spoke with three…
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According to Definitions in Article 2(1) and (10) of Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of the single European sky, air traffic control (ATC) means a service provided for the purpose of preventing collisions, and expediting and maintaining an orderly flow of air traffic; whilst air traffic management (ATM) means the aggregation of the airborne and ground-based functions required to ensure the safe and efficient movement of aircraft during all phases of operations.
Both are two vital sectors within the aviation industry – all management of arriving and departing aircraft is of course essential for the safety of both passengers and staff.
Furthermore, ATC/ATM has the potential to assist in increasing an airport’s capacity, therefore enhancing revenue generation and traffic growth. By processing flights more efficiently, an airport could increase its output; greatly enhancing its future potential.
Of course this cannot come at a cost to safety, so within this core topic International Airport Review details how airports, air navigation service providers (ANSPs), airport operators and airport authorities are balancing the need for stringent safety policies with the want to increase capacity, using new technologies, automation, updated regulations and revised management systems.
Moventor has generated a list of things to check to ensure you have done all the preparation needed when the GRF applies.
As part of the UK's Future Flight Challenge, Heathrow will research the use of new technologies and create a blueprint for making zero carbon aviation a reality.
The SESAR Deployment Manager will use the CP1 regulation to guide operational stakeholders on what has to be done, how, where and by when, with the aim of accelerating the digitalisation of European ATM towards a greener aviation industry.
See how airports manage the drone threat by deploying purpose-built radars ELVIRA® and IRIS®. They detect, track and classify drones in airspace.
Jochen Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing at Guntermann & Drunck GmbH (G&D), speaks to International Airport Review about how the company is dealing with the pandemic and helping airports to integrate KVM solutions into their ATC.
More airports are introducing innovative measures to mitigate bird strikes. See how Schiphol in Amsterdam uses avian radar to tackle the risk.
The project has secured partial funding through the UK government’s Future of Flight Challenge to look at the feasibility of an air taxi service in the UK's South West region.
An AGS Airports-led consortium will work on the CAELUS project to demonstrate how autonomous drone technology can enhance access to essential medical supplies across Scotland.
17 December 2020 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
As a joint initiative of ACI and IATA, NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) creates a shared vision for the future of travel. While the first webinar confirmed the validity of and the need for the concepts of NEXTT in these difficult times for the air travel industry, this second webinar looked…
The APOC enables the airport to integrate all of the functions related to airport operations in a single place and manage its overall performance in real time.