A Single Global ATM System – Separating the Vision from the Reality
Posted: 24 November 2010 | CANSO | No comments yet
The twenty-first ATC Global exhibition and conference, to be held between March 8-10 2011, is taking place at a critical point in the history of the global air traffic management (ATM) industry…
The twenty-first ATC Global exhibition and conference, to be held between March 8-10 2011, is taking place at a critical point in the history of the global air traffic management (ATM) industry. The industry is about to take a huge leap into the future, as ANSPs and governments around the world plan with their neighbours the introduction of the first building blocks to a truly global ATM system.
The prestigious conference titled ‘A Single Global ATM System – The Vision and The Reality’ is where the industry’s foremost decision-makers will meet to examine the challenges that inter-operability, cooperation and partnership will bring as a result of ANSP and government actions to build a truly global ATM system.
The conference focuses on the global challenges of providing safe and efficient ATM services, especially the political, technical, institutional and legal aspects of developing ATM services at a regional level. Topics include ‘The pathway to global interoperability’, ‘Crisis management and contingency planning to avoid airspace closure’ and ‘Identifying the future role of regulators in ensuring effective pan-national ATM service provision’. ATC Global 2011 Conference offers a line up of leading industry speakers, including Brigadier Luiz Cláudio Ribeiro da Silva, Head of our Operations Sub Department, DECEA, Brazil; Mr. Graham Lake the Director General of CANSO and Mr. David McMillan, the Director General of EUROCONTROL, as well as a wide range of influential speakers from many rapidly-expanding traffic areas of the world where the dynamics and economics of ATM service provision offer particular challenges.
With the industry back in growth phase, this conference is crucial for leaders within the ATM community to understand how the ANSP industry will evolve in the next few years, and how the regulatory system will develop to enhance global ANS performance. At the end of the conference all attendees are able to attend day three of the free-of-charge exhibition, making the event a one-stop source of industry information. For some attendees the event provides an environment to specify, source and compare products and services while for others it is a great opportunity to interact with other high-calibre influential leaders from around the world to start building strategic and profitable relationships year after year.
Conference attendees registering before 22nd December will receive an early bird discount, which offers a reduction of up to 43% from the standard rate. For more information on the ATC Global conference and exhibition, including where to register, please visit www.atcevents.com.