With air traffic control on the cusp of a digital revolution involving remote towers, Jersey Airport’s Air Traffic Controller, Peter Moore, explains how the airport overcame some of the challenges involved, including the use of eye-tracking technology.
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LCY encourages the education pipeline to produce enough individuals with the right STEM skills for the future of aviation.
As the aviation industry is set to grow exponentially, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has insisted we "get to grips with commercial aviation greenhouse gas emissions".
Ports of Jersey has been following remote tower technology for many years, having recognised very early on that this would revolutionise the future provision of air traffic control services. Recently appointed Jersey Airport Director, Inez Bartolo, explains some of the reasons behind the company’s decision to pursue remote tower technology,…
With projects ranging from air taxis to AI in air traffic control, the UK CAA's 'Innovation Sandbox' plans to keep UK aviation at the forefront of technology.
Partnership between Cranfield University, Thales and Vodafone will see an investment in technology which is able to see the exact position of drones, ensuring drone use is safe beyond the line of sight.
Cranfield University has carried out successful trails of a suction robot which can detect and repair damage to aircraft, as part of the CompInnova Project.
The Eagle Lab at Cranfield is the first on-campus aviation technology lab to act as a base for ambitious aviation, innovation and entrepreneurship projects.
The first digital air traffic control centre, which has opened in Cranfield University, replicates what can be seen through the windows of a traditional air traffic control tower.
Cranfield University, leaders in aviation technology, reveal plans for leading research role in autonomous systems and artificial intelligence.
Blue Bear and Cranfield University create experimentation corridor for the testing of drones, which will combine academia and industry experts.
A major aerospace research institution has set out its main goals for dealing with problems arising from the magnitude of passengers expected to use the air transport in the coming decades.
It has been announced today that a new £65 million Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) will be built at Cranfield University to spearhead the UK’s research into digital aviation technology. Once constructed, DARTeC will provide research facilities unprecedented in Europe.
No longer reliant on airline fees to generate their revenue, airports are increasingly looking to non-aeronautical revenue streams to boost their income. From traditional retailing, to car park facilities, to business development opportunities and of course route enhancements, airports still have many opportunities to enhance their returns...