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Airservices Australia releases corporate plan outlining how the organisation will continue to support the long-term growth of Australia's aviation industry.
The Digital Twin concept gives an airport operator the chance to make decisions within a data model, analyse the outcome and optimise the result. Are you using it yet?
The new automatic parking system will reduce delays through faster turn-arounds, while simultaneously heightening safety, as part of Eurocontrol's Europe-wide initiative.
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,…
The aviation industry is currently facing extreme growth in air traffic. In European airspace, for example, 33,000 flights per day are being recorded on average. According to EUROCONTROL, there will be almost twice as many flights by 2030. The tasks of the players involved in the complex aviation system will…
With the ability to measure operational efficiency, realtimeDXB provides enhanced decision-support tools to improve operations and manage disruption more effectively.
Droniq provides a technical platform to track drones, enabling flights beyond the visual line of sight of the pilot in the future.
The second phase of HIA's 'Smart Airport' programme sets to initiate a major digital transformation of the passenger journey across all key terminal touch points.
CANSO says that network approach, new technologies and a performance-based regulatory framework is key to improving the future of Europe's ATM.
EUROCONTROL has seen a rise in the use of A-CDM for enhanced network predictability and reduction of delays, both at the airport and en-route.
As the role of air traffic controllers shifts to a more observatory role, does neuroscience hold the key to ensuring this change doesn't affect air traffic flows?
ANSPs and States need to work towards a more network- and cross-border-focused mindset to ensure a seamless airspace is achieved.
The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) has launched a best practice guide to help increase operational coordination between aviation stakeholders and enable safer, more efficient air traffic flow.
Information in the aviation industry is the richest tool, but when mishandled it can become the greatest weapon. Christian Poulsen, Vice President of Assets and Technology at Copenhagen Airports, reveals how the airport operator has invested in System Wide Information Management to streamline the use of data within its organisations.