Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World, discusses how automation is critical for the aviation industry to identify key opportunities and concerns related to operating vehicles at airports.
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The funds provided by DASA will be used to develop new technologies in order to detect, disrupt and defeat any malicious use of drones.
The government bill will work towards modernising the airspace and ensuring drone technology will not be used as a threat.
A drone has been used for data collection at Edmonton Airport to predict when to conduct preventative maintenance on its runways.
Safety and security are necessary elements to secure passenger satisfaction, but weather, fuel spillages and unplanned occurrences can cause massive disruptions. International Airport Review asked Gatwick Airport’s Incident Operations Manager how he prepares for unprecedented events.
The new Counter-Drone Strategy aims to harness the benefits of drone technology by protecting the public from malicious or criminal use.
A new report has said that to remain resilient, UK airports should be prepared for disruptive technologies and share data.
ACI World Director General, Angela Gittens, has expressed the industry's need for "harmonised processes for the detection of, and counter measures against, unauthorised drone operations."
Connected Places Catapult aims to help the aviation industry capture the potential of commercial drones whilst maintaining the necessarily stringent levels of safety.
Roadmap for drones, staff training, standardisation, human super recognisers, regulatory landscapes and future thinking are just some of the topics being covered in day two of AITS' security stream.
Climate change will be the pressing issue as ICAO’s 193 member states meet in Montreal from 24 September until 4th October 2019.
With an inspiring keynote speech from Chris Woodroofe, and Richard Duncan's Chair address, the security stream of AITS is officially open.
Labelled 100 per cent safe and 100 per cent illegal, the plight of the drone comes back to haunt Heathrow Airport as more climate activists demand their voices are heard.