Sarah Vanessa Poralla, Aerodrome Expert at the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and Dr.-Ing. Veit Voges, Senior Project Leader of Flight Ops Engineering at Zurich Airport, explore the threat posed by drones in the airport environment, and what can be done to prevent, mitigate and learn from them.
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Gary Cutts, Challenge Director of the UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Future Flight Challenge, spoke to International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, about the purpose of the challenge and how it is working to encourage innovation within the industry, as well as the importance of the development of future…
EASA's new guidance addresses unauthorised drone usage in the vicinity of airports, including by accident, with deliberate intent to disrupt, and criminal or terrorist motivation.
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…
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.
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.
Why Performance Based Oversight, SeMS and professionalisation of training are imperative for the aviation sector
Kirsty Wells, SeMS Programme Lead, and Nina Smith, Head of Training and Human Factors at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), discuss the move towards Performance Based Oversight and how SeMS is the stepping stone in achieving this, alongside the professionalisation of training.
Gilad Sahar, Business Director in NSO Group’s Counter-UAV division, tells International Airport Review about the technology developer’s Eclipse and Fleming solutions, and how they are supporting the aviation industry in combating malicious drone use and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four companies, including Incheon Airport, are to work on the development of urban air mobility (UAM) and establish a framework for test flights.
The DASA competition provides an opportunity to help further develop the critical counter-drone technical capabilities needed.
Due to reduced aircraft movements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and LVNL have been able to schedule a week-long drones trial.
Leah Hockley, International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager’s General Manager, regarding SESAR’s goal to digitalise the European airspace.
The new report considers how the UK is already working towards commercial drone development and what is yet to be done to further the current efforts.
By safely integrating drones into the airspace with support from aviation associations, commercial drone services have the opportunity to thrive.