For International Airport Review, Darren MacLeod, Head of ICT and Digital Transformation at Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd, outlines the operator’s £34 million digital remote towers project - the largest project of its kind in the UK.
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Conor Mullan, Associate Member Representative on the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization’s (CANSO) Executive Committee and Managing Director of Think Research, discusses the progress that CANSO members have made on remote and digital towers in the last 10 years, what direction the concept might take from here and how members…
In this Guide To, we hear about the world’s largest remote towers programme; the progress that CANSO members have made on remote and digital towers in the last 10 years; and £34 million digital remote towers project - the largest project of its kind in the UK.
Digital remote towers help to leverage shared assets, improve efficiency, and enable new concepts of operations. Regina Bruzek, Frequentis’ Remote Tower Expert and Rainer Kaufhold, Research and Development Expert at DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, talk to International Airport Review about the latest validation results, future scenarios and operational excellence.
In this issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: VINCI’s new end-to-end biometric assistant – MONA; Bristol Airport’s quest to becoming net zero carbon by 2050; and also, a sneak preview to our Rebuilding Airports Event which is taking place in May.
Jochen Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing at Guntermann & Drunck GmbH (G&D), speaks to International Airport Review about how the company is dealing with the pandemic and helping airports to integrate KVM solutions into their ATC.
RC Raman, Manager of Airport Safety and Operations at ACI World, provides an overview on the evolution of remote digital towers.
SDATS will work in collaboration with LVNL to further develop remote tower technology and introduce it into operation in the Netherlands.
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,…
David McMillan, Chair of the ATM Policy Institute, says that the development and digitalisiation of the air traffic management industry is a change that has taken a long time to be accepted industry wide, and this ongoing development can only happen with continued liberalisation within the industry.
Remote tower – the concept of carrying out air traffic control services from any location using a multitude of local sensors, visual and infrared cameras and surveillance solutions – has created an exciting opportunity to enhance the way air traffic is monitored and managed and reduce the cost of operations.…
7 May 2019 | By HungaroControl
As remote tower technology continues to develop, the idea of centralised multiple single remote towers is gaining traction. Csaba Gergely, Senior Air Traffic Management Advisor and Daniel Mcleod, Key Account Manager at HungaroControl, discuss how this concept is fast becoming a reality.
We explore how airports are benefiting from remote tower technology, and how it can assist the productivity and safety of air traffic control and management, both at large hubs and smaller regional settings.