From digital tower to digital airport: How technology is transforming air traffic services
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
For some, the idea of a digital tower means recreating what you already have in a remote location, but the reality can be so much more.
NATS and Searidge are working with airports to combine the latest camera and machine learning technology with airfield and ATM data to solve some universal challenges – from low visibility to stand management.
The result is a genuine digital airport, where disparate systems come together to help people make the best possible decisions, improving safety, operational resilience and the passenger experience.
In this webinar:
- Learn how artificial intelligence and machine learning can deliver practical benefits to your airport
- Discover how digital tower technology can be applied within your existing tower to solve real operational challenges
- Hear case studies from airports around the world.
Andy Taylor, Chief Solution Officer, Digital Towers, NATS
Andy has nearly 30 years of experience in the air traffic management industry, leading, developing and delivering innovative ATC solutions for global customers to increase airport capacity and operational performance.
As Chief Solutions Officer, Andy works across both NATS and Searidge Technologies, with responsibility for the joint development of the partnership’s Digital Tower offering. He is currently leading the deployment of the world’s largest Digital Tower programme at Singapore’s Changi Airport, together with establishing a network of Digital Tower Laboratories.
Alex Sauriol, Co-Founder and CTO, Searidge Technologies
Alex has been innovating in aviation technology for over 20 years. As co-founder of Searidge, he was the visionary behind their award winning technology and has co-authored several industry patents.
In his current role as CTO, Alex is responsible for driving the Searidge technology roadmap, leading the service delivery team and aligning technology development and corporate strategy to enable Searidge to anticipate, shape, and lead major market transitions.
Air traffic control/management (ATC/ATM), Airport construction and design, Airport crisis management, Foreign object detection (FOD), Ground handling, Information technology (IT), Security, Winter operations