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DFS and Atech deliver air traffic flow management system for India

At the end of July, the Brazilian system manufacturer Atech won the bid issued by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to provide an air traffic flow management (ATFM) system. Atech and the German air navigation service provider DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung are supplying the system SkyFlow together on a partnership basis worldwide. The solution will be implemented within the next 2 1/2 years. In the project, DFS will contribute their in-depth experience in ATFM and support Atech in developing the safety case, operational training plans and during the certification process for the system.

Validating an Appropriate Fidelity Definition for Air Traffic Control Simulation Training

Can you help with a survey to look at how simulation is used in ATC Training? Study PurposeSimulation use for training purposes has seen a continuing rise over the past two decades as they are viewed as more cost-effective and efficient methods for training. The aviation industry has long been proponents of simulation as a powerful training tool and its extensive use in a variety of training programs is a clear sign of that. However, the integration of simulation within training programs has been based heavily on its ability to replicate the working environment, known as a simulation’s …

Six ATM projects selected for €9.39 million EU (TEN-T) funding

EU supports key TEN-T infrastructure projects with over €320 million - In the last Calls of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T) Programme the European Commission selected a total of 106 projects that will benefit from over €320 million in EU support for improving transport infrastructure across Europe. The 52 projects selected from the 2013 Multi-Annual Call and the 54 from the 2013 Annual Call will use the EU’s financial support to bring forward the completion of the TEN-T network as well as studying innovative ways of reducing the transport sector’s carbon …

Groundbreaking Intelligent Aerospace Event Issues Call for Papers

Unique event invites technical papers on innovative solutions enhancing, streamlining, and integrating end-to-end aerospace workflows, ground-to-air transportation, and global aerospace community. - Intelligent Aerospace Conference Director Courtney E. Howard is issuing a Call for Papers for the Intelligent Aerospace 2015 conference, to be held 6-8 Oct. 2015 at Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Intelligent Aerospace 2015 Call for Papers invites industry participation in the all-new, one-of-a-kind industry event crafted by experienced industry veterans to unite and integrate all …

Volandia - Museum of Aeronautics

VOLANDIA is the biggest Italian Museum of Aeronautics. Its location close to the international Malpensa airport allows thousands of visitors to admire modern and historic aircrafts, onboard equipment and materials. The Museum is hosted in the buildings once owned by the Caproni aircraft factory, that was one of the excellence companies in this field. Visitors have the unique opportunity of visiting a museum that also explains how historic airplanes were designed and assembled in the early decades of the past century. Modern aircrafts are also shown, from the Second World War to recent times.

Joint Efforts to Improve Safety

Industry and Government Industry and Governments Address Safety Over Conflict Zones Address Safety Over Conflict Zones - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) joined with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Airports Council International (ACI) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) in a declaration committing the parties to review processes for the overflight of conflict zones. The high-level meeting was called by ICAO in the aftermath of the tragic downing of MH17 over the Ukraine earlier this month.

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