ATM performance data - can we do better?

https://www.fabec.eu/registrations/experttalks/
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It's not just the tech sector that relies on understanding vast amounts of detailed, dynamic data. Air traffic management (ATM) operations and the performance scheme which underlies the European ATM system also rely on the gathering and analysis of huge amounts of data. The only problem is that this data is often hard to understand, not always complete and difficult to use for communication purposes.

Therefore, InterFAB is launching a series of Expert Talks to provide a platform where experiences can be shared and views exchanged on the key issues which relate to data and performance in ATM.

The key issues include:

  • Important data is not available or there are currently no metrics available - such as environmental data and actual, rather than estimated, punctuality data.
  • Key performance data sets are difficult or almost impossible to gather and measure.
  • Published data used for performance measurement is often obsolete or not based on state-of-the-art methodologies such as big data analysis or more dimensional statistical models.
  • Data sets are often not based on a common understanding of terms or their limitations.

InterFAB is working with Eurocontrol/PRU to get a better understanding of some of these issues and will host a series of monthly webinars through the year to autumn 2021 to cover the key ATM performance measurement issues in which data plays a crucial role.

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