Issues in Air Traffic Management
Your Office, US

Event description

Demand for air travel is returning, and passenger traffic is expected to double in the coming decades. In the United States and Europe, a fundamental shift is taking place in air-traffic control systems and procedures to accommodate and better manage this growth.

The vision of NextGen in the U.S. and SESAR in Europe depends on managed as opposed to controlled airspace, with aircraft operators, air navigation service providers and airports working collaboratively to execute optimized, gate-to-gate operations. Aided by enhanced automation and decisionmaking tools, the practice of air-traffic flow management (ATFM) will support increased airspace capacity, more efficient operations and reduced fuel burn and emissions in varying conditions. Aircraft equipped for ADS-B, performance-based navigation and controller/pilot datalink communications will take full advantage of system efficiencies.

What are the requirements for global air-traffic management, and what is being done by industry and government to achieve this vision? What are the institutional, technical and financial obstacles? For the answers to these and other questions, and for insight into the latest developments in ATM, weve assembled representatives of leading-edge companies for this live, online discussion, Issues in Air Traffic Management.

Among the discussion points:

What has been the progress toward ATM in the United States and Europe?

Which efficiencies will result from air-traffic flow management and who will benefit?

How will decisions be made across multiple domains of airports, ANSPs and operators?

What are the human factors considerations of enhanced automation and decisionmaking?

Which equipment will be required on the aircraft to benefit from ATM efficiencies?

What is being done to harmonize ATM across international boundaries?
Attend from your desktop or conference room. Invite your whole team to attend at one low price of $297 per location. Each registration comes with access to the archived version of the program and the materials for one year.

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