Final programme and speakers confirmed for May-14-15 fragmentation workshop

- Budapest, Hungary.

The final programme and speakers have been confirmed for the Fragmentation in Air Traffic Management research workshop to take place on 14-15 May 2019 in Budapest, organised by FAB Central Europe (FAB CE) and FAB Europe Central (FABEC) in partnership with the FSR Florence School of Regulation and the German Aviation Research Society (GARS).

The event brings together high level representatives of national and European policy-making institutions, air navigation service providers, research organisations and academic organisations to understand the impact of fragmentation on ATM system performance and whether current assumptions on the impact of fragmentation are indeed valid.

Speakers from the Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology, the European Commission, Eurocontrol and Functional Airspace Blocks throughout the continent will share their views on a wide range of topics associated with the core subject matter, including the impact of fragmentation on the aviation chain - especially in respect to the performance of the ATM system in terms of safety, capacity, environment and cost-effectiveness - the practical consequences of fragmentation on air traffic operations and what models are available to address the benefits and disadvantages of fragmentation.

The conference will be held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Széchenyi István Square 9, 1051 Hungary.

 

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