IS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR ATCOS THE FUTURE?

IS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR ATCOS THE FUTURE?

On the 18th June I attended a Webinar entitled ‘Leading the way: Virtual Training for ATCOs’, of which our Manging Director, Conor Mullan, participated along with Greg Pile, MD from Micro Nav, Sharon Cooke from Airways International NZ and Waleed Al Riyami, Air Traffic Services Inspector from GCAA .

From airport capacity to environment – A new focus

From airport capacity to environment – A new focus

There have been large advancements in the last 20 years within final approach tool support, all with the goal of improving runway resilience and capacity.  A lot has changed in recent months, but most notable perhaps is the emergence of a new focus for future approach...
Re-thinking Hazard Identification

Re-thinking Hazard Identification

The aviation industry is obsessed with techniques and processes to demonstrate safety and rightly so. It is important that the right technique is applied for each situation. However, just because a technique is the tried and trusted way of doing something doesn’t mean...
Digital Towers Buyers’ Club

Digital Towers Buyers’ Club

Cross-border partnerships and alliances for procuring ATC systems are not new but we haven’t seen one for Digital Towers yet. Why is that and could they be a route to implementation for some potential operators?

ROMIAD: CATALYST OF ATM TRANSFORMATION

ROMIAD: CATALYST OF ATM TRANSFORMATION

Last week we announced the kick-off of Project RoMiAD (Role of Markets in AAS Deployment) project. In this blog, Maribel Tomás discusses what we want to explore in the project awarded by Engage, the SESAR Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN). Project RoMiAD is...
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