Regional Focus: Advancing ATM Research & Development in the Asia Pacific – Spotlight on ASI
Innovation in the ATM industry has become even more crucial in the wake of COVID-19. From improving safety and efficiency through automation, to building resilience, sustainability and scalability, a strong focus on innovation and technology will be required to drive change in a post-pandemic world.
To help ANSPs identify and harness new and emerging technologies, research and development centres are playing an increasingly important role in the transformation of ATM. We invite you to join our third webinar in the ATM R&D series – Regional Focus: Advancing ATM Research & Development in the Asia Pacific -Spotlight on ASI.
This webinar addressed some of the latest ATM R&D activities currently underway at the Aviation Studies Institute (ASI). The Aviation Studies Institute in SUTD is established jointly with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. It’s goal is to establish a world-leading centre of aviation policy research and thought leadership. It is dedicated to addressing the needs of aviation stakeholders in general and Air Traffic Management (ATM) policy makers in particular to advance the development of aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.
This webinar examined the following topics:
- Introduction to ATM Air Traffic Capacity in a Post-COVID ASEAN Region
- Understanding Convective Weather Events and Their Impact on Air Traffic Management
- Understanding the benefits of System Wide Information Management (SWIM) from an Air Traffic Flow Management Viewpoint
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This was the third in a series of webinars, with a fourth held on 2 March. You can see the slides and watch the presentation of the first here, and the second here.