Regional Focus: Space-Based ADS-B applications in Asia Pacific: A more dynamic, collaborative and harmonised future
The APAC region is one like no other, with millions of square kilometres of oceanic airspace, mountains, jungle, archipelagos, all combined with some of the densest traffic in the world.
In conjunction with the CANSO Asia Pacific Conference 2021, Aireon hosted a workshop detailing the latest system status and performance, new product offerings and how Aireon’s data is being applied to various operational scenarios in APAC and throughout the world.
Experts discussed the benefits of space-based ADS-B and how it can provide greater situational awareness, support procedural air traffic control, reduce pilot/ATC workload, and act as an overall safety net to back existing surveillance processes. Some of Aireon’s regional customers also offered their insight into the deployment of space-based ADS-B for air traffic surveillance, air traffic flow management, data sharing and cross-border collaboration.
Space-based ADS-B can bring the global aviation community together and solve the issues of tomorrow with the solutions of today, enabling a more dynamic, collaborative, and harmonized future.
- Adam Burford, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, Aireon
- Greg Dunstone, Sales Engineer, Aireon
- Chris Devlin, Director of Product Management, Aireon
- Herman Rai, Chief Engineer, NiuSky Pacific
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