airspace magazine #49
What’s on offer
The latest issue of airspace explores how the industry is planning for the future, key considerations and the tools for success.
It also examines the current status of the industry, predictions and outlooks on the future, the role of technology in future planning, training and essential services, and the importance of keeping cybersecure in an increasingly digitalised world.
Inside this edition
A new future
Captain Gilbert Macharia Kibe, CANSO Chair and Director General of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority tells airspace that collaboration will forge a better future for air navigation service providers.
Dr. Robert Hoffman, Vice President, Advanced Research & Engineering Services, Metron Aviation, Inc., believes there is no better time to prepare for the future.
Dynamic training safeguarding ATM
Micro Nav explores how innovation in ATM training is ensuring the industry remains safe and efficient.
A message from Simon
CANSO Director General, Simon Hocquard, takes a look at what is on the horizon and how the industry is shifting to meet new demands.
Rebuilding aviation from the ground up
The industry restart is still struggling with uncertainty but opportunities for improvement are emerging.
Protecting ATM systems
The industry’s digital transformation makes cybersecurity a priority for air navigation service providers.
Looking beyond the industry for inspiration
How can long-established sectors like air transport prepare for change and adapt to a digital future?
Data-driven insights for air traffic control
Traffic forecasting will be essential to efficient operations as air travel returns. But making accurate predictions has become more difficult than ever.
Collaboration boosts essential safety services
Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) won the CANSO Global Safety Achievement Award 2020 for its partnership with Aireon on the Aireon ALERT service, providing vital support to search and rescue personnel.
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