ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN AVIATION
Benson Osoro,Senior Air Traffic Controller, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority:
The global artificial intelligence in aviation market is predicted to grow, how do you think this will affect your day to day role?
DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN GLOBAL ATM
Alan Corner, Director of Strategy and Sales, EGIS:
Disruptive technology in global ATM and main barriers to its implementation.
EMBRACING A DIGITAL ATM ECOSYSTEM
Juliet M. Kyeva, Air Traffic Services Instructor, Fujairah International Airport:
What steps do Air Traffic Controller’s need to take to embrace a digital ATM Ecosystem?
MIDDLE EAST: LESSONS IN INGENUITY AND RESILIENCE
Ivan Baruta, Consultant, Egis:
For those who think that aviation in the Middle East is still living in the past, you could not be more wrong. Four years ago, we undertook a survey of the latest trends and changes in the region in partnership with Air Traffic Management magazine. So, what has changed?
SUPPLY AND DEMAND: THE CRITICAL ROLE OF ATC IN FUTURE AVIATION
Marzoog Algamdi, Learning and Development Specialist, General Authority of Civil Aviation, Saudi Arabia:
Even with a predicted strong growth in passenger numbers – IATA predicts 16 billion passenger movements a year by 2050 - air transportation is vulnerable to economic forces.
ALL PASSENGERS, NO PILOT
Omar R. Kaddouha, Director Flight Safety, Lebanese Directorate General of Civil Aviation:
Researchers are exploring the foremost edges of technologies to enable these machines to become more sophisticated and capable to decide and act independently from human interference.
Benson Osoro, Senior Air Traffic Controller, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority:
Your job scope covers a wide range of areas. As an ATM professional, which area(s) do you think should be the priority?
Ahmad Bakkar, Director Business Development and Strategy, Netherlands Aerospace Centre:
How do you see the ATM industry evolving over the next five years & what are the main challenges for ATM in the region and how to overcome them?
Attila Simon, Director of Business Development at HungaroControl:
The ATM industry is charting new courses as we embrace new technologies and collaborate more effectively to deliver real customer value.
HOW BEST TO SHARE THE NEW HIGHWAYS OF THE SKY?
Brent Skorup, Mercatus Center at George Mason University:
Urban air mobility’ is receiving mainstream attention, and regulators around the globe are preparing for drones, electric aircraft, and flying taxis.