ATM Awards 2019

Simply the Best!

December 13, 2019 0

Air Traffic Management presents the winners of the ATM Awards 2019, each judged to be outstanding performers spearheading innovation and leading the industry to ever greater achievement. An impressive number of nominations was received for […]


All Aboard?

December 11, 2019 0

The vision of a world where drones are used for emergency services, local transportation or parcel delivery in our cities, can only become a reality providing safety standards are met and solutions found to issues […]


Smart Data

October 28, 2019 0

How can Big Data and Artificial Intelligence be deployed for better aviation safety? If current techniques are not updated, the rapid increase in air traffic could compromise aviation’s high level of safety. The EU-funded […]


Space To Grow

October 28, 2019 0

MITRE experts have been busy charting a flight plan to meet competing needs in US skies The rapidly evolving commercial space industry presents a challenge: how to support the growth of this innovative industry while […]


Five Days And Counting!

October 27, 2019 0

There’s only five days to go until the November 1, 2019 deadline for entries into the ATM Awards! The awards promote significant achievements by industry players over the past year and recognise improved performance across […]


Let There Be Flight

October 15, 2019 0

Fundamental changes to the airspace have always been controversial but those setting the rules must ensure fair, safe and efficient access for everyone. With airspace coming under increasing pressure, Air Traffic Management’s Aimée Turner examines […]


And The Winner Is….

October 8, 2019 1

Entries have now started to arrive for Air Traffic Management’s inaugural ATM Awards. Any business active in global air traffic management, perhaps as a national air navigation service provider, large scale industry partnerships or even […]


Location, Location, Location

October 4, 2019 0

On 8 March 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 left the Kuala Lumpur airport en route to Beijing. Forty minutes later, it changed course for reasons unknown and went down in the Indian Ocean with 239 […]