Avionics

T minus 13 months

November 27, 2018 1

The US ADS-B mandate is coming, an immovable deadline looming over airlines, business aviation and general aviation (GA) alike, reports Mark Boguski.  Billions of dollars are being spent to equip with certified ADS-B equipment to […]

NextGen

Cloud Watching

November 1, 2018 0

Dave Hughes reports how the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is connecting SWIM to the Cloud The FAA is sending its System Wide Information Management (SWIM) flight, aeronautical and weather data to the cloud via […]

UAS/Drones

New Thinking on UAS Traffic Management

October 22, 2018 0

Back in 2015 at the Air Traffic Control Association’s annual meeting, I heard a presentation by Google’s Dave Vos on small unmanned aerial systems (UAS), writes US industry expert Bob Poole. To the surprise of […]

SESAR

Digitalising Europe’s aviation infrastructure

October 18, 2018 0

This paper was prepared by the SESAR JU within the context of European ATM Master Plan 2018 update campaign in order to prompt discussions among European aviation stakeholders on the digital transformation of the sector. […]

Airspace

New procedures for bad weather over Alps

September 12, 2018 0

Multinational air traffic management experts working in some of the busiest, most congested airspace in Europe have come together to develop a set of cross-border procedures to deal with adverse weather conditions in the Alps […]

Communications

Tracing The Future

August 7, 2018 0

SITAONAIR’s François Bardin discusses the status and challenges of datalink in Europe My involvement in European datalink services (DLS) began in 1997 with the Eurocontrol PETAL programme at Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC). Its aim […]