Air Traffic Management - Issue 2 2017

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THE ROAD TO INNOVATION
In this special report Air Traffic Management outlines some of the serious obstacles to progress within the European ATM industry and consults with experts whose deep knowledge could provide solutions. ATM magazine also showcases some of the real-world achievements that are occurring right now. Those air navigation service providers and supplier partners who are managing to deploy significantly advanced technologies often through developing innovative partnerships.

INFORMATION SERVICES
David Hughes from the FAA reporting and outreach team outlines efforts by the US aviation agency to overhaul how information services are delivered

AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT
Stephen McMahon discusses how cross-border air traffic management could build on gains generated in recent XMAN and distributed multi-nodal air traffic flow management demonstrations and combine both in one comprehensive strategy

ANSP FOCUS: LATIN AMERICA
EANA chief Agustín Rodríguez Grellet explains the rationale behind four South American air navigation service providers agreeing to join forces

ANSP FOCUS: AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA
Emma Kelly charts the challenges that Airservices Australia’s OneSky programme is meeting

MIDDLE EAST REPORT
Snowflake Software explains how to drive growth in the United Arab Emirates with System Wide Information Management

LAST WORD
David McMillan asks if privatisation of the US Federal Aviation Administration goes far enough?

News

> Trajectory based operations become reality
> Germany’s DFS plan to train controllers for UK market

> No end in sight for airspace impact of Qatar rift

> Brussels mulling upper airspace EUIR region
> Airservices seeks long range ATFM innovation

> House advances ATC corporatisation plan
> EASA certification for Jersey buoys remote hopes

> Spain plans infrastructure upgrade
> Baseline SWIM features released for consultation

> IAA chief to head Eurocontrol at time of challenge
> Ireland, Iceland launch full virtual joint comms

ANALYSIS: NATS’ move to take a 50 per cent stake in Searidge
Technologies demonstrates how one ANSP is viewing the commercial potential of virtual technologies

COMMENT
Following the drafting of legislation to create a non-profit American Air Navigation Services Corporation, Bob Poole documents some potential pitfalls