ADAPTING TO CHANGE IN ATM Creating the Right Culture
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT is a complex, high-technology industry characterised by a focus on safety, a dependence on humans, and a fragmented governance structure based on State‑by‑State institutional arrangements. It is on the cusp of significant changes as a result of deployment of new technologies, new entrants to airspace and to the ATM industry, increasing competition, and the ever-present pressures from airlines and other airspace users for improved performance and cost efficiency. Despite the desire for harmonised global approaches, ‘single’ regional skies and air traffic flows based on user requirements rather than national boundaries, the industry faces significant political and institutional barriers to change. Furthermore, there is considerable diversity among ANSPs with regard to national and regional cultures, organisation and business models, levels of traffic density, traffic complexity, ATM infrastructure, and technological platforms. The ‘what’ that needs to be done to facilitate transformation is often clear while the ‘how’ to achieve it remains elusive. The Conference of World ATM Congress 2017 considers how best to ‘create the right culture’ that will facilitate desired change, quicker, in this complex environment. It will start with an airline view — not just of the airline requirements but how the airline business has coped with and facilitated major changes and how it is seeking to respond to geopolitical changes and events. It will then look at achieving better performance through people and at how to collaborate more effectively between multiple stakeholders. It will take a fresh look at a specific example of the challenges of change in ATM — how to integrate remotely piloted aircraft systems and drones safely into and alongside airspace.
SPECIAL EVENTS THE WEEK OF WORLD ATM CONGRESS
World ATM Congress provides high-calibre educational and networking opportunities, attracting thousands of ATM professionals from around the globe. There are also a number of additional events held the week of World ATM Congress. Don’t miss these special events!
Monday, 6 March
Wednesday, 8 March
Tuesday, 7 March
Thursday/Friday, 9–10 March
CANSO CEO Strategy Summit* CANSO ATM Gala Dinner* World ATM Congress Exhibition Hall Opening Reception IHS Jane’s ATC Awards European Commission Awards EUROCONTROL Workshop FABEC Workshop NATCA Workshop
EUROCONTROL Workshop AeroMACS WiMAX Forum CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference*
*Additional ticket fees apply.
ON 7–9 MARCH 2017
World ATM Congress will bring thousands of air navigation service providers (ANSPs), air traffic management (ATM) product and technology developers, and air traffic control (ATC) experts to Madrid to participate in the largest ATM exhibition and industry forum in the world. Operated by CANSO in partnership with ATCA, World ATM Congress once again delivers the information and education you need to meet your organisational goals in 2017 and beyond.
WE’RE CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS
THE ATMOSPHERE FOR BUSINESS Conduct business in our expanded Exhibition Hall— 225+ exhibitors in over 22,000 sq. metres of floor space dedicated to the advancement of global ATM. Learn from leading experts and product and service providers. World ATM Congress offers nearly 90 hours of free education in five Presentation Theatres. Participate in interactive forums and roundtable conversations with fellow aviation professionals from 130+ countries. Attend the Delegate Conference. The Conference Programme provides a unique platform for discussing the future of ATM. The world’s foremost aviation leaders share insights and explore solutions to the most pressing industry issues and challenges.
MEET COLLEAGUES AND PROSPECTS World ATM Congress attendees span the entire spectrum of the ATM/ATC industry. In 2016, World ATM Congress welcomed over 7,000 registrants from 133 countries, including: ANSPs Air traffic controllers Academics and students Industry associations and non-governmental organisations Engineers and product developers Systems contractors ATC service providers and manufacturers Airlines and pilots Airport operators and authorities Militaries, embassies, and government entities Top decision-makers from businesses large and small
Register today at worldatmcongress.org and be an integral part of the future of ATM. SPONSORS (AS OF 23 JANUARY 2017)
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Tuesday, 7 March 09.15 – 9.45
Wednesday, 8 March
Brief Introductions and Opening/Welcome Speech Speakers:
09.15 – 10.30 SESSION THREE
Information Technology and the Culture of Collaboration Moderator:
Peter F. Dumont, President & CEO, ATCA Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO Julio Gómez-Pomar, President, ENAIRE Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Transportation, Spain
9.45 – 10.00
Martin Rolfe, Chief Executive Officer, NATS
Florian Guillermet, Executive Director, SESAR JU Todd Donovan, Vice President, Startegy and Marketing, Thales Air Traffic Management Edgar Hauge, Managing Director, Indra Navia AS Norbert Haslacher, Member of the Executive Board, Frequentis
Violeta Bulc, European Commisioner for Transport
10.00 – 11.00 SESSION ONE
Responding to Geopolitical Change and Black Swans Keynote Speaker: Willie Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, IAG
10.30 – 11.00 Networking Break (Sponsored by JMA Solutions) 11.00 – 12.30 SESSION FOUR
Airspace and UTM: Driving the Future or Left Behind? Moderator:
Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, IATA
11.00 – 11.30 Networking Break (Sponsored by JMA Solutions)
David Harrison, Chief Safety Officer, NATS
11.30 – 12.45 SESSION TWO
Creating a Performance and Innovation Culture in ATM Introductory Speaker/Moderator: TBD Panel:
Matthew Baldwin, Deputy Director General, DirectorateGeneral for Mobility and Transport, European Commission
Craig Marcinkowski, Director, Strategy & Business Development, Gryphon Sensors Marc Kegelaers, Chief Executive Officer, Unifly NV Drone operator (invited) Kevin Shum, Director General, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Teri Bristol, Chief Operating Officer, FAA Air Traffic Organization
Capt. Gilbert Macharia Kibe, Director General, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Jason Harfield, Chief Executive Officer, Airservices Australia Patrik Peters, President & CEO, IFATCA Ed Sayadian, President Mission Networks, Harris Corporation
Lunch and World ATM Congress Exhibition
FREE EDUCATION PRESENTATION THEATRES
World ATM Congress provides our attendees with the cutting-edge information they need to meet present and future challenges head on. Five theatres offer a broad spectrum of perspectives, expertise, and product information to help ATM professionals make informed business and career decisions, all without leaving the Exhibition Hall.
Aireon Spotlight Stage
Product presentations from industry partners.
Frequentis Aviation Arena
ATM presentations and roundtable discussions.
FABEC ATM Theatre
Roundtable discussions with participating organisations.
Afternoons on Tuesday and Wednesday with additional presentations on Thursday morning.
Located in room N106 of the IFEMA North Conference Centre, the Tower Theatre will host presentations from ATM experts.
Lunch and World ATM Congress Exhibition
Participating Organisations (as of 23 JANUARY 2017) Aireon AirMap Airtel ATN AT-ONE Borealis COMSOFT Czech Air Navigation Institute DF Núcleo DFS DLR GfR mbH DSNA ENAC Electronic Navigation Research Institute Japan
ENAV ESSP EUROCONTROL FABEC FerroNATS Frequentis Harris Helios IHS Jane’s ineco Ingenav LAIC Luciad NATCA
Polytechnical University of Madrid Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG SAAB Digital Air Traffic Services Searidge SESAR JU SITAONAIR skyguide Snowflake Software STR-SpeechTech Ltd. Thales WiMAX
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360 World Adacel Systems, Inc. ADB Safegate Advionics Agile SDE, LLC Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR) Air Traffic Control Association Aireon LLC Airtel ATN Airways New Zealand AIRWORLD TODAY ALES, Member of ICZ Group All Weather, Inc. ALTYS Technologies Anhui Sun Create Electronics Co., Ltd. Atech ATIS UHER SA AT-One ATRiCS GmbH ATS Data Design Avitech Becker Avionics GmbH Biral - Bristol Industrial & Research Associates Ltd BRODY FORBES BULATSA Cadmos microsystems Srl Campbell Scientific Ltd CANSO CGH Technologies, Inc. Coastal Environmental Systems, Inc. COMSOFT Solutions GmbH Comsuisse Comtech EF Data COOPANS Copperchase Ltd CPI - ASC Signal Division CS Communications & Systemes CS SOFT a.s. DF Núcleo DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corp DLR DLR GfR mbH DSNA DSNA Services - Innov’ATM - CGX Aéro Easat Radar Systems Ltd Edda Systems Egis EGNOS EIZO Corporation ELDIS Pardubice, s.r.o. Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI) ENAC ENAIRE ENAV ENGIE INEO Entry Point North ERA a.s. Esterline Belgium bvba EUROCONTROL Eventide Inc. everis Aeroespacial y Defensa Federal State Unitary Enterprise-State Research Institute of Aviation Systems Frequentis AG GECI ESPAÑOLA SA General Dynamics Mission Systems GESAB GLOSS SRL GMV AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE, SAU GroupEAD Europe S.L. Gryphon Sensors, LLC Guntermann & Drunck GmbH Harris Corporation Helios Hensoldt - Airbus DS Electroncis HIS Hermieu International Supply Honeywell HungaroControl Pte. Ltd. IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A. IHSE GmbH Imtradex Indra Ineco, S.A. Infinite Technologies Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España Inmarsat Global Ltd INSTER TECNOLOGÍA Y COMUNICACIONES, S.A.U. Integra A/S
Intelcan Intersoft Electronics NV Japan Air Navigation Systems for Overseas Association (C/O Pico International Ltd.) Jotron AS. JSC Azimut Knurr Technical Furniture GmbH Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace AS L-3 ESSO LAIC AG Leidos Leonardo SpA LEOSPHERE Luciad Lund Halsey (Console Systems) Limited M.E.P. M.T. srl m-click.aero GmbH Micro Nav Ltd MicroStep-MIS, spol. s r.o. Moog Inc. MOPIENS Nanjing LES Information Technology CO., LTD. National Air Traffic Controllers Association NATS NAVBLUE NAV CANADA NEC Corporation NITA, LLc NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre Northrop Grumman NTT DATA Corporation OCEM Airfield Technology ONUR MUHENDISLIK A.S. Plantronics, Inc. PrecisionHawk R.A. ROMATSA R.I.S.K. Company Radome Services LLC RAMET a.s. Raymetrics S.A. Raytheon Company RETIA, a.s. RHOTHETA Elektronik GmbH Rigil Rockwell Collins ROHDE & SCHWARZ GmbH & Co. KG SAAB AB Saipher ATC Schneider Electric Scintec AG Searidge Technologies Sennheiser Communications ATC/C3 Government Systems Servicios y Estudios para la Navegación Aérea y la Seguridad SESAR Si ATM SITAONAIR SITTI skyguide - swiss air navigation services ltd. Skysoft-ATM Snowflake Software Solace SOLITEC Software Solutions GesmbH Sopra Steria SPINNER GmbH STR-SpeechTech Ltd. Sunhillo Corporation TACO Antenna T-CZ, a.s. Technical University of Madrid - UPM TELERAD Terma A/S Tern Systems Thales The MITRE Corporation Think Research Limited Thinking Space Systems Limited THRUPUT LIMITED Toshiba Corporation UFA, Inc. UNIFLY Vaisala Oyj Vibe—Virtual Info Board for Employees VITROCISET Wake Watch WEY Technology AG Wide World ATM Congress Zodiac Arresting Systems America
civil air navigation services organisation
¿Where does World ATM Congress 2017 take place? IFEMA Feria de Madrid–Hall 9 Avda. del Partenón, 5, 28042 Madrid, Spain www.ifema.es IFEMA is 10 minutes from Madrid Barajas Airport, 12 minutes from the city centre, and accessible by car, rail, and bus.
¿Need local help? World ATM Congress staff is here to assist you in all your trip planning needs — from booking your hotel to business dinner recommendations and transportation services. Email email@example.com for more information.
¿Still have questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions web page: www.worldatmcongress.org/faq
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ATTENDING WORLD ATM CONGRESS
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION RATES: All Access (1 Februaryâ€“ 3 March 2017)
All Access (On-site)
Exhibition Hall Visitor Only
ATCA and CANSO Members $530
Delegate: Open access to all World ATM Congress activities, including the conference programme, educational sessions, and workshops in the Exhibition, plus two lunches in the Exhibition, refreshment breaks, and access to the Hall. NOTE: The CANSO ATM Gala Dinner, CANSO CEO Strategy Summit, and CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference are NOT included in this pass. Register for these separate events through CANSO, www.CANSO.org/canso-atm-week-2017.
Exhibition Visitor: The Exhibition, except for the paid Conference Programme, is open and free of charge, and includes all activities taking place within the Hall, including the Welcome Reception, networking breaks, educational sessions, and workshops. Registration, in advance or on-site, is free but still required.
Exhibitor: Showcase your products and services to visiting ATC professionals and enthusiasts in the Exhibition. Exhibitors get access to the Hall and educational sessions, as well as the Welcome Reception, networking breaks, and workshops.
All Access Early Bird (through 31 January 2017) $665
CANSO and ATCA Members: If you are an ATCA or CANSO member, you must register with the email address the organisation has on file for you in order to receive member discount. Registration Questions? Contact Jodi LeBlanc at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1 703.299.2430 x333. Are You a Speaker at the Conference? Email email@example.com. For logistics or other speaker support, contact Ellen Van Ree at Ellen.Van.Ree@worldatmcongress.org, or +31 (0) 23.568.5387.
How to Connect
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Conference Programme Agenda and Speakers: www.worldatmcongress.org/conference-programme Exhibition Hall and List of Exhibitors: www.worldatmcongress.org/ExhibitorList.aspx
To register, please visit www.worldatmcongress.org/register
Published on Feb 3, 2017
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