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At-A-Glance * Location details inside 09.15 Conference Programme Begins 10.30 SESAR Deployment Manager Workshop: ADS-B Implementation Plan 12.20 The Big Capacity Challenge in ATM 13.00 ATFM and Collaborating for Air Traffic Flow Efficiency 13.00 FABEC Workshop: InterFAB Panel – Fragmentation or Subsidiarity? 13.00 Space-Based ADS-B Surveillance-as-Service: It’s Ready for Primetime 15.00 Jane’s ATC Awards 16.10 Improving the Cost-Efficiency and Productivity of ATM 16.30 Single European Sky (SES) Awards 17.00 Industry Perspective: The End Users’ Role in a Collaborative Environment 18.00 World ATM Congress Welcome Reception

EXHIBITION HALL HOURS Hall 10 at IFEMA, Feria de Madrid (North Entrance)

Welcome to World ATM Congress 2019: The ATMosphere for Business

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ienvenido a Madrid! Today begins the world’s largest event in air traffic management (ATM). This year, World ATM Congress has more of everything – more speakers, more hours of education, and at 253 organisations, more exhibitors than ever before – all under one roof! Seven years in, World ATM Congress is still growing. World ATM Congress is the annual hub for business, networking, and discussions. The world is realising that ATM is not a specialised subset of the industry but, in fact, is an integral part of nearly every aspect of aviation. World ATM Congress is the place to see and be seen in our industry. That’s a big reason why this year’s event will also welcome more people than ever. As of print time, registration numbers are already up more than 23 percent from last year! We are on the cusp of exciting change in our industry – all of us are bearing witness to the implementation of some of the most exciting technological advances that our industry has ever encountered. We’re at a critical crossroads in our industry; the decisions we make now will set the pace for implementation. It’s the key to ending incidents like drone sightings shutting down airport operations for hours, which has become all too common at major hubs across the globe. These advancements are critical to modernising our airspace. Modernisation will never be finished, and connection, collaboration, and education are vital to the process. Our global airspace faces many challenges, and there’s no place like World

Attendees will enjoy an abundance of networking opportunities at World ATM Congress 2019.

ATM Congress to solve the problems of our airspace. That’s why all of our educational opportunities – through our world-class conference and presentation theatre sessions – are tackling the big issues in ATM. With so much on display in the Exhibition Hall, it can be hard to know where to start. Your day begins at registration with a cup of coffee and then it’s off to the conference programme kickoff at 09.15 with introductions by organisers Peter F. Dumont of ATCA and CANSO’s Jeff Poole (turn to page 2 for more information about the organisers’ stands in the Hall), as well as ENAIRE’s Pedro Saura García and Spain’s Minister José Luis Ábalos, Ministry of Development. Listen

Tuesday, 12 March 10.00 – 19.30 Wednesday, 13 March 10.00 – 18.00 Thursday, 14 March 10.00 – 14.00

CONFERENCE HOURS Tuesday, 12 March 09.15 – 12.30 Wednesday, 13 March 09.15 – 12.45

Take advantage of the hundreds of educational opportunities offered this week.

to keynote addresses by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell and European Commission Director-General for Mobility and Transport Henrik Hololei before the topic turns to UTM (turn to page 7 for a full agenda). Then take in the kaleidoscope of our industry by visiting as many of the 253 exhibiting organisations as you can when the Exhibition Hall opens at 10.00 (turn to pages 11 and 12 for a full exhibitor list and floor plan). Pace yourself – you have three days to visit them all! The learning opportunities don’t end with this morning’s conference programme. You can attend sessions all day in the six presentation theatres – Aireon Spotlight Stage, Frequentis Aviation Arena, FABEC OPS Theatre, Nokia ATM Theatre, Tower Theatre (located in Room N101, North Convention Center), and Europe for Aviation Theatre (Stand 1151) – around IFEMA (turn to pages 6 and 10 for a full list of sessions). No matter what, end your day at tonight’s Welcome Reception at 18.00 in the Exhibition Hall. It’s the perfect way to toast your first day at World ATM Congress before setting off to explore Madrid. All aspects of our global airspace are on display this week, creating an amazing marketplace of boundless opportunities. So, educate yourself, meet people, and get to work over these three days – it will make the rest of your year that much more successful.

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Meet the Organisers! Visit CANSO – Stand 403

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❚ Meet our programme managers and learn about our safety, operations, strategy and integration, and ICAO workgroups. ❚ Discuss the latest developments throughout the world with our region directors. ❚ Explore the latest and upcoming CANSO publications. ❚ Find out more about CANSO events and conferences. ❚ Take advantage of the open meeting spaces and reserve a slot. ❚ Enter a competition to win a camera drone or a ticket to a CANSO event.

❚ When was the last time you got a new headshot? Keep your LinkedIn profile looking as great as you do in real life! Swing by the ATCA stand today from 12.00 to 17.00 for a free headshot and to learn how ATCA membership can help you accomplish your personal and professional goals! ❚ Catch up on your reading with ATCA’s award-winning publications, The Journal of Air Traffic Control and the ATCA Bulletin. ❚ Hear what’s new at this year’s ATCA Annual Conference and Exposition and other premier ATCA events. ❚ Not sure where to start on the Exhibition Hall floor? The ATCA stand features maps that group exhibitors by products and services. Start at stand 201 to map out your route at World ATM Congress. ❚ Fuel up with coffee and American beverages and treats.

CANSO education sessions Join today’s CANSO and IATA joint session ATFM: Collaborating for Air Traffic Flow Efficiency at the Nokia ATM Theatre, 13.00-14.30, and CANSO session Improving the Cost-Efficiency and Productivity of ATM at the Aireon Spotlight Stage at 16:10-16:30.


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‘Europe For Aviation’: European Aviation Organisations Team Up for World ATM Congress “Europe For Aviation” is the theme around which European aviation organisations working to implement the Single European Sky (SES) gather at World ATM Congress 2019. Strong collaboration between European aviation organisations (civil and military) is proving key to generating growth for the industry and to meeting the passenger demand for safer, smarter, greener, and more seamless air travel, in line with the EU Aviation Strategy. During the Congress, these organisations will showcase how through collaboration they can go much further in tackling pressing ATM challenges, such as air traffic delays and congestion, drone integration, digital transformation, and cybersecurity.

The “Europe For Aviation” stand (#849) and theatre (#1151) will host a wide range of debates, presentations, and guided SESAR walking tours, illustrating the collaboration in action between European aviation organisations working to implement SES, namely the European Commission, EUROCONTROL, SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU), SESAR Deployment Manager (SESAR DM), European Aviation Safety Agency, European Defence Agency, Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA), and EUROCAE. Throughout the week, the organisations will show how they cover the full project management cycle from policy and funding to research and deployment.

Follow #EuropeForAviation on social media and get the latest on what European aviation organisations are doing for aviation.

Highlights:

• Today at 14.00: Opening Discussion of the Future of SES by Director General of DG MOVE, Henrik Hololei with the Executive Directors/Director Generals of each participating organisation. • Today at 16.30: Single European Sky Awards ceremony (#SESAwards) followed by a networking drink. • All week (turn to page 10 for a detailed list of stand briefings):

—Panel debate sessions on the looming capacity crunch, global interoperability, civil-military collaboration, standardisation, and the future of the SES. —Technical sessions on U-space and drone integration, communications navigation and surveillance (CNS), datalink services implementation, digital transformation, and cybersecurity. —A series of SESAR walking tours on the latest technological advances underway by SESAR partners, and their status in terms of research and development, and deployment. —Dedicated stand for networking with SES partners, featuring interactive and virtual reality experiences.

SESAR Walking Tours Return to World ATM Congress 2019 10.00 – 12.00 10.15 – 12.15 11.15 – 13.15 11.30 – 14.00 15.15 – 17.15 15.00 – 17.00

TOUR 1 – Controller tools and team organisation for separation management TOUR 2 – Increasing capacity through new ATC concepts TOUR 3 – Ensuring the safe and secure integration of drones (SOLD OUT) TOUR 4 – Virtual technologies (SOLD OUT) TOUR 5 – Optimising the performance of air traffic (SOLD OUT) TOUR 6 – Free route and the human-machine interface (SOLD OUT)

Tours will begin from Stand 849. Registration is free and anyone can participate, but you must register first at www.flexmail.eu/f-35f83767b267bbf6.

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Don't Miss Tonight’s Welcome Reception in the Exhibition Hall from 18.00 – 19.30! What is the Global Air Traffic Controllers Alliance?

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Iris is on its way. In partnership with the European Space Agency, Inmarsat is making the digital transformation of air traffic management a reality. Iris will provide one of the key elements of ATM modernisation: a satellite datalink service, enabling more efficient, cost-effective air traffic management. The programme is a pivotal initiative for modernising European airspace and delivering powerful benefits for air navigation services providers and airlines alike. Iris is on schedule for operational service in early 2021 – ready to make Europe’s busy skies a safer and more efficient space to fly. To learn more about Iris and the ATM revolution, meet us at Stand 863 or visit inmarsataviation.com/iris


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Tuesday 12 March Free Education AIREON SPOTLIGHT STAGE 10.10 – 10.30 10.40 – 11.00 11.10 – 11.50 12.00 – 12.20 12.30 – 12.50 13.00 – 14.00 14.10 – 14.30 14.40 – 15.00 15.10 – 15.30 15.40 – 16.00 16.10 – 16.30 16.40 – 17.00 17.10 – 17.30 17.40 – 18.00

Thales Accelerate Operational UTM Deployment: A Process Proposal Rohde & Schwarz Enhanced Situational Awareness: A Holistic Approach to Simultaneous Call Transmission Isdefe Risk-based Framework for the Integration of RPAS in Non-Segregated Airspace Isdefe Assessment of 4D-Trajectories Predictability and Reliability LAIC ATCO Occupancy Monitoring and Time Recording ❚ View session abstracts at: Aireon Space-Based ADS-B Surveillance-as-Service: It's Ready for Primetime www.worldatmcongress.org/ Searidge AI and ATM Data aireon-spotlight-stage Indra Cross Border Resilience to Sustain ATM Network Capacity Indra Connecting Drones Safely, Creating a Better Airspace Indra Towards New ATM Automation CANSO CANSO Insight: Improving the Cost-efficiency and Productivity of ATM DSNA Services Airspace Design: Looking Forward Boeing Boeing ECO-D Flights: Tool for SESAR VLDs GroupEAD From Paper to Digital Data - Revolutionising Aeronautical Information Management

THE FREQUENTIS AVIATION ARENA 10.20 – 10.40 Leonardo 10.50 – 11.10 Airways New Zealand 11.20 – 11.40 Frequentis 11.50 – 12.10 Frequentis 12.20 – 13.05 Frequentis 13.15 – 13.35 Sopra Steria 13.45 – 14.05 Helios 14.15 – 14.35 DLR 14.45 – 15.05 ENAV 15.15 – 15.35 ENAV 15.45 – 16.05 NLR – Netherlands Aerospace Centre 16.15 – 16.35 Solace 16.45 – 17.05 Sopra Steria 17.15 – 17.35 skyguide and Indra 17.40 – 18.00 ENAV

RPAS Insertion: Leonardo's Way Selecting, Training, and Retaining the Right People for the Aviation Industry Leveraging Automation Through Artificial Intelligence, Digital NOTAM, and SWIM ATM-grade Networks Build the Foundation for Resilient Air Traffic Management The Big Capacity Challenge: How to Make Use of Digitalisation and Virtualisation and Ensure Resilience in ATM AI Scenario Generation for Air Traffic Simulations Human Factors: A Key Capability to De-risk and Maximise Benefit Realisation in the Introduction of COTS Systems Multiple Remote Towers - Bane or Boon? The Italian U-Space Company ❚ View session abstracts at: Free Route in Italy - Real Implementation in a Complex Airspace www.worldatmcongress.org/ Identifying Fatigue Risks and Implementing Fatigue Regulation at ANSPS frequentis-aviation-arena SWIM Demonstration Toolbox Innovation to Operations - Digilab by Sopra Steria as a Booster of EUROCONTROL Network Manager Digital Transformation Advanced Runway Safety Improvement (ARSI) First European Implementation of PInS Procedures to Support Medical Emergency Operations

FABEC OPS THEATRE 10.30 – 11.25 SESAR Deployment Manager 11.40 – 12.45 SESAR Deployment Manager 13.00 – 14.30 FABEC/InterFAB 14.35 – 14.55 NATS 15.00 – 15.50 PECASUS and the Finnish Meteorological Institute 16.00 – 17.00 Searidge 17.10 – 18.00 NATS

Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) Implementation Plan SESAR is Delivering! InterFAB Panel: Fragmentation or Subsidiarity? A Question that No One is Asking 7 Key Lessons from Increasing Capacity at Heathrow New Space Weather Services for Aviation Defined in ICAO Annex 3: ❚ View session abstracts at: What Are They and How Will They Impact ATM and Airlines? www.worldatmcongress.org/ fabec-ops-theatre AI, Co-creation, and the Digital Tower Lab: AI for HIRO Airports The UK Network: Planning for Summer 2019

NOKIA ATM THEATRE 10.20 – 10.40 10.50 – 11.20 11.30 – 12.50 13.00 – 14.30 14.45 – 15.15 15.20 – 15.50 16.00 – 17.00 17.00 – 18.00

Inmarsat ADB Safegate Nokia CANSO/IATA Helios NATS UK Global Air Traffic Controllers Association Global Air Traffic Controllers Association

The Role of Satellites in Digital Aviation Redefining the Role of a Ground Controller - How Technology is Key: The Integrated Controller Working Position Moving Towards a New Communication Strategy CANSO and IATA on ATFM: Collaborating for Efficiency How Ready Are You to Prevent and Respond to Cyber Threats? ❚ View session abstracts at: Operation Zenith: A Practical Demonstration of ATM/UTM Integration www.worldatmcongress.org/ nokia-atm-theatre The Alliance: A Global View of Collaboration Industry Perspective: The End Users' Role in a Collaborative Environment

❚ See Tower Theatre and EUROCONTROL Theatre and Stand Programs on page 10


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Conference Programme

Tackling the Big Issues in ATM – Capacity, UTM Integration, People 09.15 – 09.50 Brief Introductions and Opening/Welcome Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO, Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Jeff Poole, Director General, Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) Pedro Saura García, Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing, and President, ENAIRE José Luis Ábalos, Minister, Ministry of Development, Spain

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09.50 – 10.40 Session One: The Big Picture — Keynote Speakers

Dialogue: US-Europe Relations in ATM and Impact on Global ATM Daniel K. Elwell, Acting Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Henrik Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission Elwell

Hololei

10.40 – 11.10 Networking Break (Conference Lunch Area) Sponsored by

11.10 – 12.30 Session Two: Drones, UTM, and the Services Drone Operators Require 11.10 – 11.25

Thought-Piece: Prioritising Humanitarian Needs Special Guest Speaker: Sara De La Rosa, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Coordinator, Interagency Supply Chain Group (ISG) seconded by UNICEF to ISG

11.25 – 12.30

Panel: The Voice of UTM Moderator Andrew Charlton, Managing Director, Aviation Advocacy Panel Ben Marcus, Chairman and Co-Founder, AirMap, Inc. Richard Parker, Founder and CEO, Altitude Angel Marc Kegelaers, Chief Executive Officer, Unifly Todd Donovan, Vice President, Digital Aviation, Thales

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12.30 Conference Lunch (Conference Lunch Area) and World ATM Congress Exhibition

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ATM in the Digital Era: The Quest for Capacity By Hannu Juurakko, Vice President ATM Civil, Frequentis AG Capacity concerns continue to drive modernising air traffic operations. Rising air traffic volume is making the controller’s work more challenging. We must support them with new and improved workflows and tighter integration between all systems if we are to increase capacity while improving safety and compliance. The new generation of controllers expect highly intuitive and flexible user interfaces but are faced with multiple disconnected systems that rely on complex memorised workflows. Controllers should be able to use their skills to the best of their ability and not be distracted by perplexing operational requirements. Introducing automation in the control room will increase speed and accuracy. When machine learning becomes common place, we will be able to further enhance the overall performance. Emerging technologies will also make the industry more attractive to the new breed of workforce who have come to expect intelligent systems. Artificial intelligence (AI) will greatly increase flight efficiency and optimise fuel consumption. Australian airline Qantas has already utilised cloud-computing and automated processes to advance its flight planning solution. The flight planning database (developed by Frequentis, Smart4Aviation, and the University of Sydney) can ingest rich data sets from external sources, allowing it to continually assess and adjust its flight paths while en route. In addition, it enables the flexibility to adjust flights to fit within capacity,

“When systems have the capacity to come up with their own solutions to problems or predict potential areas for improvement, we reveal a whole new level of progress.”

reduce fuel consumption, and increase safety. Allowing systems to be fed with data examples to process and learn workflows is one thing, but when systems have the capacity to come up with their own solutions to problems or predict potential areas for improvement, we reveal a whole new level of progress. Research projects to ensure safety standards are already underway in the industry, including in the field of AI-based image recognition for remote virtual towers.

When we look at airspace safety, one of the major challenges in the industry is still the safe integration of UTM and ATM. Drones have already demonstrated that they are a significant airspace user, but their entry needs to be safely managed. The challenge is enabling timely and high-quality information sharing between ATM and UTM and communication in real-time, as well as the ability to identify the presence of a “rogue” drone. How do we minimise transition risks for ANSPs around the world by utilising existing ATM systems and standards? Our work with Altitude Angel on Operation Zenith was proof of the importance of our work. Each of these scenarios rely on the ability to process vast amounts of dynamic data in real-time. But to ensure emerging technologies find their safe place in the aviation industry, we must protect the integrity of that data. Is this where blockchain finds its place in aviation, by providing consensus protocols and restrictions to defend our data? It’s definitely an exciting time to be part of this industry.

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Remote Tower Control Proves Successful, High Interest Worldwide The German ANSP DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung started operations under remote tower control (RTC) at their first international airport in December 2018. To date, air traffic controllers have handled more than 2,200 flights at Saarbrücken Airport from the Remote Tower Control Centre 450 km away. The introductory weeks proved successful, and the RTC Centre managed all takeoffs and landings safely and without traffic delays. “The RTC system has met our expectations,” said Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, DFS CEO. “Now, we are focusing on the integration of Erfurt Airport, which is planned for next year. Dresden Airport, which has around 36,500 aircraft movements per year and thus, significantly more than the other two, will follow later.”

Turnkey solutions offered worldwide

DFS developed the remote tower system with the Austrian high-tech company Frequentis. The DFS subsidiary, DFS Aviation Services, and Frequentis have set up a joint venture, FREQUENTIS DFS AEROSENSE, to deliver turnkey remote sensing solutions combining their technological and operational expertise. Remote virtual tower solutions have generated high

interest worldwide. The remote tower solution can be customised for different scenarios. Based on a scalable and modular ATM platform, it is not only suitable for small and medium-sized airports but also for contingency solutions or large airports. Digitalisation and virtualisation can support safety and productivity of air traffic services at airports. The company offers the whole range of services and products, including a wide range of camera systems as well as operational concepts. “One point is to find the right solution depending on the envisioned use case,” said Katrin Scheidgen, a managing director at FREQUENTIS DFS AEROSENSE. “However, it is equally important to manage the implementation, including training and transition, safety assessments, and regulatory requirements, as well as the change management that comes with a new concept like RTC.”

Further development of the RTC Centre in Germany

DFS is working on expanding its RTC Centre and, together with Frequentis, continuously enhance the system. They will soon launch a new software release. Additional adaptations are planned for

the connection of Erfurt Airport next year. For instance, the aircraft on the panorama display will then have labels with integrated flight plan data, which can be displayed or hidden. DFS controllers monitor traffic at Saarbrücken Airport in the air and on the ground from the Remote Tower Control Centre in Leipzig that has more than 15,000 flight movements per year. An advanced camera system with high-definition video and infrared

cameras delivers a permanent 360-degree view of the airport. The system can automatically detect movements and highlight objects. Complementary pan-tilt-zoom cameras can automatically track objects and work like automatic binoculars.

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TOWER THEATRE 10.50 – 11.10 AZANS-EHang Next Generation UAV Operations in ATM ❚ Visit the Tower Theatre 11.20 – 11.40 AVINOR - Air Remote Towers: Beyond Technology Room N101 Navigation Services North Convention Center 11.50 – 12.10 ENAIRE The Challenges of GNSS Validation 12.20 – 12.40 Honeywell Human-Centered and Goal-Oriented Design for Safe Airside Operation 12.50 – 13.10 ENAIRE U-Space Architecture for Spain 13.20 – 13.40 Saab Saab Digital Towers: Vision 2030 13.50 – 14.10 DFS Aviation A Tool-based Evaluation of ED-87c Compliance Services GmbH 14.20 – 15.10 ENAC The ENAC - Groupe ADP - Sopra Steria Research Chair on Drone Systems: ❚ View session abstracts at: A New Way to Explore Drone Integration into Airspace www.worldatmcongress.org/ 15.20 – 15.40 DFS Aviation Safeguarding Aspects of UAV/RPAS Mitigations in ATM Environments tower-theatre Services GmbH / Air Navigation Solutions Ltd. 15.50 – 16.10 Rheinmetall Air Defence AG Drone Defence in the Airport Environment: Enabling Secure Airport Operations 16.20 – 16.40 Raytheon Safer Skies: Trusted Solutions to Meet Emerging Global Airspace Needs

Europe for Aviation Theatre The “Europe for Aviation” Stand (#849) and Theatre (#1151) will host a wide range of debates, presentations, and guided walking tours, illustrating the collaboration in action between European aviation organisations working to implement the Single European Sky, namely the European Commission, EUROCONTROL, SESAR

Joint Undertaking, SESAR Deployment Manager, European Aviation Safety Agency, European Defence Agency, Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, and EUROCAE. In doing so, the organisations will show how between them they cover the full project management cycle from policy and funding to research and deployment.

Theatre Briefings The panel session will tackle the current capacity crunch and host a discussion on the future of the Single European Sky. 10.30 – 11.30 11.45 – 13.25 13.25 – 13.45 15.15 - 16.15

Drones Technical Session (followed by SESAR walking tour on U-space) Data Link Services Recovery Plan: Implementation Status and Next Steps Single European Sky Digital Backbone Capacity Crunch: What Do We Do Tomorrow?

❚ View session information at: www.eurocontrol.int/ world-atm-congress-2019

43 New Exhibitors for 2019! Aerial & Maritime Ltd............................. Stand 171 Aero4TE s.r.o.......................................................1101 Aerobits Sp. z o.o...............................................1308 Aeropath...............................................................592 AGI OneSky UTM..................................................111 Airline Ninety-Two.............................................1406 Air Navigation Solutions LTD............................834 AirShare.................................................................592 Aistech Space.....................................................1261 Assmann Telecom................................................153 ATEN.......................................................................496 ATI Avionics, Inc.................................................1342 BULATSA................................................................270 Chengdu Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Science & Technology Co., LTD.......................333

Comtech EF Data...............................................1352 Contauro AG.......................................................1370 Cybernetica AS...................................................1169 DTN.........................................................................242 EANS.....................................................................1169 Edda Systems.....................................................1265 Everise Technology LTD....................................1392 The FANS Group...................................................177 Flight Safety Foundation.................................1400 GUTMA — Global UTM Association...............1402 HFC Human-Factors-Consult GmbH................375 Highlands and Islands Airports Limited........1396 KPGEO....................................................................177 LLC NPO "RTS"....................................................1362 Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH...............139

McLaren Deloitte.................................................826 MovingDot BV....................................................1390 NG Aviation...........................................................379 Obizco sarl............................................................179 PECASUS (Pan-European Consortium for Aviation Space weather User Services).........155 Radiometrics........................................................304 Siemens Ruggedcom..........................................119 SINTEF..................................................................1265 Skeyes....................................................................278 SKYLOCK..............................................................1177 Spire.....................................................................1398 Time for Health..................................................1404 Vertiv Integrated Systems GmbH...................1224 VoiceCollect GmbH...........................................1301

Chile Chooses Northrop Grumman Park Air to Upgrade Airspace Communications Northrop Grumman Corporation’s UK-based air traffic communications subsidiary, Park Air Systems Limited, has been selected to upgrade Chile’s airspace communications equipment. Working across 15 sites, ranging from airports to remote locations, the company will be supporting Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC) to upgrade their equipment to the latest VHF and UHF radios. Utilising the Park Air T6 Sapphire portfolio to bring the latest technology and introduce voice over internet protocol (VoIP), Park Air has further strengthened its presence within Latin America, building on the initial supply of eight systems in March 2017. This included supply to Antarctica’s only officially recognised airport, Teniente Rodolfo Marsh Martin located on King George Island. Park Air is able to provide customers with more

than communications equipment. Working with local experts allows Park Air to improve customer response times and give support and assistance in the local language. “Both Park Air and Aerotech teams worked very hard to deliver the best technical solution, in a cost effective manner, for DGAC. It was a great team effort,” said Anais Vernet, international sales manager for Americas at Park Air. Designed with the future in mind, the T6 is the latest evolution in ground-to-air radio sets. Part of a portfolio of products designed to work hand-inhand, and flexible enough to suit single radio installations as well as country-wide operations, it gives customers the integration, flexibility, and security they need in today’s ATM environment.

Delivering this solution is possible through the combined efforts of Park Air and Aerotech, a leading Chilean company in airport systems, who will be providing in-territory support as well as installation and decommissioning expertise. Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems supplies communication systems for airspace operations worldwide. Sapphire ATM communications systems are now installed in more than 50 countries, helping ANSPs transitioning into the digital future. In its more than 50-year history, Park Air has sold 60,000 radios in 180 countries around the world.

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Company Name Stand Number 42 Solutions B.V............................................................ 183 A-B-C-D-E ABB.............................................................................. 965 Adacel Systems, Inc...................................................... 598 ADB Safegate................................................................ 351 Advionics........................................................................ 961 Aerial & Maritime, Ltd..................................................... 171 Aero4TE s.r.o............................................................... 1101 Aerobits Sp. z o.o........................................................ 1308 AeroMACS - WiMAX Forum........................................... 117 Aeropath........................................................................ 592 AGI OneSky UTM.......................................................... 111 Agility Spain S.A............................................................ 801 Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic............... 885 Air Navigation Solutions, Ltd........................................... 834 Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA).............................. 201 Air Traffic Management................................................. 1386 Air Traffic Technology International................................. 135 Airbus........................................................................... 1259 Aireon............................................................................ 925 Airline Ninety-Two.........................................................1406 AirMap, Inc.................................................................. 1214 AirShare......................................................................... 592 Airtel ATN.................................................................... 1350 Airtopsoft a Transoft Solutions company...................... 1269 Airways New Zealand.................................................... 592 Aistech Space............................................................. 1261 ALES, Member of ICZ Group....................................... 1171 All Weather, Inc.............................................................. 853 Altitude Angel................................................................. 526 ALTYS Technologies.................................................... 1167 Anhui Sun Create Electronics Co., Ltd............................ 333 Assmann Telecom......................................................... 153 ATC Network............................................................... 1382 Atech Negócios em Tecnologias SA.............................. 955 ATEN............................................................................. 496 ATI Avionics, Inc.......................................................... 1342 AT-One.......................................................................... 931 ATRiCS.......................................................................... 828

❚ See Exhibition Hall Floorplan on page 12 ATS Data Design......................................................... 1366 Avinor Air Navigation Services....................................... 1143 Avion Revue Internacional............................................ 1386 AZIMUT......................................................................... 272 Becker Avionics GmbH.................................................. 187 Biral............................................................................. 1147 Black Box...................................................................... 428 The Boeing Company.................................................... 276 BridgeNet International................................................ 1346 BULATSA....................................................................... 270 Cadmos microsystems Srl........................................... 1175 Cambridge Pixel Ltd.................................................... 1344 Campbell Scientific Ltd................................................. 1202 CANSO......................................................................... 403 CGX AERO.................................................................... 260 Chengdu Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Science & Technology Co., LTD................................................ 333 Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Technology Equipment Development Co., Ltd................................................. 333 Coastal Environmental Systems................................... 1202 Collins Aerospace........................................................ 1161 Comtech EF Data........................................................ 1352 Contauro AG............................................................... 1370 COOPANS..................................................................... 957 Copperchase Limited.................................................. 1330 Croatia Control............................................................ 1157 CS Communication & Systèmes.................................... 479 CS Soft a.s..................................................................... 460 Cybernetica AS............................................................ 1169 DANUBE FAB................................................................ 270 DFS Aviation Services GmbH......................................... 834 DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH............................. 834 Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corp........................ 137 DLR................................................................................ 931 DSNA (Direction des Services de la Navigation Aérienne)..................................................................... 480 DSNA Services............................................................... 480 DTN............................................................................... 242 EANS.......................................................................... 1169 Easat Radar Systems Ltd.............................................. 888

Edda Systems............................................................. 1265 Egis................................................................................ 339 EGNOS....................................................................... 1141 EIZO Technologies GmbH............................................. 349 ELDIS Pardubice, s.r.o................................................... 460 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University........................... 1310 ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile)...................... 480 ENAIRE......................................................................... 844 ENAV............................................................................. 927 ENGIE Ineo - Energy & Systems.................................... 367 Entry Point North........................................................... 943 ERA a.s....................................................................... 1159 Esri................................................................................ 181 Esterline........................................................................ 213 Europe for Aviation - Stand............................................ 849 Europe for Aviation - Theatre....................................... 1151 Evans Consoles........................................................... 1322 Eventide, Inc................................................................ 1139 everis Aerospace, Defense and Security........................ 953 Everise Technology, Ltd............................................... 1392 F-G-H FAAMA......................................................................... 1374 The FANS Group............................................................ 177 FCS Flight Calibration Services GmbH............................ 151 FerroNATS...................................................................... 826 Flight Safety Foundation.............................................. 1400 Frequentis AG............................................................... 526 Frequentis Comsoft........................................................ 526 Frequentis DFS Aerosense............................................. 526 General Dynamics Mission Systems.............................. 158 GESAB.......................................................................... 881 GL Communications, Inc............................................. 1367 Glarun Technology, Co., Ltd............................................ 333 Global Air Traffic Controllers Alliance............................ 1306 Global ATS Ltd............................................................... 446 Gloss S.R.L.............................................................. 1368 GMV............................................................................ 1394 GroupEAD..................................................................... 590 guardREC...................................................................... 217

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251 sessions — 136 c ountries AND TERRITORIES — 253 exhibitors — 80+ ANSPs

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Exhibitor Listing

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Exhibitor Listing & Floor Plan ❚ Continued from page 11 Company Name

Stand Number

Guntermann & Drunck GmbH........................................ 433 GUTMA - Global UTM Association............................... 1402 Harris Corp.................................................................... 426 Helios............................................................................ 339 HENSOLDT................................................................. 1117 HFC Human-Factors-Consult GmbH.............................. 375 Highlands and Islands Airports Limited........................ 1396 HIS Hermieu International Supply................................ 880B Honeywell.................................................................... 1231 HungaroControl............................................................. 335 I-J-K-L IIATAS - International Air Traffic Automation Systems... 1234 IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A............................ 883 IHSE GmbH................................................................... 407 Imtradex........................................................................ 209 Indra.............................................................................. 553 Indra Navia AS.............................................................. 1143 INECO........................................................................... 845 Infante de Orleans Foundation Museum (FIO)................. 105 Infinite Technologies, Inc................................................ 836 Inmarsat Aviation........................................................... 863 Innov'ATM..................................................................... 373 Insero Air Traffic Solutions A/S....................................... 446 Integra Holding ApS...................................................... 851 International Air Transport Association (IATA).................. 147 International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)............... 115 Intersoft Electronics NV................................................. 961 Isavia ............................................................................. 337 Isdefe............................................................................ 951 Jane's by IHS Markit................................................... 1302 JMA Solutions............................................................. 1364 Jotron.......................................................................... 1233 KONGSBERG............................................................. 1143 KPGEO......................................................................... 177 L3 ESSCO................................................................... 1228 LAIC AG........................................................................ 803 Leidos........................................................................... 405 Leonardo SpA............................................................... 890 Leosphere...................................................................... 572 LLC NPO "RTS".......................................................... 1362 Logipix Ltd.................................................................... 594 LS telcom...................................................................... 151 Lufft Mess-und Regeltechnik Gmbh............................... 139 Lund Halsey................................................................ 1245 M-N-0-P-Q M.T. Srl.......................................................................... 971 McLaren Deloitte............................................................ 826 m-click.aero GmbH........................................................ 375 MEP............................................................................. 1330 Mestalla Interiorismo S.L. .............................................. 800 Metron Aviation, Inc..................................................... 1259 Micro Nav Limited.......................................................... 542 MicroStep-MIS............................................................ 1221 MITRE........................................................................... 574 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation - ATC System.............. 1336 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation - Lidar/Radar System... 1328 Moog, Inc.................................................................... 1304 Mopiens...................................................................... 1137 MovingDot BV............................................................. 1390 Nanjing LES Information Technology Co., Ltd................ 301 National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology............................................................... 1119 NATS............................................................................. 826 Nautel.......................................................................... 1201 NAVBLUE, an Airbus Company.................................... 1259 NAVCANatm................................................................. 816 NedGraphics B.V............................................................ 953 NG Aviation................................................................... 379 NITA, LLC...................................................................... 586 NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre............................... 931 Nokia............................................................................. 891 Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems............................ 431 Obizco sarl.................................................................... 179 Observator Instruments B.V......................................... 1149 OCEM Airfield Technology............................................. 175 ONUR Engineering...................................................... 1163 PECASUS (Pan-European Consortium for Aviation Space Weather User Services).................................... 155 Plantronics, Inc.............................................................. 900 Polish Air Navigation Services Agency........................... 239 Polomarconi Telsa Spa................................................ 1235 PRS Polish Radome Services........................................ 973 R-S-T-U-V R.I.S.K. Company........................................................ 1204 Radiometrics................................................................. 304 Radome Services, LLC.................................................. 207 RAMET a.s................................................................... 1222 Raytheon Company..................................................... 1105 RETIA a.s....................................................................... 460 Rheinmetall Air Defence AG........................................... 896 RHOTHETA Elektronik GmbH...................................... 1255 Rohde & Schwarz.......................................................... 562 RYMSA....................................................................... 1165 Saab............................................................................. `305 Saint-Gobain................................................................. 303 Saipher ATC................................................................ 1103 Schmid Telecom Zurich................................................. 892

CONF. LUNCH �

Lunch 

ENTRANCE Conference Theatre 

Scintec AG.................................................................. 1212 Searidge Technologies.................................................... 826 SENASA (Servicios y Estudios para la Navegacion Aerea y la Seguridad Aeronautica............................... 847 Sennheiser Communications ATC/C3 Systems.............. 921 Si ATM........................................................................... 215 Siemens Ruggedcom.................................................... 119 SINTEF......................................................................... 1265 Sistemas Y Montajes Industriales, S.A........................... 258 SITAONAIR.................................................................... 371 SITTI.............................................................................. 571 skeyes........................................................................... 278 skyguide - swiss air navigation services ltd................... 1220 SKYLOCK................................................................... 1177 Skysoft-ATM................................................................ 1220 Snowflake Software..................................................... 1258 Solace......................................................................... 1358 Sopra Steria.................................................................. 488 SPINNER GmbH......................................................... 1324 Spire............................................................................ 1398 SRC, Inc........................................................................ 145 State Research Institute of Aviation Systems................. 473 STR-SpeechTech Ltd.................................................. 880A Sunhillo Corporation...................................................... 807 TACO Antenna.............................................................. 159 T-CZ, a.s....................................................................... 898

Technical University of Madrid - UPM........................... 1338 TELERAD....................................................................... 258 Terma A/S................................................................... 1354 Tern Systems................................................................. 337 Thales........................................................................... 515 Think Research Limited............................................... 1135 Thinking Space Systems, Ltd........................................ 240 Thruput ...................................................................... 1200 Time for Health............................................................ 1404 Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corporation................................................................ 369 UFA, Inc........................................................................ 882 Unifly........................................................................... 1145 University of Salzburg.................................................. 1388 Vaisala........................................................................... 572 Vertiv Integrated Systems GmbH................................. 1224 VITROCISET.................................................................. 540 VNIIRA-OVD JSC........................................................ 1260 VoiceCollect GmbH..................................................... 1301 W-X-Y-Z WEY Technology AG.................................................... 1220 WIDE/Foreseeson GmbH............................................ 1210 World ATM Congress..................................................... 105 YOUYANG Airport Lighting Equipment, Inc.................... 361 Zhengzhou Huahang Technology Co., Ltd................... 1384

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