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hat can you accomplish in ing it a perfect one-stop-shop for three days at World ATM all things ATM. The European ComCongress? A lot, actually! mission uses World ATM Congress World ATM Congress was the first as a venue to hand out its industry event to be organised by the indus- awards, and the event’s developtry, for the industry. Five years later, ment can also be seen in the mix it’s still the only event of registered parof its kind. We all ticipants taking adknow that World ATM vantage of so many World ATM Congress is the place air navigation serCongress 2017 to do business, but vice providers (AN7-9 March those companies and SPs) and technolIFEMA, Madrid individuals who come ogy providers under armed with a plan will one roof. This year’s always walk away event will once again with more ideas, feature top calibre more contacts, and more new busi- speakers from industry, military, ness than their competitors. As a academia, and government who member of the air traffic manage- will address the technologies enment (ATM) industry, don’t miss out hancing ATM today and the instion the chance to participate in the tutional and regulatory frameworks year’s most anticipated ATM event. necessary to implement them. In five short years, World ATM Get the most out of your time Congress has become a true mi- at World ATM Congress by taking crocosm of the ATM industry, mak- advantage of the large-scale Ex-

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Don't Forget! ◆ Attend the Welcome Reception from 18.00 – 19.30 on 7 March in the Exhibition Hall. ◆ Congratulate the winners at the SES European Commission Awards and IHS Jane’s ATC Awards ceremonies on 7 March. ◆ Visit the Tower Theatre for more free education – Room N106 North Convention Centre. ◆ Ninety members of international media attended World ATM Congress 2016. Contact Glenn.Cudaback@ worldatmcongress.org for information on this year’s media.

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Visit ATCA’s Stand 201 on the Exhibition Hall Floor “World ATM Congress has changed the

world of ATM! It brought together two great organizations, ATCA and CANSO, to create global integration of the key players in the ATM industry. Although there were many hurdles and difficulties when the concept was proposed, the two teams persevered and all of the ATM world has reaped the reward. I am as proud of my involvement in bringing these two great organizations together as anything in my professional career.

– Neil Planzer, ATCA Chairman Emeritus and partner at PlanzerMcLean, looks back to the origins of World ATM Congress on the eve of its five-year anniversary.

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SESAR and Partners at World ATM Congress 2017 Partnering for Excellence in Global Aviation See seven industry heavyweights all at one place – Stand 889!

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artnering for excellence in global aviation” is the theme of the activities taking place at the SESAR stand and Exchange Theater during World ATM Congress. The activities are hosted by the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU) and the SESAR Deployment Manager (SESAR DM) in collaboration with the European Commission, Network Manager, European Defence Agency, European Aviation Safety Agency, and EUROCAE, the European leader on industry standards in aviation. SESAR and its support of the Single European Sky is recognised in the EU Aviation Strategy as key to boosting Europe’s economy and secure its leading role in international aviation. In this respect, the suc-

cessful delivery and implementation of new globally interoperable and innovative solutions by SESAR rely on strong collaboration between all aviation stakeholders and the different mechanisms and bodies of the Single European Sky (SES). The SESAR stand and theatre will feature a wide variety of sessions, which will illustrate with concrete examples how SESAR works with their partners and with ANSPs, airports, airspace users, industry, the scientific community, and staff associations represented through the SESAR JU and SESAR DM partnerships. The featured activities will demonstrate the benefits that this coordinated approach is bringing to airspace, not only users and passengers, but the overall European economy.

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Join your colleagues, as well as ATM leaders and innovators from around the world — air traffic controllers, ANSPs, aviation manufacturers and suppliers, airline executives, military and government officials, young aviation professionals, and aviation trade associations. Be a part of what everyone will be talking about this year. We guarantee you’ll go home with new ideas and a new way of looking at the international ATM industry.

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Programme, don’t miss the five free education theatres — Aireon Spotlight Stage, Frequentis Aviation Arena, ATM Theatre, Delegate Theatre, and Tower Theatre — for discussions from industry leaders on topics such as remote towers, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commercial space, and much more.

It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … No! It’s World ATM Congress’ First Double-Decker Stand! DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH Entwurf Messeauftritt ATM 2017, Madrid

Don’t miss: • Official opening by the European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc. • Keynote addresses by Director General of DG MOVE Henrik Hololei, and Deputy Director-General Matthew Baldwin. • Single European Sky Awards ceremony #SESAwards. • Panel sessions on global interoperability, SESAR 2020, and CNS strategy, as well as technical sessions on flight efficiency, integration of all air vehicles, information sharing, automation, and SESAR 2020 exploratory research. • Speakers from SESAR 2020 members including founding member EUROCONTROL, SESAR DM,

Network Manager, EDA, EASA, EUROCAE, and international partners, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and International Air Transport Association (IATA), among others. • Information sessions on the Deployment Programme, as well as upcoming SESAR 2020/Horizon 2020 and CEF/deployment calls. • How SESAR DM will manage the Data Link Services implementation. • Dedicated networking area with representatives from partnering organisations.   For a more detailed session schedule, visit www.worldatmcongress. org/sesar-exchange-theatre and follow #SESAR on Twitter before, during, and after the event!

Discover Madrid Make time to visit these highlights: World ATM Congress – IFEMA at Feria de Madrid. Temple of Debod – Calle Ferraz, 1 (Plaza de Espana, Ventura Rodriquez metros) Santiago Bernabeu Stadium – Avenida Concha Espina (Santiago Bernabeu metro) – tour the home of Real Madrid from 10:00 to 19:00 on non-match days. Museo del Prado – Paseo del Prado (Banco de Espana, Atocha metros) Parque de El Retiro – Plaza de la Independencia, 7 (Retiro metro) Chocolateria de San Gines – Pasadizo de San Ginés, 5 (Puerta del Sol metro) Mercado de San Miguel – Plaza de San Miguel (Puerta del Sol metro) Fundación Infante de Orleans (FIO) – Edificio del Real Aeroclub de España, Carretera de la Fortuna Cybele Palace (City Hall) – Plaza Cibeles, 1 (Banco de España metro) – The famous Palacio Cibeles restaurant is located on top floor. Travel Advisory: We have received news that the metro line serving Madrid Barajas airport and IFEMA, Line 8, will be closed for maintenance during World ATM Congress. Need other options? Learn more here

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Company_Name..................Stand_Number 360world..................................................1165 42 Solutions.............................................1350 A-B-C Adacel Systems, Inc..................................598 ADB Safegate............................................335 Advionics...................................................967 AeroMACS - WiMAX Forum.....................143 Agile SDE, LLC........................................1332 Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR)......................957 Air Traffic Control Association...................201 Air Traffic Technology International..........................................1195 Air World Today Ltd.................................1103 MR-1 Airbus.......................................................1105 Aireon LLC.................................................925 MR-2 Airtel ATN...................................................111 Airways New Zealand................................590 MR-3 ALES, Member of ICZ Group..................1263 All Weather, Inc..........................................853 Altitude Angel..........................................1378 ALTYS Technologies................................1208 Anhui Sun Create Electronics Co., Ltd...................................................470 MR-4 AT-One.......................................................951 ATC Network............................................1194 MR-5 Atech........................................................1253 ATIS UHER SA...........................................466 MR-6 ATRiCS GmbH...........................................433 ATS Data Design........................................801 MR-7 Avion Revue.............................................1370 Avitech GmbH...........................................553 1378 Azimut JSC................................................239 1370 BAN 2000 GmbH......................................851 1368 Bayanat Engineering.................................592 Becker Avionics GmbH...........................1350 Beel Technologies Inc.............................1235 Biral - Bristol Industrial & Research Associates Ltd.......................969 Boeing........................................................816 1366 BridgeNet International...........................1368 Brody Forbes.............................................145 1362 BULATSA.................................................1167 Cadmos microsystems Srl......................1348 1360 Campbell Scientific Ltd.............................468 1358 Casada Health Care................................1269 1356 CGH Technologies, Inc.............................482 1354 Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO)...........................403 1352 Coastal Environmental Systems, Inc...........................................468 1350 COMSOFT Solutions GmbH...................1135 comsuisse AG...........................................888 1348 Comtech EF Data....................................1137 1346 COOPANS.................................................941 Copperchase Ltd.....................................1336 CPI - ASC Signal Division.........................955 CS Communications & Systemes............479 CS SOFT a.s............................................1247 1344 CST - Computer Simulation Technology............................................1196 1342 CXR Anderson Jacobson.......................1200 1336 D-E-F DF Núcleo..................................................805 DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung 1334 GmbH.....................................................834 Diamond Antenna and 1332 Microwave Corp.......................................135 1330 DLR............................................................951 1324 GNIRDLR ETACGfR mbH..........................................1322 DSNA.........................................................480 1322 DSNA Services - INNOV'ATM CGX Aéro................................................473 1316 Easat Radar Systems Ltd.........................351 HCNUL ETEdda AGESystems.........................................1145 LED

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Preview Exhibitor Listing » from page 4 Company Name/Assigned Stand Egis............................................................333 EGNOS......................................................478 EIZO Corporation......................................349 ELDIS Pardubice, s.r.o..............................460 Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI)........................................959 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University....1212 ENAC.........................................................480 ENAIRE......................................................844 Enav...........................................................927 ENGIE Ineo................................................242 Entry Point North.......................................943 ERA a.s......................................................367 Esterline Belgium bvba.............................213 EUROCAE..................................................889 EUROCONTROL.......................................849 EUROCONTROL's Network Manager..................................................889 European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).....................................................889 European Commission..............................889 European Defence Agency.......................889 Evans Consoles Incorporated................1101 Eventide Inc.............................................1204 everis Aerospace and Defense.................881 FAA Managers Association.....................1330 Federal State Unitary Enterprise (State Research Institute of Aviation Systems)...................................149 Finavia Corporation.................................1362 Forum Systems.......................................1332 Frequentis AG............................................526 Fujitsu Limited...........................................961 G-H-I GECI Española S.A...................................562 General Dynamics Mission Systems..................................................157 GESAB.......................................................246 Glarun Technology Co., Ltd....................1303 GLOSS SRL.............................................1342 GMV AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE, S.A.U..................................1210 GroupEAD Europe S.L..............................590 Gryphon Sensors, LLC............................1201 Guntermann & Drunck GmbH..................337

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Harris Corporation.....................................426 Helios.........................................................333 HENAME, Inc...........................................1356 Hensoldt - Airbus DS Electronics...........1117 HIS Hermieu International Supply...........880B Honeywell..................................................863 HungaroControl Pte. Ltd.........................1218 IATAS - International Air Traffic Automation Systems............................1163 ICAO.........................................................1216 IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A...........1197 IHS Jane's................................................1191 IHSE GmbH...............................................407 Imtradex.....................................................209 Indra...........................................................553 Ineco, S.A..................................................845 Infinite Technologies..................................836 Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España..........................1215 Inmarsat Aviation.....................................1169 Insero Software..........................................851 INSTER Tecnología y Comunicaciones, S.A.U.........................260 Integra A/S.................................................851 Integra Aviation Academy.........................851 Intelcan......................................................965 Intersoft Electronics NV.............................967 Isavia - Icelandic ANS...............................953 J-K-L Japan Air Navigation Systems for Overseas Association (JANSOA)...........961 Japan Radio Co. Ltd.................................961 JMA Solutions.........................................1370 Jotron AS.................................................1141 Klising d.o.o.............................................1189 Knürr Technical Furniture GmbH..............217 KONGSBERG - Indra Navia Avinor....................................................1143 L-3 ESSCO..............................................1231 LAIC AG.....................................................494 Leidos........................................................405 Leonardo SpA..........................................1151 LEOSPHERE..............................................359 Luciad........................................................139 Lund Halsey (Console Systems) Limited..................................................1226 m-click.aero GmbH...................................137 M-N-O M.E.P........................................................1336

M.T. srl........................................................496 Mestalla......................................................800 Micro Nav Ltd............................................542 MicroStep-MIS, spol. s r.o........................244 The MITRE Corporation............................574 Mitsubishi Electric.....................................961 Moog Inc..................................................1334 MOPIENS...................................................215 Nanjing LES Information Technology Co., Ltd...............................301 National Air Traffic Controllers Association...........................................1316 NATS..........................................................890 Nautel.......................................................1304 NAVBLUE Ltd..........................................1211 NAV CANADA............................................826 NEC Corporation.......................................963 NedGraphics BV........................................881 NITA, LLC...................................................241 NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre.....................................................951 Northrop Grumman...................................431 NTT DATA Corporation..............................881 OCEM Energy Technology srl...................155 Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd....................961 Oman Aircraft Control College................1301 Onur Muhendislik A.S.............................1229 P-Q-R Paris Lodron University Salzburg............1214 Plantronics, Inc..........................................304 Polomarconi Telsa SpA ............................971 PrecisionHawk...........................................141 PRS Polish Radome Services.................1257 R.A. ROMATSA........................................1167 R.I.S.K. Company....................................1261 Radome Services LLC..............................207 RAMET a.s...............................................1221 Raymetrics SA...........................................303 Raytheon Company..................................887 Red Hat, Inc.............................................1332 RETIA, a.s..................................................260 RHOTHETA Elektronik GmbH.................1255 Rigil Corporation........................................117 Rockwell Collins........................................973 Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co................586 RYMSA RF...............................................1265 S-T-U-V Saab AB.....................................................305 Saint-Gobain............................................1301

Saipher ATC.............................................1346 Schneider Electric.....................................572 Scintec AG...............................................1206 Searidge Technologies..............................826 Sennheiser Communications ATC/C3 Government Systems..............921 Servicios y Estudios para la Navegación Aérea y la Seguridad Aeronáutica (SENASA)...........................847 SESAR Deployment Manager..................889 SESAR ......................................................889 Si ATM......................................................1171 SITAONAIR................................................434 SITTI...........................................................571 skyguide - swiss air navigation services ltd............................................1220 Skysoft-ATM............................................1220 Snowflake Software..................................115 Solace......................................................1366 SOLITEC Software Solutions GesmbH..................................................590 Sopra Steria...............................................488 SPINNER GmbH.....................................1352 STR-SpeechTech Ltd............................. 880A Sunhillo Corporation..................................807 T-CZ, a.s...................................................1139 TACO Antenna.........................................1202 Technical University of Madrid UPM......................................................1324 Telerad........................................................260 Terma A/S................................................1354 Tern Systems.............................................953 Thales.........................................................515 Think Research Limited.............................339 Thinking Space Systems Limited...........1235 Thruput Limited.........................................401 Toshiba Corporation..................................883 UFA, Inc.....................................................882 Unifly nv.....................................................151 Vaisala Oyj.................................................446 Vitrociset....................................................540 W-X-Y-Z Wake Watch.............................................1344 WEY Technology AG...............................1220 WIDE........................................................1213 World ATM Congress................................105 Zodiac Arresting Systems.........................900

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Free Education at World ATM Congress AIREON SPOTLIGHT STAGE

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10.15 – 10.35 Navigating CPDLC Mandate for ANSPs: Status and the Road to Completion Santi Ibarz, Airtel ATN

10.10 – 10.30 European Datalink Recovery Plan Patrick Geurts, SITAONAIR

10.45 – 11.05 Cybersecurity: The Key Enabler for Digital ATM Peter Rost, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity GmbH

10.40 – 11.00 FRAIT-Free Route Implementation in Italy Paolo Nasetti, ENAV

11.15 – 11.35 NEWSIMWeb – The Next Generation of Simulation Dr. Karl-Heinz Steffens, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

11.10 – 11.50 Data and Intelligence – ANSP Business Perspective George Parobek, LAIC AG

12.00 – 12.40 ANSP Collaboration: Benefits of Cross-Border ATM Systems Harmonization Gonzalo Martín, Indra

12.00 – 12.40 Remote Tower Operations: The Human Factor Rolf Zon, NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre, Department of Training, Simulation and Operator Performance; Dezsó Dudás, Hungaro Control 13.00 – 14.00 From Concept to Operations: Testing and Validation of Live Aireon Data Vincent Capezzuto, Aireon Todd Donovan, Thales Peter Kearney, Irish Aviation Authority 14.10 – 14.30 Use of Hosted and Cloud Services for Aviation Broadcasting (D-ATIS) in the Control Tower Dan Wilson, STR-SpeechTech Ltd. 14.40 – 15.00 DF Núcleo 15.10 – 15.30 Countering the Rising Drone Threat at Airports Christian Jaeger, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH 15.40 – 16.00 An Introduction to Project 10 PROSA, Part of the SESAR 2020 Programme Dr. Jörg Bergner, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH 16.10 – 16.30 Space Traffic Management for Safe Air and Space Christian Arbinger, DLR GfR mbH 16.40 – 17.00 The SWIM-Enabled Airline: How Global SWIM Can Help Improve Operational Efficiency and Resilience Nicolás Peña and Pablo Costas, Boeing

13.00 – 13.40 UTM & Drone Missions into Very Low Level Airspace: When the Future is Now Olivier Rea, Thales 14.10 – 14.50 Aeronautical Information Management George Parobek, LAIC AG 15.10 – 15.30 On the Horizon: Fully Digital Tower System Integration Neil Bowles, Searidge Technologies 15:40 - 16.00 ATM Managerial Development Training - The Career Challenge Petr Stiborek, Czech Air Navigation Institute 16.10 – 16.30 The Aviation API Economy - More Than SWIM and Waterfall Alex Brooker, Snowflake Software 16.40 – 17.20 ATM Networking: The Difference Between 99.9 and 99.999 Harris Corporation 17.30 – 17.50 Manage Your Training and Competences with Avia Tracker Pasi Nikama and Antti Ruhanen, Finavia Corporation Thursday, 9 March 2017 11.30 – 11.50 ATM Managerial Development Training Greg Hindson, ENAC View session abstracts at: www.worldatmcongress.org/aireon-spotlight-stage

TOWER THEATRE Tuesday, 7 March 2017 10.20 – 10.40 New Airport ATC and Cockpit Systems: Toward the Integrated Management of Surface Operations Hervé Drévillon, Egis 10.50 – 11.10 The Power of IP in the Flight Deck Captain Mary McMillan, Inmarsat Aviation 11.20 – 11.40 The Role of ATC Networks in the Implementation of the SES Concept Use Case: VoIP for ATC Telephony and Radio Services Manuel Garcia Martin, ENAIRE 12.00 – 12.20 The Drone Challenge: Addressing the Threat to Commercial Air Traffic Anthony Albanese, Gryphon Sensors, LLC 13.00 – 13.20 Seamless IT/OT Convergence in ATC and Airport Communications Vicente Arroyo, GM Critical Infrastructure Europe, RAD 13.30 – 13.50 Experience the Crowdsourcing Disruption – Getting the Right Resource at the Right Price, Time, and Duration Annelise Bremme, Professionals.aero 14.00 – 14.20 Enterprise GIS that Powers the National Airspace Jonathan Weaver, Esri

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14.30 – 15:10 Lidar-Aided Air Traffic Management Leosphere 15.30 – 15.50 Why Airports Must Get SMART Dr Michael Fairbanks, PA Consulting Group

14.15 – 14.35 EMIL, Advanced ILS/VOR Ground Inspection System: The Experience at the Barcelona – El Prat Airport Javier Escartín, GMV

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

14.45 – 15.05 GNSS Performance Assessment in Spanish Airspace Francisco Jiménez Roncero, ENAIRE

10.20 – 10.40 ATM Cybersecurity: Roadmap to Reality. An Industry Case Study Matt Shreeve, Helios

15.15 – 15.35 Remote Tower – Driving Business Transformation Niclas Gustavsson, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions

10.50 – 11.10 A Day in the Remote Tower Erik Bäckman, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions

15.45 – 16.05 Digitalisation of ATM Requires Cyber Security Resilience Dr. Anders Adrem, PA Consulting

16.00 – 18.00 FAA

11.20 – 11.40 GNSS Developments: Opportunities and Challenges in Aviation Applications Mikaël Mabilleau, Egis 12.00 – 12.50 Presenting Controller Briefing and Controller Rostering Mobile Applications Max Bezzina, Ingenav 13.00 – 13.20 Connected Vehicles Preventing Runway Incursions Magnus Johansson, Combitech AB; Jonas Didoff, RISE Viktoria

16.15 – 16.35 The Power of IP in the Flight Deck Captain Mary McMillan, Inmarsat Aviation 16.45 – 17.35 New Challenges In ATM: 4D Trajectories and Integration of RPAs Jesús López Pino-Isdefe, Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España; Rosa Arnaldo Valdés, UPM; Álvaro Rodríguez Sanz, UPM; Javier Pérez Castan, UPM

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Adapting to Change in ATM – Creating the Right Culture 9.15 – 9.45 Brief Introductions and Opening/Welcome Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO, ATCA Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO Angel Luis Arias Serrano, Director General, ENAIRE Íñigo de la Serna Hernáiz, Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Spain 9.45 – 10.00 Keynote Speaker Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Transport, European Commission

TUESDAY, 7 MARCH 11.00 – 11.30 Networking Break

11.30 – 12.45 Session Two: Creating a Performance and Innovation Culture in ATM Dumont

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10.00 – 11.00 Session One: Responding to Geopolitical Change and Black Swans ATM is adept at handling challenges at the operational level on a daily basis – but what about the broader geopolitical changes now taking place and not within the control of ATM? For this session we have asked a high profile and highly respected airline CEO to highlight the airline requirements of ATM, to describe how significant changes have been faced and overcome in the recent past and how the airline is “creating the right culture” to overcome even greater challenges in the future. How exactly does the airline inspire a common view and recognition amongst its management, staff, shareholders, regulator and others of its planned changes? How does an organisation ensure it has a culture of adapting with

With such a strong emphasis on safety and an almost in-built resistance to change in ATM, what are the ‘new ingredients’ that will enable the right culture to drive improved performance through innovation and acceptance of new concepts and technologies? How do we ensure positive challenges to conventional thinking and facilitate new, more holistic thinking to the emerging and critical issues facing ATM? Are there different approaches for management, staff, industry partners and regulators or is a generic partnership approach the best way forward?

Keynote Speaker:

Willie Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, IAG

Economic Outlook:

Impact of change caused by economics and politics (in relation to aviation and ATM) Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, IATA

timely and speedy responses not only to the ‘predicted’ future but also to the sudden shifts in traffic flows and traffic growth caused by factors such as Brexit, US political change, fuel prices, strong currency swings, major international conflicts, natural disasters, etc.? How does the global aviation industry survive and thrive in an increasingly isolationist political environment?

Exhibitor Spotlight Visit Rigil (Stand 117) at World ATM Congress! Rigil celebrates 10 years of service to the National Airspace System (NAS) by exhibiting at World ATM Congress for the first time! For more than a decade, Rigil has served the FAA and other aviation industry partners by providing in-depth domain knowledge and innovative solutions. “Rigil decided to stretch [our services] to international

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What can we learn from the latest ‘human performance’ work in ATM that may assist with creating the right culture? How does an industry supplier ensure that its workforce is motivated to commit and invest in the future of its ANSP customers? How can we ensure that ATM is 12.45 Lunch and World ATM Congress Exhibition

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DELEGATE THEATRE Free Education Tuesday, 7 March 2017 15.15 – 16.00 IHS Jane's ATC Awards The IHS Jane’s ATC Awards 2017 attracted 41 nominations (see the list of nominees here) from across the air transport industry, highlighting major innovations and projects that enhance airspace capacity, safety, and environmental sustainability. Winning entries will be announced on 7 March during World ATM Congress 2017. The awards that are synonymous with industry excellence will take place at 15.15 in the Delegate Theatre and will be open to all World ATM Congress attendees. Wednesday, 8 March 2017 13.00 – 17.00 The WiMAX Forum presents AeroMACS 2017 AeroMACS 2017 - Madrid is a seminar for all participants to meet, exchange ideas, and develop business and cooperative relationships. The event will highlight the opportunities, challenges, and strategies involved in operating efficient AeroMACS networks. Registration is required for this event. To register for the AeroMACS 2017 – Madrid, please go to the following link: www.completereg.com/worldatm/index.aspx.

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Adapting to Change in ATM – Creating the Right Culture WEDNESDAY, 8 MARCH 9.15 – 10.30 Session Three: Information Technology and the Culture of Collaboration As the world of ATM evolves and changes, so does the need to exchange information faster and more efficiently to ensure well-informed decisions. Information technologies will provide the mechanisms but how will the requirements for collaboration be affected in a complex, multi-stakeholder industry? How can we do better? Trust is a pre-requisite for effective collaboration - but how do we create a culture of trust between organisations when so much is dependent on automated technology? What lessons can be learned from today’s challenges of cross-border, cross-industry and civil-military collaboration? How do we ensure integration and deployment in a safe and secure manner of dedicated gateways and IP networks to create homogeneous infrastructure? How do major industry suppliers collaborate with different ANSP customers in multi-faceted environments? Moderator: Martin Rolfe, Chief Executive Officer, NATS Panel: Florian Guillermet, Executive

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Drones, remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), whatever the name, they are already with us and there is much debate on the challenges to and the implications for airspace management. How can we bring together and properly integrate some fundamentally different ways of thinking, different cultures and operational concepts of operations as well as different business models and social drivers? Numerous research, operational, policy and regulatory initiatives are underway on Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM) concepts – but what new frameworks, approaches and responsibilities are needed to coordinate and harmonise the airspace implications of UTM, given so many different organisations and stakeholders with such diverse (and often conflicting) interests and cultures?

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Is a new approach needed to enable all to embrace the opportunities but prevent fragmented approaches, duplications and gaps? How will autonomous operations, and standards, driven as much by market forces as aviation requirements, affect the role of regulation and change the existing paradigms of ATM? This session will look at how the European Commission is intending to establish oversight of drones and its implications for ATM, followed by a panel discussion to provide some broader perspectives. Moderator: David Harrison, Safety Director, NATS Speaker: Matthew Baldwin, Deputy Director General, Directorate-General for

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Mobility and Transport, European Commission Panel: Craig Marcinkowski, Director, Strategy & Business Development, Gryphon Sensors, LLC Marc Kegelaers, Chief Executive Officer, Unifly nv Sean Cassidy, Director, Safety & Regulatory Affairs, Amazon Prime Air Kevin Shum, Director General, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Teri L. Bristol, Chief Operating Officer, FAA Air Traffic Organization

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n the countdown to World ATM Congress, CANSO prepares for an exciting and informative week in Madrid. CANSO Members represent 85 percent of world air traffic, and World ATM Congress is a key highlight on the ATM calendar. World ATM Congress provides a premier networking and educational platform, and multiple opportunities for CANSO Members and the wider ATM community to come together to listen, share, learn, and innovate. Alongside a bustling Exhibition Hall and a variety of workshops and educations sessions, the Congress offers an informative and stimulating conference programme, featuring

thought-leaders from across the industry – which this year includes European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc, and IAG Chief Executive Officer Willie Walsh. The event also provides a unique opportunity to meet the CANSO team — including all programme managers and region directors – and talk about CANSO’s products and services. CANSO will be exhibiting at Stand 403, where all participants can find out about the latest CANSO ATM best practice, member benefits, and promotional opportunities. In the same week as World ATM Congress, CANSO will also be holding three high-profile events, offering further education and network-

ing opportunities. These include the CANSO CEO Strategy Summit, CANSO ATM Gala Dinner, and CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference. The CANSO CEO Strategy Summit (6 March 2017) will bring together CANSO’s key leaders and decision makers to engage in discussions on the future of ATM. While this is a member-only event, this timely strategic discussion will support industry-wide debate on the key influences and issues that will affect the future of aviation. The CANSO ATM Gala Dinner (6 March 2017) is a stylish evening event at the Casino de Madrid. It will provide the opportunity to meet old friends and make new acquaintanc-

es, while enjoying ornate architecture and experiencing true Spanish culture. The week of events will end with the CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference (9-10 March 2017). A showcase of ATM best practice and technical excellence, it includes a world-class line-up of senior ATM operations specialists who will share their views, experiences, and guidance during interactive sessions, workshops, and discussion groups. If you would like to find out more about CANSO membership opportunities, exclusive products, services, and events, visit www.canso.org. The team looks forward to meeting you in Madrid.

THE FREQUENTIS AVIATION ARENA Tuesday, 7 March 2017 10.20 – 10.40 UTM in Action: Unmanned Airspace Management with AirMap Kevin Hightower, AirMap 10.50 – 11.10 SWIM Architectures for the Web Frank Suykens, Luciad 11.20 – 11.40 Smart IT Solutions Applied to UTM Services Israel Gómez Sanz, Javier Espinosa Aranda, ineco 12.00 – 12.25 Beyond AIXM5.1 Standardization – Going Operational with the Electronic Data Chain from Originator to Airline Joachim Lennarz, Frequentis 12.30 – 12.55 NextGen ATN-Brazil – First Deployed SDN in ATM Lieutenant Colonel Marcos Aurélio Belchior, CISCEA; Stefan J. Galler, Frequentis 13.00 – 13.50 Virtual Towers in Demanding Environments – A 360° Perspective Moderator: Markus Klopf, Frequentis Speakers: Thomas Fraenzl, Frequentis; Crystal Kim, ICAO; Patrik Peters, IFATCA

11.20 – 11.40 Borealis Alliance Free Route Airspace Programme: Cross-Border Collaboration in Practice Branks Subotic, Borealis Alliance 12.00 – 12.25 Voice Services in the Virtual Centre Thomas Buchanan, skyguide; Maarten van der Lee, Frequentis 12.30 – 12.55 True Cross-Vendor ATM System Implementation Based on Open Architectures – New Technologies as Catalysts for Change Guenter Graf, Frequentis; Pratik Jha, LEIDOS 13.00 – 13.50 Strengthening Innovation in ATM - How Do We Expedite Implementation? Moderator: Bo Redeborn Speakers: Kornel Szepessy, HungaroControl; Alex Bristol, skyguide; David Bowen, SESAR JU; Hermann Mattanovich, Frequentis 14.15 – 14.35 Which ICAO Airspace Class is the Best for a CTR? Carsten Wiltschko, DAS Aviation Services GmbH

14.15 – 14.35 UTM Exploration: Testing Mobile Connectivity for Integrating UAS Angela Kies, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

14.45 – 15.05 How Quadrant ADS-B/MLAT Supports the Growth of Regional Airports Scott Hauswald, COMSOFT Solutions; John Henderson, Trax International

14.45 – 15.05 Stepwise Integration of UAS Into the ATM System Dr. Bernd Korn, AT-One/DLR

15.15 – 16.05 Bringing Minimal Viable Product Thinking to ATM Mark Palmer, Thales

15.15 – 15.35 Artificial Intelligence Innovation in Air Traffic Management Alex Sauriol, Searidge Technologies

16.15 - 16.35 ATC Corporatization: The Career Manager's Perspective Andy Taylor, FAA Managers Association, Inc.

15.45 – 16.05 Introduction of Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI) Shigeru Ozeki, ENRI

16.45 – 17.05 FerroNATS Alejandro Sastre García, FerroNATS

16.15 – 16.35 EGNOS: Status Update and Next Steps Carmen Aguilera, GSA; Victor Alvarez, ESSP

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16.45 – 17.45 The ATM Policy Institute: ATM Market Liberalisation – Why, What and How? David McMillan and Matthew Baldwin, European Commission

10.20 – 10.40 Drone Innovation: Detection and Integration Into Civil Aviation Speakers: Stéphane Durand and Elodie de Cazenove, DSNA Services; DSNA Services partners Lucas Le Bell and Marc Chiesa

10.20 – 10.40 The ENAV Cloud Infrastructure: Actual and Future ATC Services Luigi Mazzucchelli, ENAV

11.00 – 13.00 GAMMA: A New Vision for ATM Security Management Giuliano d’Auria, Leonardo; Claudio Porretti, Leonardo; Garik Markarian, University of Lancaster; Rainer Koelle, University of Lancaster; Francesco Di Maio, ENAV; Tim Stelkens-Kobsch, DLR; Frédéric Duten, Airbus DS

10.50 – 11.10 Advanced Algorithms to Assess Impact of Obstacles on Pulsed CNS Systems (IMPULSE) Víctor Gordo, Gema Paz, ineco

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14.15 – 16.45 SWIM – From R&D to Reality

10.30 – 11.30 FABEC Operations: From a Project-Driven Approach to Continuous Operational Improvements Andreas Pötzsch, Chairman FABEC Operations and DFS Director Director En-route and Approach.

14:15 – 14:35 KEYNOTES

11.45 – 12.45 Coflight as a Service: Toward Coflight Cloud Services Implementation Guillaume Ramonet, DSNA; Claudio Cannavicci, ENAV; Stefan Mennella, skyguide; Johan Debattista, MATS

SJU Expectations David Bowen, Chief ATM, SESAR Joint Undertaking

13.00 – 14.30 Data Link Services Recovery Plan Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager 14:45 – 15.45 Data is Power: Operational Efficiencies Delivered Though Information Access for Impact 16.00 – 17.00 The Importance of Collaboration Jim Ullmann and Jeff Woods, NATCA 17.00 – 18.00 A Global View of Collaboration Paul Rinaldi, President, NATCA Peter Duffey, President, The Canadian Air Traffic Controllers Association Paul Upton, Vice President, UK Air Traffic Controllers Prospect ATCO’s Branch Wednesday, 8 March 2017 10.45 – 12:45 EUROCONTROL WORKSHOP: Building a European Free Route Airspace Moderator: Razvan Bucuroiu

AGENDA EUROCONTROL Expectations Philippe Merlo, Director ATM, EUROCONTROL

SDM Expectations TBC, SESAR Deployment Manager 14:35 – 14:55 SWIM Concept: Applying Service-Orientation to Information Exchange Interoperability in ATM Paul Bosman, EUROCONTROL 14:55 – 15:15 SWIM Standards: The Uniform Technical Criteria to Implement Information Exchange Interoperability in ATM Dennis Hart, EUROCONTROL 15:15 – 15:35 SWIM Governance Stéphane Dubet, DSNA 15:35 – 16:35 SWIM Implementation: The Network Manager’s Perspective Idalina Mendes Videira/Jean-Pierre Aiguier, Network Manager The Aviation Meteorology’s Perspective Rosalind Lapsley, EUMETNET 16:35 – 16:45 Closing Remarks

AGENDA 10.45 - 10.50 Welcome Joe Sultana, Director Network Manager 10.50 - 11.10 A Free Route Airspace For Europe Razvan Bucuroiu, Network Manager Directorate 11.10 - 11.30 The Airspace Users’ Experience Carlo Verelst, IATA SAXFRA: the Slovenian Austrian Cross-Border Free Route Airspace 11.30 - 11.45 Introduction Heinz Sommerbauer, CEO of Austro Control Franc Željko Županič, CEO of Slovenia 11.45 - 12.05 Presentation of SAXFRA: The Slovenian Austrian Cross-Border Free Route Airspace Davor Mizerit, Slovenia Control; Kristian Wollner, Austro Control Presentation of SEAFRA: The South East Axis Free Route Airspace 12.05 - 12.15 Introduction Radojica Rovčanin, CEO of Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services, SMATSA; Davorin Primorac, CEO of Bosnia and Herzegovina Air Navigation Services Agency, BHANSA; Dragan Bilač, CEO of Croatia Control

Thursday, 9 March 2017 10.00 – 13:40 SESAR 2020 Exploratory Research: Human Factors Supporting Automation in ATM Organised by AUTOPACE Project AGENDA 10:00 – 10:20 Workshop Introduction, Objectives and Agenda Presentation Alessandro Prister, SJU; Fernando Gómez, Technical University of Madrid (UPM) 10:20 – 10:40 AUTOPACE: Psychological Modelling to Support Automation Assessment Eva Puntero, CRIDA 10:40 – 11:00 STRESS and MOTO: Neurophysiological Indexes to Support Automation Design Stefano Bonelli, Deep Blue 11:00 – 11:20 MINIMA: Vigilance and Attention as Trigger for Adaptive Automation Andreas Hasselberg, DLR 11:20 – 11:40 TACO: Human-Automation Collaboration and Dynamic Allocation of Surface Management Tasks Martina Ragosta, Deep Blue

12.15 - 12.25 Presentation of SEAFRA Mihajlo Jelisavčič, Director ATM of Croatia Control Mirjana Vasiljevič, Head of the ATM and AIS Division of SMATSA

11:40 – 12:00 AGENT: Enhancing AU’s to Support ATCo’s Conflict Resolution Tasks. Miguel Angel Piera Eroles, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Introduction of a New Initiative: The South East Common Sky Initiative (SECSI)

12:00 – 12:20 RETINA: Resilient Synthetic Vision for Advanced Control Tower Air Navigation Service Provision Sara Bagassi, University of Bologna

12.25 - 12.35 Introduction Thomas Hoffmann, COO of Austro Control Presentation Davor Mizerit, Slovenia Control; Kristian Wollner, Austro Control 12.35 - 12.45 Signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation for the South East Common Sky Initiative 13.00 – 14:00 Acceptance and Adoption: The Progression of Remote Towers Moderator: Mike Pearson, Helios Speakers: Daniele Teotino, Head of SESAR JU Activity Coordination, ENAV SpA; Dezső Dudas, HungaroControl; Marcus Cochrane, Ports of Jersey

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12:20 – 12:40 PACAS: A Gamified and Automated-Reasoning Solution for Participatory Change Management in European ATM Systems Martina Ragosta, Deep Blue 12:40-13:40 Open Discussion and Wrap-Up Fernando Gómez, Technical University of Madrid (UPM)

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he FAA’s NextGen modernisation effort is on track and delivering benefits to aircraft operators and airports in the NAS as the agency continues to deploy major systems and capabilities in close cooperation with aviation stakeholders. Major achievements show a positive trend line: The FAA provided the capability for Data Comm departure clearance to towers at 55 airports by December 2016 — two and a half years ahead of schedule. The FAA has already published more than 9,000 Performance Based Navigation (PBN) arrival, approach, and departure procedures and highand low-altitude PBN routes, which provide precise flight paths across the United States. PBN paths are much more direct than inefficient legacy flight paths. The agency is building on this achievement to make PBN the primary form of air navigation in the NAS as outlined in the “PBN NAS Navigation Strategy” published in 2016. Data Comm was identified as a priority by the NextGen Advisory Committee, a 28-member federal advisory committee comprising a cross section of senior executives

from airlines, airports, general aviation, manufacturers, the Department of Defense, and environmental agencies, along with international interests, pilots, and air traffic controllers. “NextGen is on track to meet all of its original, high-level objectives by 2025,” said Jim Eck, FAA assistant administrator for NextGen. “When we work together to solve the problems of traffic and congestion in our busy airspace, we can save fuel,

reduce carbon emissions, and increase on-time arrivals and departures.” NextGen will move the NAS to time-based management supported by trajectory based operations (TBO) as more and more NextGen systems and capabilities are deployed. TBO involves pilots, controllers, air traffic managers, airlines, and other NAS operators exchanging four-dimensional trajectories — the three spatial dimensions plus time

— for flight planning, strategic operations management, aircraft sequencing, spacing, and separation. TBO will shift the FAA from supporting individual flight paths and trajectories to gate-to-gate, NASwide trajectory operations that extend benefits to all phases of flight. Controllers are already using some NextGen time-based management decision support systems. For example, en route air traffic controllers already use the Time Based Flow Management (TBFM) tool’s scheduled times to manually speed up or slow down aircraft hundreds of miles from destination airports in order to achieve the proper sequence and seamlessly execute optimized profile descents. The FAA has already deployed its Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS-B) system and its System Wide Information Management (SWIM) system. The agency also started operations with the Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) at the 11 largest terminal radar approach control facilities in the US. These facilities handle 80 percent of US air traffic in terminal areas. While » continued on page 15

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ndra, one of the premier global consulting and technology companies, will play a prominent role in the second phase to create the Single European Sky, called SESAR 2020. The company will take part in 25 of the 27 projects launched at the beginning of this second phase, and in two cases it will be the project leader. SESAR is one of the world’s most ambitious initiatives in the field of air traffic research and development. The project is transforming air travel in Europe by greatly enhancing efficiency, safety, punctuality, and convenience for passengers. The first phase of the program ended in 2016, while the second phase, known as SESAR 2020, will be implemented over the next five years. The work in this phase is broken down into two broad packages. The first one commences now and will be executed between 2017 and 2019, and the second one will run from 2019 to 2021. The award of these new contracts strengthens Indra’s position in this strategic project promoted by the European Commission in partnership with EUROCONTROL and the

main companies in the sector. Indra has played a leading role in SESAR since it was launched in 2006. Greater punctuality of flights Indra will lead two of the key projects that mark the beginning of SESAR 2020. The aim of the first one is to further the development of 4D trajectory-based flight management systems, a technology that allows aircraft to choose the most direct route and plan flights with an unprecedented accuracy and an error margin of only seconds for landing time. This project will enable Indra to continue the work it has already completed for SESAR. The company played a key role in the world’s first flight trials ever performed with this technology, carried out in 2014 on a flight covering the ToulouseCopenhagen route. For SESAR 2020, Indra will provide new tools and more advanced capabilities to these 4D trajectorybased flight management systems, facilitating a single complete and real-time view of flight information for the entire aeronautical community.

This stage of the program will also include the first trials involving different countries, control centres, and aircraft, aimed at testing the systems in an environment that reflects the real dimensions and complexity of the future Single European Sky. Regarding Indra’s second project, the company will focus on developing a series of common services for all the actors involved in managing flights in Europe, both civilian and military. These services will facilitate

smoother and coordinated air traffic management while generating significant cost savings. Specifically, the company will work to ensure that European ANSPs can share a range of tools, including, among others, the system for redistributing and balancing capacity in situations of congestion, the trajectory prediction system that air traffic control centres across the continent will use, and the digital aeronautical charts service.

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not a NextGen program itself, the STARS system enables numerous NextGen capabilities in the terminal environment. The FAA will continue to deliver useful and measurable benefits to the aviation industry and the NAS. Those are highlighted on the NextGen Performance Snapshots website. In 2016, the FAA and the aviation industry agreed upon a rolling plan to re-examine the needs of the NAS and its users and to add milestones through 2019. Find the latest details on surface management and optimizing PBN in the “NextGen Priorities Joint Implementation Plan, 2017–2019.”

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Actively managing change in ATM The centre of gravity for the ATM industry will once again find itself in Madrid from 7-9 March, and Frequentis is in full swing to share our insights into industry developments and trends. At the Frequentis booth you will find demos for: Tower: Empowering small to large airports - enabling digitalisation and automation Virtual Tower: Rethinking airport towers - driving ATM service efficiency Centre: Leading the change to the new operational concepts ATM-grade Networks: Leveraging our experience in SDN - converging networks Information Management: Dissolving boundaries – tailoring information solutions for any deployment Don’t miss our go beyond lounge to exchange views on UTM, virtual reality and cyber security. We look forward to a busy week in Madrid, full of learnings, fruitful discussions and a chance to exchange insights with you. See you at booth 526.

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Two Ways to Make the Most of Your Time at World ATM Congress 2017 • Review the Exhibitor List on the World ATM Congress website. Want to make an appointment or partnership with anyone? Contact them now — before the event. • Know your company's “elevator speech” — a quick description of your mission and the services you offer. If all team members are prepared, you will retain more visitors at your stand, especially when several visit at once.

Featured Free Education Session: EUROCONTROL Reaches Out to the Next Generation

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n the afternoon of 7 March, EUROCONTROL will host at their stand (#849) a dedicated session on disruptive technologies through a presentation of its 2016 Hackathon event, in which participants faced the challenge of developing a more flexible version of EUROCONTROL's surveillance–data exchange software, known as ASTERIX. A presentation on EUROCONTROL's ongoing air traffic controller student competition will follow, featuring a presentation of the job of an air traffic

controller, what it takes to become an air traffic controller, and the ongoing selection process for the future generation of controllers at our Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with EUROCONTROL experts and explore possible career opportunities in the aviation world! Please make sure to bag a seat by showing up at the stand in good time. For more detailed session schedule, visit www.eurocontrol. int/eurocontrol-world-atm-congress-2017.

From artificial intelligence and augmented reality to drones and sensors, World ATM Congress exhibitors bring with them the most cutting-edge technology shaping the aviation industry. Take part in demos and listen to presentations to get a handle on the future of these exciting technologies.

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