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Five Years In: A Look Back at World ATM Congress’ Origins

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hat if you could tailormake an event to suit the needs of your industry, your stakeholders, and your members? And what if you could invite the whole world? What would that event look like? That’s exactly what the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) did with World ATM Congress, now celebrating its fifth year. Together, the partners have created a one-stopshop for air traffic where literally all the major players are under one roof, with the backdrop of one of Europe’s major transportation hubs. World ATM is a three-day beehive, a flurry of business deals and connections being made. It benefits the industry as a whole, from bottom to top: World ATM Congress is and always will be for the industry, by the industry. Essentially, ATCA and CANSO knew they could create a better event, so they did. While World ATM Congress is now a fixture on the calendar of every ATM professional, it wasn’t always that way. Just seven years ago, what’s now become the largest ATM exhibition in the world was just an idea. It then grew as most ideas do: with the right people at the right place at the right time.

Exhibition Hall Hours Hall 9 at IFEMA, Feria de Madrid (North Entrance) Tuesday, 7 March 10.00 – 19.30 Wednesday, 8 March 10.00 – 18.00 Thursday, 9 March 10.00 – 14.00

Delegate Conference Hours Exhibition Hall, End of Aisles 200 and 300 Tuesday, 7 March 9.15 – 12.45 Wednesday, 8 March 9.15 – 12.30

Attendees listen to speakers during last year’s Session One: Big Picture Leadership.

The idea came from Neil Planzer, Chairman Emeritus of ATCA and former Boeing Vice President of ATM. ATCA loved the idea and ran with it, then approaching CANSO. It then gained momentum in a 2011 meeting in Dublin, Ireland. “World ATM Congress was a no brainer,” said Peter F. Dumont, ATCA’s President and CEO. “It was the next step for our organisation. ATCA has been in the industry since 1956 – we’ve always been involved with everything important in the ATM industry.” “We had laser focus on where we wanted to go,” he continued. “I knew we could make it happen – we had the right experience, the right people, and the know-how.” The next two years were spent building a strategy, negotiating partnership agreements, and choosing a proper venue and host city. In no time, they had half of the Exhibition Hall floor filled, with Boeing being the first to sign on as a sponsor. According to Dumont, they worked to create a plan that would impact stakeholders in the least disruptive way. They knew moving the industry cavalry from Amsterdam where ATC Global was traditionally held to Madrid would be change enough. The final agreement was signed with CANSO Director General Jeff Poole, who took his position in the

fall of 2012. World ATM Congress was unveiled in March 2013, and each year has been more successful than the last. Five years in, there’s still no other event like it. So, what’s the secret? “Flexibility has been key – we haven’t been tied to doing things the way they’ve always been done,” said Dumont. “Our exhibition was built on our ability to build relationships, be responsive, and know the needs of

exhibitors and stakeholders – knowing how to connect those needs has been one of our strengths.” “I knew it was going to be successful – I just didn’t know it would happen this quick,” continued Dumont. “It had a lot to do with timing – we had the right leadership at CANSO and ATCA. From the beginning there were believers and there were people who had to be convinced.” Those early believers were CANSO’s Executive Committee (ExCom), especially then-members Eamonn Brennan, Greg Russell, Paul Riemens, Massimo Garbini, as well as Paddy Kennedy of the Irish Aviation Authority. They were champions of World ATM Congress from the start. “If we didn’t have the vision and support from the CANSO ExCom at the beginning, this wouldn’t have been successful, especially for an idea that was outside of the box,” said Dumont. “We recognize that we didn’t do this alone – without the unwavering support of industry, World ATM Congress wouldn’t be successful for ATCA, CANSO, or the industry as a whole,” he noted. While World ATM Congress is no » continued on page 3

Don't Forget! ◆ A record-breaking 230 exhibitors, including 26 new exhibitors (list on page 12). ◆ Over 80 ANSPs. ◆ Five education theatres with over 120 presentations from nearly 100 leading organisations across the aviation and ATM industries. ◆ Come one, come all to today’s IHS Jane’s ATC Awards, 15.15 in the Delegate Theatre, and the European Commission Single European Sky Awards, 16.00 in the SESAR Exchange Theatre (Stand 889). ◆ Tonight’s Welcome Reception from 18.00 – 19.30 in the Exhibition Hall.

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Hall floor. When you walk in that door, I’m always blown away. That first blush of the Hall floor for me is so visceral.”

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◆ Test your futbol skills for prizes: futbol jerseys, flags, and scarves given away daily. ◆ Visit ATCA’s member lounge and catch up with other ATCA members. ◆ Sample beverages and treats. ◆ Catch up on your reading with ATCA’s outstanding publications. ◆ Hear what’s new at this year’s 62nd ATCA Annual Conference and Exposition, and other premier ATCA events.


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NextGen and SESAR Stay in Sync

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ederal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) officials are making sure that their respective ATM modernisation programmes are interoperable and harmonised as needed to support and align with the framework of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP). The massive NextGen and SESAR efforts do not need to be completely identical since they serve the needs of their respective aviation and ATM environments, including airspace users’ needs. However, it is important that their modernised and new capabilities are harmonised to create seamless operations and predictability for airspace users and their investments. The FAA, SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU), and SESAR Deployment Manager are harmonising research, development, and implementation to meet interoperability needs. This collaboration supports the ICAO GANP and its Aviation System Block Upgrade (ASBU) program. Updated periodically for endorsement at the triennial ICAO Assembly, the ICAO GANP and ASBUs provide a rolling 15-year strategy for ATM modernisation on a global scale

based on existing technology and anticipated advancements represented by regional ATM modernisation programmes like NextGen, SESAR, and Japan’s effort, Collaborative Action for Renovation of Air Traffic Systems. The block upgrades identify goals that ICAO member states plan to achieve in six-year periods. The FAA and SESAR share their joint plans with other modernisation programmes and stakeholders engaged in ATM transformation. This work occurs under the US-European Union (EU) Memorandum of Cooperation on NextGen-SESAR interoperability. Some recent accomplishments include: • NextGen and SESAR progress implementation strategies with short-, medium-, and long-term planning on three high-priority implementation programmes: Data Communications (Data Comm), Performance Based Navigation (PBN), and System Wide Information Management (SWIM). • NextGen and SESAR showcased the global interoperability of SWIM data exchange for applications using aeronautical, meteorological, and flight information exchange models, as well as technologies and applications of services.

• An updated avionics roadmap. • Delivery of a Data Comm strategy and progress on a joint Navigation Systems Roadmap. • The US and EU collaborated on a GANP revision outlining essential ATM “backbone” modules for operational improvements to support GANP’s evolution, all of which are necessary for global, regional, or national ATM services’ safety, capacity, and efficiency plans. • Added a new transversal risk management process to identify interoperability and harmonisation risks between the two ATM modernisation programs. Florian Guillermet, executive director of SESAR JU, said the updated report shows a great deal of recent

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longer in its honeymoon phase, industry interest has only grown. This year, the show is set to break its own records with 230 exhibitors covering more floor space than ever before. In addition, last year, World ATM Congress extended its contract and will call Madrid and

progress advancing ATM modernisation and interoperability: “This second edition of the ‘State of Harmonisation’ clearly shows what can be achieved when two of the leading regions in aviation join forces.” “There is still a lot of work to be done to achieve harmonisation between the United States and Europe,” said Jim Eck, FAA Assistant Administrator for NextGen. “We will ensure that NextGen and SESAR cooperative efforts remain in sync with each other and comply with the ICAO roadmap detailed by the GANP.” This work is documented in the new second edition of the “NextGenSESAR State of Harmonisation,” available at http://tinyurl.com/nextgensesarreport. IFEMA its home through 2022. “We’re now in the innovative stage,” said Dumont. “But the part of the event I still most look forward to is connecting with all the people I don’t have the opportunity to see during the year.” Five years in, one thing’s for certain: the best years are ahead for World ATM Congress. Welcome to Madrid. Let’s start the show!

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Company_Name.................. Stand Number 360world..................................................1165 42 Solutions.............................................1350 A-B-C Adacel Systems, Inc..................................598 ADB Safegate............................................335 Adder Technology...................................1226 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 MR-1 Air World Today Ltd.................................1103 Airbus.......................................................1105 MR-2 Aireon LLC.................................................925 Airtel ATN...................................................111 MR-3 Airways New Zealand................................590 ALES, Member of ICZ Group..................1263 All Weather, Inc..........................................853 Altitude Angel..........................................1378 ALTYS Technologies................................1208 Anhui Sun Create Electronics MR-4 Co., Ltd...................................................470 AT-One.......................................................951 MR-5 ATC Network............................................1194 Atech........................................................1253 MR-6 ATIS UHER SA...........................................466 ATRiCS GmbH...........................................433 MR-7 ATS Data Design........................................801 Avion Revue.............................................1370 1378 Avitech GmbH...........................................553 1370 Azimut JSC................................................239 1368 BAN 2000 GmbH......................................851 Bayanat Engineering.................................592 Becker Avionics GmbH...........................1350 Beel Technologies Inc.............................1235 Biral - Bristol Industrial & Research Associates Ltd.......................969 1366 Boeing........................................................816 BridgeNet International...........................1368 1362 Brody Forbes.............................................145 BULATSA.................................................1167 1360 Cadmos microsystems Srl......................1348 1358 Campbell Scientific Ltd.............................468 1356 Casada Health Care................................1269 1354 CGH Technologies, Inc.............................482 Civil Air Navigation Services 1352 Organisation (CANSO)...........................403 Coastal Environmental 1350 Systems, Inc...........................................468 COMSOFT Solutions GmbH...................1135 1348 comsuisse AG...........................................888 1346 Comtech EF Data....................................1137 COOPANS.................................................941 Copperchase Ltd.....................................1336 CPI - ASC Signal Division.........................955 CS Communications & Systemes............479 1344 CS SOFT a.s............................................1247 CST - Computer Simulation 1342 Technology............................................1196 1336 CXR Anderson Jacobson.......................1200 D-E-F DF Núcleo..................................................805 1334 DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH.....................................................834 1332 Diamond Antenna and 1330 Microwave Corp.......................................135 1324 GNIRDLR............................................................951 ETAC DLR GfR mbH..........................................1322 1322 DSNA.........................................................480 DSNA Services - INNOV'ATM 1316 CGX Aéro................................................473 HCNUL ETEasat AGELRadar ED Systems Ltd.........................351

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Tuesday Exhibitor Listing » from page 4 Company Name/Assigned Stand Edda Systems.........................................1145 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 Press Interview Lounge........................1360 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 VNIIRA......................................................1358 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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Tuesday 7 March — Free Education AIREON SPOTLIGHT STAGE Tuesday, 7 March 2017

14.40 – 15.00 DF Núcleo

10.10 – 10.30 European Datalink Recovery Plan Patrick Geurts, SITAONAIR

15.10 – 15.30 Countering the Rising Drone Threat at Airports Christian Jaeger, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH

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

15.40 – 16.00 An Introduction to Project 10 PROSA, Part of the SESAR 2020 Programme Dr. Jörg Bergner, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

11.10 – 11.50 Data and Intelligence – ANSP Business Perspective George Parobek, LAIC AG 12.00 – 12.40 Remote Tower Operations: The Human Factor Rolf Zon, NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre; 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.

16.10 – 16.30 Space Traffic Management for Safe Air and Space Travel 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 View session abstracts at: www.worldatmcongress.org/aireon-spotlight-stage

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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 What Can SATCOM Do for You? 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, 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 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

View session abstracts at: www.worldatmcongress.org/tower-theatre

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

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14.45 – 15.05 Stepwise Integration of UAS Into the ATM System Dr. Bernd Korn, AT-One/DLR 15.15 – 15.35 Artificial Intelligence Innovation in Air Traffic Management Alex Sauriol, Searidge Technologies 15.45 – 16.05 Introduction of Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI) Shigeru Ozeki, ENRI 16.15 – 16.35 EGNOS: Status Update and Next Steps Carmen Aguilera, GSA; Victor Alvarez, ESSP 16.45 – 17.45 The ATM Policy Institute: ATM Market Liberalisation – Why, What and How? David McMillan and Matthew Baldwin, European Commission

Free Education View session abstracts at: www.worldatmcongress.org/frequentis-aviation-arena


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Adapting to Change in ATM – Creating the Right Culture TUESDAY, 7 MARCH 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

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

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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, regulators, and others of its planned changes? How does an organisation ensure it has a culture of adapting with 11.00 – 11.30 Networking Break

Keynote Speaker:

Willie Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, IAG, and Chair, IATA

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?

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017 15.15 – 16.00 IHS Jane's ATC Awards The IHS Jane’s ATC Awards 2017 attracted 41 nominations from across the air transport industry, highlighting major innovations and projects that enhance airspace capacity, safety, and environmental sustainability. Winning entries will be announced today 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.

With such a strong emphasis on safety McMahon and an almost inbuilt 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? 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 truly attractive to the next generation? Moderator: Steve McMahon, Deputy Vice President, Safety and Technical Training, Federal Aviation Administration

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Panel: Capt. Gilbert Macharia Kibe, Director General, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Patrik Peters, President and CEO, IFATCA Chris Metts, Vice President, Global Aviation and ATM, Harris Corporation (see page 9 for bio) Stephen Angus, Executive General Manager, Air Navigation Services, Airservices Australia (see page 9 for bio) 12.45 Lunch and World ATM Congress Exhibition 18.00 –19.30 World ATM Congress Opening Reception

FABEC ATM THEATRE Tuesday, 7 March 2017 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. 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 13.00 – 14.30 Data Link Services Recovery Plan Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager 14:45 – 15.45 Data is Power: Operational Efficiencies Delivered Through Information Access for Impact 16.00 – 17.00 The Importance of Collaboration Jim Ullmann and Jeff Woods, National Air Traffic Controllers Association (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 View session abstracts at: www.worldatmcongress.org/fabec-atm-theatre

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Managing Change and the Diffusion of Innovations By Hannu Juurakko, Vice President ATM Civil, Frequentis AG

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Currently, we see an increased interest from regular airports for remote tower technologies to provide better visibility and enhance operations utilising artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and safety nets.

n 2015, my presentation was titled "Change Ahead: How to Keep Pace with New ATM Developments." Two years later, the entire conference theme is "Adapting to Change in ATM - Creating the Right Culture." It focuses on change driven by new technologies, new entrants into the airspace, and business models. There are said to be several attributes influencing the rate innovations are adopted: The cultural aspect can be found in compatibility, meaning that a new concept is more likely to be adopted if it's compatible with (1) sociocultural values and beliefs, (2) previously introduced ideas, and (3) the client’s needs for the innovation. At present, there is a huge change in cultural values, so I am optimistic ATM will change the rate at which it adopts innovations.

ed with new users. And while I'm sure the conference will be full of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) talk, the underlying mission of our industry remains the same – to fly safely and legally in assigned airspaces. Our research efforts focus on these future concepts to build a true UAS traffic management (UTM) system that works seamlessly with the existing ATM world.

Drones – the grown-up new kid on the block No one disagrees that the once manageable airspace is being flood-

The tech revolution in ATM We are closely following tech trends around the world, and are convinced that machine learning

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in the ATM world would ever dare to leave this up to software alone. Today, thanks to an intelligent, converged network, one of our customers will reap the benefits of its software-defined network. This required changing the customer’s values and beliefs beyond existing concepts in ATM.

and artificial intelligence has already reached ATM. Digitalisation of towers and remote virtual tower technologies will also provide huge benefits to regular tower operations. Currently, we see an increased interest from regular airports for remote tower technologies to provide better visibility and enhance operations utilising artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and safety nets. We have also identified the potential for software-defined networking (SDN) to improve ATM networks. While SDN was adopted years ago by companies like Google, no one

Demographic changes enable a new culture ATM is dominated by an experienced workforce, often with military ATC heritage. As the new generation of workforce takes over, new ideas and concepts, as well as high expectations, will allow us to form a modern ATM concept. Initiatives such as ATCA’s Young Aviation Professionals (YAP) – visit www.atca. org/youngprofessionals for more information – have a vision to develop the industry’s newest leaders, increasing the attractiveness of aviation, and specifically ATM, and to attract and retain new talent to in turn bring a new spin to ATM culture. Frequentis is your reliable and strategic partner at all stages of innovation. Contact us to find out how we are actively managing change – meet us at Stand 526.


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Two New Speakers to Join Today’s Session Two Panel Chris Metts, Vice President, Global Aviation and Air Traffic Management, Harris Corporation Chris Metts is Vice President, Global Aviation and Air Traffic Management for Harris Corporation’s Electronic Systems segment. He is responsible for understanding the state and trajectory of international aviation and addressing future trends impacting the NAS, global air traffic management, and international aviation. He also advises on global harmonisation of aviation standards and technologies. Metts joined Harris after 31 years at the FAA where he held positions of progressive responsibility, concluding with an acting assignment as Chief Acquisition Officer. Earlier, he served as VP of En Route Operation in Air Traffic, and VP of the FAA’s Program Management Organization, providing senior leadership in defining, designing, developing, acquiring, deploying, and maintaining the agency’s capital investment programs. Metts began his aviation career as an air traffic controller, eventually serving as Director of Operations for the Western United States and later as Vice President for En Route and Oceanic Operations for the entire US. He led the effort to transition air traffic facilities to a new automation platform in preparation for NextGen capabilities, and performed a leadership role in overseeing the shutdown and later restoration of the NAS to full operations following the September 11 terror attacks. Metts also served as Transportation and Civil Aviation Attaché to US Embassies in Japan, China, and Singapore, building and maintaining relationships, and facilitating the resolution of a variety of global aviation issues. While in Singapore, he was responsible for the FAA’s entire Asia Pacific portfolio. His international experience spans his entire career, including being named a Mike Mansfield Fellow, spending two years on

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Stephen Angus, Executive General Manager, Air Navigation Services, Airservices Australia Stephen Angus has a diverse operational and leadership background in aviation starting with Airservices as an operational flight service and air traffic controller. He has a background in ATC training, with team leader roles and operational management positions based in Melbourne. He has a Master of Business Administration from Melbourne Business School (Mt. Eliza) and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2005, he joined the Airservices Executive Committee as General Manager, Airspace and Environment Regulatory Unit, before it was transferred to CASA. From there, Angus held a number of executive roles such as National Operations and New Service Initiatives. In 2008 he was appointed Executive General Manager Safety and Assurance. In 2014 he joined Inmarsat Global as Senior Director Policy, Safety and Operational Services, which involved the development of satellite communications, particularly for oceanic operations. He also worked in the resources industry conducting safety performance reviews. He worked closely with the Flight Safety Foundation before re-joining Airservices in July 2016 as the Executive General Manager Air Navigation Services. See the Tuesday 7 March Conference Programme schedule on page 7.

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diplomatic assignment understanding and enhancing the US/Japan relationship, and including one year with the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau and Japan’s National Diet. In addition, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, is fluent in Japanese, and is a frequent speaker at aerospace association panels around the world.

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SESAR EXCHANGE THEATRE

EUROCONTROL's Stand 849 will be the setting of most of EUROCONTROL's events – including exhibits, demos, and daily briefings on various topics. EUROCONTROL's exhibits and demos will show projects delivering air traffic management performance at various levels across Europe and beyond.

The SESAR Stand and Exchange Theatre (889) will feature a wide variety of sessions, which will illustrate with concrete examples how SESAR works with their partners and with the air navigation service providers (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 are bringing to airspace users and passengers, and the overall European economy.

More specifically, the focus will be on: • The Network Manager and how it contributes to network performance through ATM data. • Enhanced civil-military cooperation in air traffic management. • Remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) solutions. • System Wide Information Management (SWIM) and how it can enable global data exchange. • The Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre and its innovative tools and concepts. • Surveillance infrastructure rationalisation to improve ATM efficiency across Europe and beyond. The full programme of events follows. Briefings Over the three days of the show, EUROCONTROL’s experts will deliver a series of 30-minute briefings on the key developments shaping today’s and the future ATM system. This afternoon the stand will host a dedicated session on disruptive technologies through a presentation of EUROCONTROL’s 2016 Hackathon event, which saw participants facing the challenge of developing a more flexible version of EUROCONTROL's surveillance– data exchange software, known as ASTERIX. This will be followed by a presentation on the ongoing air traffic controller student competition – featuring a presentation of the air traffic controller job, what it takes to become an air traffic controller, and the selection process. Tuesday, 7 March 2017 10:15 - 10:45 SESAR 1 Successful Developments In Military Avionics Jorge Pereira, Head of CNS Unit, EUROCONTROL 10:45 - 11:15 SESAR 2020 Priorities for Improved Civil-Military Air Traffic Management Interoperability Edgar Reuber, Military Expert, EUROCONTROL Ignacio del Valle, European Defence Agency (EDA) 11:15 - 11:45 Surveillance Infrastructure Rationalisation Jean-Marc Duflot, Surveillance Products and Services Manager, EUROCONTROL 11:45 - 12:15 TOTAL ATM: The Maastricht UAC ATM Knowledge Centre (MAKC) Flemming Nyrup, Senior Manager MAKC, Maastricht Upper Airspace Control Centre (MUAC) Robin Hickson, Senior Manager MAKC, Maastricht Upper Airspace Control Centre (MUAC) 14:00 - 14:30 SESAR 1 Successful Developments In Military Avionics Jorge Pereira, Head of CNS Unit, EUROCONTROL 14:30 - 15:00 SESAR 2020 Priorities For Improved Civil-Military Air Traffic Management Interoperability Edgar Reuber, Military Expert, EUROCONTROL Ignacio del Valle, European Defence Agency (EDA) 15:00 - 15:30 TOTAL ATM: The Maastricht UAC ATM Knowledge Centre (MAKC) Flemming Nyrup, Senior Manager MAKC, Maastricht Upper Airspace Control Centre (MUAC) Robin Hickson, Senior Manager MAKC, Maastricht Upper Airspace Control Centre (MUAC) Reaching Out to the Next Generation

15:30 - 15:50 Bringing Disruptive Technologies Through Out-Of-The-Box Thinking: EUROCONTROL’s 2016 Hackathon Benjamin Cramet, Surveillance Expert, EUROCONTROL 15:50 - 16:15 The Hackathon’s Outcome, Lessons Learned, and Next Steps Benjamin Cramet and Hackathon’s winning team 16:15 - 17:00 The Job of Air Traffic Controller and EUROCONTROL's Student Air Traffic Controller Competition Nicolas De Koninck, Recruitment Specialist, EUROCONTROL

View session details at: www.eurocontrol.int/eurocontrol-world-atm-congress-2017

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017 Agenda At a Glance 10.30 – 11.00 Official Opening of the SESAR Stand by European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc 11.00 – 12.00 Setting The Scene: Partnering for Excellence in Global Aviation 12.15 – 13.30 SESAR 2020 13.00 – 14.30 Data Link Services Recovery Plan (ATM Theatre) 13.45 – 15.00 Towards Global Interoperability 16.00 – 17.00 Single European Sky (SES) Awards Ceremony 17.00 – 18.00 SES Awards Networking Drink View session descriptions at: www.worldatmcongress.org/sesar-exchange-theatre

DFS and Its New Subsidiary Exhibit with an Innovative Stand in Madrid

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glass construction designed to resemble the cab of a control tower rises high into the air at the DFS stand, a matrix of polygons suggest the contours of airspace sectors and illuminated flight tracks crisscross the construction. The German ANSP DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung and its new subsidiary DFS Aviation Services, which was established in January 2017, showcase their double-decker stand in the World ATM Congress Exhibition Hall today. The stand was designed with the air navigation services industry in mind. “With DFS Aviation Services, we are laying the foundation for our commercial business to grow and become a thriving business in its own right, in addition to our core business financed by air navigation charges. Our goal is to double its revenues in the long term,” explained Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, Chairman and CEO of DFS. “DFS Aviation Services combines the best of both worlds: the expertise and quality standards of DFS, one of the world’s largest and most progressive air navigation service providers, and a young company with a lean structure.” DFS Aviation Services offers products and services related to all fields of air navigation. Since

1995, the commercial business was handled by a business unit of DFS called “Aeronautical Solutions.” The new company can draw on the German ANSP’s more than 60 years of experience. DFS Aviation Services is also responsible for air traffic control at regional airports in Germany. In the past, they were managed by DFS subsidiary The Tower Company, which has now been incorporated into DFS Aviation Services. With the associated UK-based Air Navigation Solutions Ltd., DFS Aviation Services is also responsible for the provision of air traffic control at London Gatwick Airport, the busiest single-runway airport in the world, and as of 2018, for air traffic control at Edinburgh Airport in Scotland. To be closer to the customers in Asia, local representative offices were established in Singapore and Beijing. A local office in the Middle East is also planned. Visit DFS and its subsidiary at Stand 834 and get to know the team of DFS Aviation Services.


As the volume of air traffic increases there’s a need to enhance system safety and efficiency. This is now possible thanks to SwiftBroadband-Safety, secure IP broadband for the flight deck. Inmarsat provides the satcom capability to meet future capacity demands and reduced separation requirements. We’re the only provider to offer a total communications, navigation and surveillance solution. Satcom has already saved airlines $3 billion to date*. SwiftBroadband-Safety, with its real-time data, will drive those savings even higher. We’re very proud of our role as a key partner to international ATM modernisation programmes. Find out how we can help you benefit from the changes ahead. *Helios 2017 research

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World ATM Congress Welcomes 26 New Exhibitors in 2017 Company Name........................................................... Stand Number 360world.........................................................................................1165 Adder Technology...........................................................................1226 Agile SDE, LLC...............................................................................1332 Airworld Today Ltd..........................................................................1103 Altitude Angel.................................................................................1378 BAN 2000 GmbH..............................................................................851 comsuisse AG..................................................................................888 EUROCAE........................................................................................889 EUROCONTROL'S Network Manager.............................................889 European Commission.....................................................................889 European Defence Agency...............................................................889 Federal State Unitary Enterprise (State Research Institute of Aviation Systems).............................149 Finavia Corporation........................................................................1362 Forum Systems..............................................................................1332 Hensoldt - Airbus DS Electoncis.....................................................1117 Insero Software................................................................................851 NAVBLUE Ltd.................................................................................1211 Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd............................................................961 Paris Lodron University Salzburg...................................................1214 Polomarconi Telsa SpA.....................................................................971 Red Hat, Inc....................................................................................1332 Rigil Corporation...............................................................................117 Solace.............................................................................................1366 Unifly nv............................................................................................151 Wake Watch....................................................................................1344 Zodiac Arresting Systems.................................................................900

Meet Some Exhibitors International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) – Stand 1216 Virginie Leblanc, Project Manager vleblanc@icao.int www.icao.int The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is a United Nations specialised agency, established by States in 1944 to manage the administration and governance of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention). ICAO works with the Convention’s 191 Member States and industry groups to reach consensus on international civil aviation Standards, Recommended Practices (SARPs) and policies in support of a safe, efficient, secure, economically sustainable, and environmentally responsible civil aviation sector. These SARPs and policies are used by ICAO Member States to ensure that their local civil aviation operations and regulations conform to global norms, which in turn permits more than 100,000 daily flights in aviation’s global network to operate safely and reliably in every region of the world. For more information on ICAO events and other products, please visit us at Stand 1216.

Altitude Angel – Stand 1378 hello@altitudeangel.com www.altitudeangel.com/GuardianUTM Altitude Angel enables the safe integration of UAS into national airspace systems, delivering digital situation intelligence to drones, their operators, regulators, authorities, and other stakeholders using the world’s most accurate, real-time relevant data and services through our flagship cloud platform, GuardianUTM. With GuardianUTM, our customers deploy national solutions to connected drones and apps that solve the integration challenges posed today (under visual line-ofsight regulations) while being technically future-proof amid a changing regulatory landscape. Purpose-built from the ground up, GuardianUTM delivers environmental, regulatory, and aviation intelligence directly to those who need it, when they need it, and offers a built-in drone and operator registry, a suite of mobile apps, drone connectivity, and realtime separation assurance for a fully beyond visual line of sight and automated future.

Drones and Airports: Preventing the Inevitable

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espite restrictions to keep drones away from critical airspace surrounding airports, more than 1,800 pilots reported drone sightings last year according to the FAA. As the proliferation of small drones continues, the number of incursions will continue to increase. Dozens of near misses on approach and departure, many resulting in airport closures, remind us that a drone collision is likely inevitable. But what’s the real threat? A drone could cause engine failure and damage to the fuselage, wing, etc. As authorities and regulatory bodies grapple with how to address the growing threat and maintain the current level of safety, a number of

companies are offering solutions. “It’s an air surveillance issue,” explains Anthony Albanese of Gryphon Sensors. “These small, slow, low-flying craft aren’t detectable by traditional ATC systems. Air traffic controllers need to know drones are nearby with enough reaction time to do something about it.” While rulemaking is beginning to address the UAS challenge, there currently are no systems in the NAS that reliably detect small UAS – a necessary requirement to provide even the most basic level of safety through situational awareness in critical airspace such as terminal environments. Small drones do not use universal transmission standards, but they can

fly without emitting RF signals and are about the same size as a large bird. This challenging surveillance situation requires the use of several diverse technologies to ensure full situational awareness. Gryphon Sensors Skylight™ solution uses multi-spectrum sensors to detect, track, and classify drones in scalable coverage areas. The ability to also receive and correlate ADS-B and existing ATC surveillance data offers positive confirmation of unknown aircraft in the area. With this data, controllers can properly clear the airspace and provide pertinent details to law enforcement. “Catastrophe can be avoided using easily deployable ground sensor technology,” says Albanese.

Gryphon will be one of a handful of companies to demonstrate their drone detection capability later this spring through the FAA’s Pathfinder Initiative. The companies’ prototype UAS sensor detection systems will be evaluated at FAA-selected airports. The agency and its federal government partners will work with the companies to study the effectiveness of their respective technologies, while ensuring they do not interfere with the safety and security of normal airport operations. Albanese will speak more about this emerging threat at 12.00-12.20 today in the Tower Theatre. You can also learn more by visiting the Gryphon Sensors Stand 1201.

Don’t Miss These Events at the skyguide – Swiss ANS Solutions Stand 1220! Coflight Cloud Services Demonstrations

• 7 March at 11.00 and 15.00 • 8 March at 11.00 and 15.00 Product Presentations by skyguide solutions and Swiss Apéro

• 7 March: Presentation at 15.30; Apéro at 16.00 • 8 March: Presentation at 15.30; Apéro at 16.00

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