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CANSO LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN CONFERENCE 2016 Leading Operational Excellence

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LEAD SPONSOR


ORGANISED BY CANSO CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – is the global voice of air traffic management (ATM) worldwide. CANSO Members support over 85% of world air traffic. Members share information and develop new policies, with the ultimate aim of improving air navigation services (ANS) on the ground and in the air. CANSO represents its Members’ views to a wide range of aviation stakeholders, including the International Civil Aviation Organization, where it has official Observer status. CANSO has an extensive network of Associate Members drawn from across the aviation industry.

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HOSTED BY COCESNA As a mean to achieve a complete and balanced integration of aeronautical services in the Central America region, on 26th February 1960, five Central America countries (Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua) signed an agreement that established an intergovernmental organisation named “Corporación Centroamericana de Servicios de Navegación Aérea” (COCESNA, Central American Corporation for Air Navigation Services). In 1996 Belize joined COCESNA. COCESNA’s objectives are to provide professional air traffic control, aeronautical telecommunications, air navigation aids and meteorological information to ensure the safety of air navigation and efficient operation of air traffic services for the Central America Flight Information Region. This cooperative endeavour has reduced significantly the cost of providing such services and proved be successful in meeting the demand for regional development and technological progress of aviation for the Central America countries. In October 1976, COCESNA was the recipient of the 11th Edward Warner Award, ICAO’s highest honour. The inscribed gold medal and certificate of recognition were bestowed on COCESNA “for its contribution to the provision of efficient and coordinated services for air navigation and communications which have remarkably increased the safety of international flights in the Central American region.”

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LEAD SPONSOR AIREON Aireon is deploying a space-based air traffic surveillance system for ADS-B equipped aircraft throughout the entire globe. Aireon will harness next-generation aviation surveillance technologies that are currently ground-based and, for the first time ever, extend their reach globally to significantly improve efficiency, enhance safety, reduce emissions and provide cost savings benefits to all stakeholders. Real-time ADS-B surveillance will cover oceanic, polar and remote regions, as well as augment existing groundbased systems that are limited to terrestrial airspace. In partnership with leading ANSPs from around the world, like NAV CANADA, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), ENAV and Naviair, as well as Iridium Communications, Aireon will have an operational, global, spacebased air traffic surveillance system by 2018. Contact Information: 1750 Tysons Blvd #1150, McLean, VA 22102, USA +1 703 287 7500 info@aireon.com aireon.com

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WELCOME RECEPTION AND LUNCH

OUTSIDE AREA ENTRANCE

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Events Contacts

5 December Welcome Reception Smart casual 6 – 10 December Conference and workshops Business attire

Michelle Sachtler Events Coordinator Tel: +31 651 884 000 michelle.sachtler@canso.org

Samantha Tang Events Coordinator Tel: +31 610 992 611 samantha.tang@canso.org

6 December Conference Dinner Business attire Helen Parker Development Manager Tel: +31 06 1099 2610 helen.parker@canso.org

Javier Vanegas CANSO Director Latin America and Caribbean Affairs Tel: +52 155 437 70630 javier.vanegas@canso.org


Foreword by Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO

Dear colleagues, Welcome to Costa Rica! The theme of this conference is “Leading Operational Excellence” so we will be looking at the operational measures that are helping ANSPs to transform ATM performance. These include implementing performance-based navigation, with a three-day workshop looking in detail at the eight agreed routes that will harmonise an efficient PBN route structure. Another session will look at ‘CADENA’, a new air traffic flow management initiative in the region that will help ensure that capacity is used efficiently. With the ICAO Assembly recently agreeing a global carbon offset scheme for aviation, there is now an even greater focus on reducing emissions to reduce the need for carbon credits as much as possible. ANSPs have an important role in helping the aviation industry to improve its environmental performance through a range of operational measures in air traffic management which we will be exploring in the environment session. Safety is the industry’s number one priority and the conference programme reflects this with sessions on runway safety and how to communicate during an accident investigation; as well as a one-day workshop that trains and informs participants about SEANS-Safety, the CANSO Standard of Excellence in Safety Management Systems – Safety. This is an important new CANSO programme that helps ANSPs assess and evaluate the maturity of their safety management systems. I would like to thank COCESNA for hosting the conference; as well as Aireon, the lead sponsor, and our other sponsors (see pages 22-29) for their generous and invaluable support. Enjoy the conference! Sincerely,

Jeff Poole Director General CANSO

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MONDAY 5 DECEMBER 15:00 - 17:00

Meeting of CANSO Latin America CEO Committee (LAC3) CLOSED MEETING

Venue: Jacarandas

18:30 - 20:30 Welcome Reception Venue: Arboledas I,II Sponsored by

TUESDAY 6 DECEMBER 08:00 - 09:00 Conference Registration Venue: Foyer Sponsored by

09:00 - 10:00 Opening Remarks Venue: Real I Ing. Carlos Villata Villegas, Minister, Public Works and Transport, Costa Rica Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO Micilia Albertus-Verboom, Director General, DC-ANSP, Chair LAC3 Julio Siu, Deputy Regional Director, North American, Central American and Caribbean Regional Office, ICAO Jorge Vargas, Executive President, COCESNA

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Moderator: Javier Vanegas, Director Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, CANSO


TUESDAY - CONTINUED 10:00 - 11:00 Effective Communication During an Accident Investigation The purpose of this session is to raise awareness of the realities associated with the accident/incident investigation process. It will highlight how to deal with accident/incident investigations as a team; provide information about communication during an accident/incident investigation; and give examples of lessons learned, including both successful and unsuccessful handling of issues during an accident/incident investigation. The session will include a simulated accident/incident investigation, to prepare ANSP senior management for critical situations. Moderator: Linda Tavlin, Aviation Communication Specialist, Professor Aviation Emergency Response Program, University of Southern California and Cranfield University

11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break Venue: Real II Sponsored by

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TUESDAY - CONTINUED 11:30 - 12:30 Measuring Environmental Performance Aviation capacity demand is expected to grow rapidly in the coming decades and will have a direct impact on the environmental performance of the aviation industry. Air navigation service providers (ANSPs) play a vital part in the implementation of policies and practices that limit and reduce aviation’s environmental footprint. This session will investigate how ANSPs can effectively manage environmental performance. Dr Agustín Rodríguez Grellet, President and CEO, EANA Javier Martinez, Director General, ACI-LAC Jeff Williams, Senior Vice President, Tetra Tech AMT and Co-chair, CANSO PBN Workgroup Carlos Cirilo, Regional Director, Safety and Flight Operations, The Americas, IATA Cyriel Kronenburg, Vice President, Aviation Services, Aerion LLC Moderator: Stephen Merlin, Air Traffic Control Specialist, Environmental Policy & Operations Division, Office of Environment and Energy, FAA

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TUESDAY - CONTINUED 12:30 - 13:30 CANSO ATFM Data Exchange Network for the Americas Air traffic flow management (ATFM) is an enabler of air traffic management efficiency and effectiveness. This session will focus on the recently established CANSO ATFM Data Exchange Network for the Americas (CADENA), and its role in defining and implementing regional ATFM capabilities. The session will review the effectiveness of existing and planned ATFM systems in the Latin America and Caribbean region; make specific recommendations regarding ATFM; and identify an appropriate mechanism for the ongoing review of such systems. Rohan Garib, Deputy Director General, Air Navigation Services, Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority Kevin Chamness, Director, ATO International Office, FAA Pablo Luna, Coordinador EvaluaciĂłn y Desarrollo Servicios SNA, COCESNA Martin Garcia, ATS Adjoint Director General, SENEAM Moderator: Roosevelt PeĂąa, ATFM/CDM Project Manager, IDAC and Chair of CADENA

13:30 - 15:00 Lunch Venue: Arboledas I, II

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TUESDAY - CONTINUED 15:00 - 16:15 Runway Safety Safety is the industry’s number one priority and as air traffic in the region increases, so should our understanding and development of safety processes and procedures. This session will open with a discussion on safety culture and its importance in runway safety. The panel will then discuss safety performance indicators, operational problems and methods and equipment to protect runways. Safety enhancement initiatives such as stakeholder advisory councils and Runway Safety Action Teams will also be highlighted. Greg Pray, Headquarters Manager, Runway Safety, FAA ATO Adriana Boza, Operations Manager, Juan Santamaria International Airport, San JosÊ, Costa Rica Frazier Rodriguez, State Safety Programme-Safety Management System and Runway Safety Team Specialist, Civil Aviation Authority, Costa Rica Captain Steve Jangelis, Aviation Safety Vice Chairman, Air Line Pilots Association, International

Moderator: Kimberly Pyle, Safety Programme Manager, CANSO

16:15 - 16:45 Coffee Break Sponsored by

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TUESDAY - CONTINUED 16:45 - 17:00 Project Loon - Balloon-Powered Internet This briefing will provide insight into Project Loon’s mission, operational concept and aviation safety features. It will elaborate on its presence in Latin America and the Caribbean - today’s operations and future plans, and will also share the recent ICAO General Assembly recommendations related to the United Nations strategic development goals and Project Loon’s contribution to ICAO’s No County Left Behind initiative. Julie Jin, Senior Program Manager - Safety & Airspace Integration, Project Loon

17:00 - 17:15 Conference conclusions and closing remarks

19:00 - 22:00 Conference Dinner Venue: Real I Sponsored by

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WEDNESDAY 7 DECEMBER - SAFETY WORKSHOP 09:00 - 17:00

CANSO Standard of Excellence in Air Navigation Services - Safety (SEANS-Safety) Workshop FOR CANSO ANSP MEMBERS ONLY

Venue: Jacarandas The CANSO Standard of Excellence in Air Navigation Services Safety (SEANS-Safety) is an approach to assess and demonstrate the safety management system (SMS) maturity levels of air navigation service providers (ANSPs). SEANS-Safety will provide CANSO Members with an impartial, standardised means of assuring and demonstrating ANSP safety management capabilities both internally and externally to regulators and ICAO. This SEANS-Safety workshop will provide training for assessing and evaluating the SMS maturity levels of ANSPs and recommended steps for reaching the next level. It is for CANSO ANSP Members (safety professionals) only. Moderator: Kimberly Pyle, Safety Programme Manager, CANSO Greg Myles, SEANS-Safety Programme Manager, CANSO

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Venue: Real II

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Venue: Arboledas I, II

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14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break Venue: Real II


WEDNESDAY 7 DECEMBER - PBN WORKSHOP 09:00 - 17:00 CANSO, IATA and ICAO Performance- Based Navigation Workshop Venue: Real I As a follow-up to the CANSO-IATA-ICAO meeting in Fort Lauderdale in April 2016, the respective organisations are finalising a new performance-based navigation (PBN) route structure for implementation. This workshop will review the advances and benefits of the eight agreed routes that will harmonise an efficient PBN route structure; and begin the implementation process of the second phase of the project. Moderators: Romy Gallegos, Regional Officer, Technical Assistance, International Civil Aviation Organization Marco Vidal, Manager, Safety and Flight Operations, The Americas, IATA Javier Vanegas, Director Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, CANSO Kapri Kupper, Operations Programme Manager, CANSO

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Venue: Real II

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Venue: Arboledas I, II

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break Venue: Real II

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THURSDAY 8 DECEMBER - PBN WORKSHOP CONTINUED 09:00 - 17:00 CANSO, IATA and ICAO Performance- Based Navigation Workshop Venue: Real I The CANSO, IATA and ICAO Performance-Based Navigation Workshop continues. Moderators: Romy Gallegos, Regional Officer, Technical Assistance, International Civil Aviation Organization Marco Vidal, Manager, Safety and Flight Operations, The Americas, IATA Javier Vanegas, Director Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, CANSO Kapri Kupper, Operations Programme Manager, CANSO

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Venue: Robles I, II

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Venue: Laurel

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break 20

Venue: Robles I, II


FRIDAY 9 DECEMBER - PBN WORKSHOP CONTINUED 09:00 - 17:00 CANSO, IATA and ICAO Performance- Based Navigation Workshop Venue: Real I The CANSO, IATA and ICAO Performance-Based Navigation Workshop continues. Moderators: Romy Gallegos, Regional Officer, Technical Assistance, International Civil Aviation Organization Marco Vidal, Manager, Safety and Flight Operations, The Americas, IATA Javier Vanegas, Director Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, CANSO Kapri Kupper, Operations Programme Manager, CANSO

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Venue: Arboledas

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Venue: Laurel

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break Venue: Arboledas

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SPONSORS LEAD SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR Aireon is deploying a space-based air traffic surveillance system for ADS-B equipped aircraft throughout the entire globe. Aireon will harness next-generation aviation surveillance technologies that are currently ground-based and, for the first time ever, extend their reach globally to significantly improve efficiency, enhance safety, reduce emissions and provide cost savings benefits to all stakeholders. Real-time ADS-B surveillance will cover oceanic, polar and remote regions, as well as augment existing ground-based systems that are limited to terrestrial airspace. In partnership with leading ANSPs from around the world, like NAV CANADA, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), ENAV and Naviair, as well as Iridium Communications, Aireon will have an operational, global, space-based air traffic surveillance system by 2018. Contact Information: 1750 Tysons Blvd #1150, McLean, VA 22102, USA +1 703 287 7500 info@aireon.com aireon.com

EXHIBITOR

Aeronav specializes in Integrated Air Traffic Control (ATC) Systems, Prefabricated Control Tower Cabin, Mobile Control Towers, Ground-based Radio Navigation Aids (NavAids), Airfield Lighting Systems, Power Supply Systems and Control Tower Design. Aeronav services range from design, integration, installation, training and maintenance services to global turn-key solutions for Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP), Aviation Organizations and Airport Authorities worldwide. All systems are commissioned in compliance with ICAO recommendations. Contact Information: Benoit Couture 926 Selkirk Avenue, Pointe-Claire, QC, H9R 4T7, Canada +1 514 695 0820 bcouture@aeronavgroup.com aeronavgroup.com

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EXHIBITOR RADAR SYSTEMS LTD

Easat Radar Systems designs & manufactures cost-effective, compact, and modern air traffic radar/surveillance systems including PSR, MSSR Mode-S, SMR, ADS-B, and MLAT for installation at fixed-sites. Transportable versions of our MSSR and/or PSR radar systems are ideal solutions to fill radar coverage gaps, as emergency backups, or to provide temporary coverage. We supply to civil or military clients as sub-systems or complete turnkey systems including towers, equipment rooms and all associated civil works. Worldwide customers include FAA (USA), AENA (Spain), NATS (UK), Kazakhstan CAA, PANSA (Poland), KOCA (South Korea), Indonesian Air Force, and many others. Contact Information: Jan van Gent Easat Radar Systems Ltd, United Kingdom +32 486 966734 jvangent@easat.com easat.com

EXHIBITOR Flightyield is the only fully outsourced revenue management service for air navigation service providers (ANSPs). Flightyield provides a single point of contact to automatically capture, calculate, rate, invoice and collect aeronautical and nonaeronautical fees from all airlines. Implementing an effective revenue management system can deliver significant operational and financial benefits to ANSPs and their customers. We are looking forward to demonstrating how Flightyield could generate additional revenues for your organisation. Contact Information: Frederic Durand +33 1 46 41 10 86 frederic.durand@sita.aero flightyield.aero

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HOTEL ROOM KEY CARDS SPONSOR FREQUENTIS – FOR A SAFER WORLD Frequentis safety-critical communication and information solutions leverage more than sixty years of ATC experience showcasing true leadership in this market. With deep cross-industry experience in civil aviation, defence, public safety, maritime and public transportation markets; the company has built upon its initial control centre voice communications focus to develop deep expertise in these five areas of core competence. The company has driven innovation throughout its history with many ‘industry firsts’ and will continue to do so as the industry evolves with the controller at the centre of all it does. Contact Information: frequentis.com

EXHIBITOR Harris Collaboration, Communications and Optimization Solutions for the Aviation Community Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPS), Airports and Airlines are complex organizations that utilize mission-critical systems for runway optimization and airspace capacity, supported by collaborative tools that harness situational awareness and data sharing, all linked with sophisticated voice communications technologies. In total alignment with industry standards and recommendations provided by such organisations as ICAO, IATA, and CANSO, Harris solutions that address these requirements are currently being integrated in Canada, Europe, the Asia-Pacific Region, the United States and more locations across the globe. Harris has approximately $7.5 billion in annual revenue and supports customers in 120 countries. Contact Information: Chris Metts 600 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington D.C, 20024 +1 202 730 2540 christopher.metts@Harris.com

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COFFEE BREAK SPONSOR For over 100 years Honeywell has been a pioneer in air traffic management both on the ground and in the air. Our technologies can be found on virtually every aircraft in operation today and at airports worldwide. These include our GBAS precision landing solution - SmartPath and our RNP enabling Flight Management Systems which increase airport access and capacity, improve routing efficiency and reduce operating costs. On the ground our runway solutions SmartRunway / SmartLanding are proven to reduce runway incursions and excursions and our intelligent ‘follow the greens’ guidance system delivers improved capacity and enhanced levels of safety. Talk to us today to find out how we’re helping to create more intelligent and effective ATM ecosystems worldwide. Contact Information: 1944 East Sky Harbor Circle, Phoenix, Arizona 85034, USA +1 800 601 3099 atmsolutions@honeywell.com https://aerospace.honeywell.com/Intelligent-Airports/

REGISTRATION SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR As a provider of scalable, interoperable and integrated solutions for the Air Navigation market, with 30-years’ experience in the field and over 150 committed resources, IDS is an ideal partner to face the complex transition from Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) to the global Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) environment. The IDS Air Navigation Division has developed a series of solutions to manage aeronautical information and to highly automate validation, charting and publication processes. IDS currently serves four of the five most influential players in the air navigation service provider market. For more information, visit www.idscorporation.com/na. Contact Information: IDS North America Ltd. 155 Terence Matthews Crescent, Ottawa, ON, Canada +1 613 591 0500 idsna@idscorporation.com idscorporation.com/na

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DINNER SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR Indra is the premier Information Technology Company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe and Latin America. Its ATC, Surveillance Radars, Navaids, Communications and Airports Systems are operational on all continents. Indra’s extensive product portfolio includes forefront technology applications of 4D trajectory FDP, AIS, VCS, CDM, A-SMGCS, ADS-B, MLAT, or WAM. It provides country-wide systems on a turnkey basis. Indra invests €20 million per year in R&D and plays a leading role in SESAR. This year, Indra Navia celebrates a century of innovation for value. The company possesses a depth and breadth of knowledge that has been accumulated over 100 years, in 111 countries and with over 1,000 unique customers. Contact Information: Anita Bilicka Olaf Helsets vei 6, 0694 Oslo, Norway +47 23 18 02 00 events@indra.no indranavia.com

WELCOME RECEPTION SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR JMA Solutions is a management and engineering consulting firm with over 10 years of award-winning performance supporting the federal government. We are a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOSB), 8(a), ISO 9001:2008 certified and a certified Woman-Owned small business. We currently support the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Department of Veteran Affairs and Department of State by delivering highly qualified personnel and outstanding business solutions. Our commitment to excellence has led to numerous accolades from our clients and third party organizations, which include Washington Post’s Top Workplaces, DC Chamber of Commerce Community Impact Award, BE 100s, Inc. 500 & 5000, among others. Contact Information: Ashley Spencer 600 Maryland Ave SW Suite 400E Washington, DC 20024, USA 202 465 8205 marketing@jma-solutions.com jma-solutions.com

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ROOM DROP SPONSOR Jotron manufactures ground to air communication products and offers a complete range of radio communication equipment, from complex integrated systems to stand-alone radio solutions for both airport and maritime applications. Jotron radios and recorders are integrated in accordance with VoIP standard (ED-137B). Ricochet, a Jotron synchronized record and replay system has been specifically designed for the air traffic control (ATC) communications, navigation and surveillance markets. Ricochet captures, replays and analysis data, data which can be used to reconstruct an incident. This flexible system supplies the best unified recording thereby, ensuring perfect synchronization of audio, radar, screens and closed circuit television. Follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook. Contact Information: Wendy Barstad P.O. Box 54, Østbyveien 1, 3281 Tjodalyng, Norway +47 33 13 97 00 sales@jotron.com jotron.com

NOTEBOOKS SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR Metron Aviation is a trusted and proven innovator in the air traffic management (ATM) industry. A subsidiary of Airbus Americas, Metron Aviation has an honored past of developing ATM and air traffic flow management (ATFM) solutions for the global aviation industry. By working with all stakeholders in the air traffic management ecosystem — Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), airlines, airports, civil aviation authorities and other influencers — through its Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) process, Metron Aviation understands what is at the heart of these issues. Metron offers ATFM systems, weather capabilities, environment and energy analysis and airspace design capabilities to improve airspace efficiency. Contact Information: Metron Aviation 45300 Catalina Ct. Suite 101 Dulles, VA 20166, USA 703 456 0123 info@metronaviation.com metronaviation.com

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REGISTRATION SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR NAVCANatm, a subsidiary of NAV CANADA, offers advanced air traffic management technology used to manage some of the world’s busiest airspace. Experience ATM technology developed on an open architecture, offering automated and intuitive flight data exchange, and integrated air traffic surveillance sources. NAVCANsuite tower-automation tools provide fast and reliable access to airport, tower and terminal control information on up to four touch screen monitors, optimizing controller workspace for safe, efficient operations. Our integrated ATM solutions are deployed at over 100 sites worldwide on 1,200 active controller workstations for safe, efficient and cost-effective air traffic management. For more information, visit www.navcanatm.ca Contact Information: John Fekkes, Vice President Business Development 280 Hunt Club Road, Ottawa, Ontario K1V 1C1, Canada +16 132 486 930 john.fekkes@navcanatm.ca navcanatm.ca

EXHIBITOR The name Park Air has been synonymous with ATC communications since 1966. The Park Air Sapphire concept represents the pinnacle of our expertise, innovation and industry knowledge. The Park Air Sapphire portfolio supplies everything required for ATC communication systems, including Park Air T6 Radios, RF conditioning, IP controllers, remote control and monitoring system, plus extensive ancillaries and accessories. It also offers a customer portal for easy communication. Each Sapphire product has been designed to work in harmony with each other. The benefits of this can be felt with smooth installation and commissioning, and runs through to simple operation. Contact Information: Vitor Correia (Sales), Marion Bauer (Marketing) Northfields, Market Deeping, Peterborough, PE6 8UE, United Kingdom +44 17 78 34 54 34 v.correia@uk.parkairsystems.com https://www.northropgrummaninternational.com/capabilities/aviation/

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EXHIBITOR Saab is a global aerospace and defense company with air traffic management systems deployed at more than 250 locations around the world. Saab provides Surveillance, ATC Automation, CDM, and Digital Tower Solutions. Its reliable surveillance sensors form the foundation for advanced automation and its decision support tools help improve safety, efficiency, and collaboration for all operational stakeholders. As a pioneer in Remote Towers, Saab’s Digital Tower Solutions unlock new and better ways of providing approach and tower services. They enable enhanced visual situational awareness from any location with lower costs than traditional towers. Saab es una empresa global de las industrias aeroespacial y de defensa, con sistemas de gestión de tráfico aéreo en más de 250 lugares alrededor del mundo. Saab ofrece soluciones de Vigilancia, Automatización ATC, A-CDM (Airport Collaborative Decision Making) y Torres de Control digitales. La confiabilidad de sus sensores de vigilancia, constituye la base para la automatización avanzada y sus herramientas de soporte a decisión ayudan a mejorar la seguridad, eficiencia y colaboración de todos los actores operativos. Como pionero en las Torres de Control remotas, las soluciones de Torre Digital de Saab establecen camino para nuevas y mejores formas de provisión de servicios de aproximación y torre de control, ofreciendo presentación visual de consciencia situacional, desde cualquier lugar con costos más bajos que las torres tradicionales.

LANYARDS SPONSOR World Leader in ATM, Thales offers integrated gate-to-gate solutions, from preflight to landing, ensuring airport safety, efficient traffic handling operations, data sharing on aircraft and seamless handover operations between territories. We combine half a century’s experience in development and deployment with an unrivalled worldwide installed base, advanced technology and ground-breaking innovations to deliver solutions that are continually adapted to the ever-changing aviation system’s needs. A key player in all major ATM modernisation initiatives, ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU), SESAR and NextGen, Thales focuses on international harmonization. Our product roadmaps are aligned with ICAO ASBU concepts, NextGen and SESAR Contact Information: Daymine Omar +33 179 611 166 daymine.omarsalim@thalesgroup.com thalesgroup.com

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CANSO ATM WEEK

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Madrid, 6-11 March 2017

Welcome to CANSO ATM Week CANSO ATM Week brings together four high-profile networking events and offers you the chance to make new connections, build your brand and take advantage of industry defining thought leadership.

CANSO CEO Strategy Summit, 6 March This is an exclusive event for CANSO CEOs to address the strategic direction of the ATM Industry and the future purpose and role of CANSO within it.

CANSO ATM Gala Dinner, 6 March A stylish networking event to kick off World ATM Congress. Join CANSO at our new 2017 venue, the beautiful Casino de Madrid, for the networking opportunity of the year.

World ATM Congress, 7-9 March - Visit CANSO stand 403 World ATM Congress combines a large-scale exhibition, world-class conference, and premier networking opportunities with the chance to learn about the latest ATM trends and developments.

CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference, 9-10 March This is a specialist conference on delivering ATM operational improvements, which is open to all industry stakeholders.

FOR MORE INFORMATION canso.org/canso-atm-week-2017


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CANSO Latin America and Caribbean Conference 2016 Programme