Don’t miss a thing on Take Off Tuesday

Airspace World starts the way it means to go on – offering rich content on every aspect of air traffic management operations. With some 170 exhibitors and five theatres, innovation and inspiration are never more than a few steps away.

Here are just a few suggestions to ensure you learn something new on Tuesday 19 March:

10:30-11:20 Wing Theatre

Traffic Management Services to Support AAM Entry into Service

Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is set to transform the industry. Whether it’s drones or air taxis, providing the requisite air navigation services will be key to AAM’s safe and seamless integration into civil airspace.

11:00-11:25 Boeing Theatre

Greening the Skies – How ATM can play its part

Sustainability is aviation’s license to grow, and the industry is committed to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Find out what air navigation service providers can do to help the industry continue reducing its carbon footprint.

13:00-13:50 Frequentis Theatre

Building an Aviation Strategic Plan on Service Excellence

A high-level panel representing all the major players in the aviation ecosystem will discuss exactly what needs to be done to ensure the end customer enjoys a smooth travel experience.

15:00-15:25pm Indra Theatre

ATM System Test Tool

HungaroControl explains why ATM system software testing is so important and the challenges that air navigation service providers, integrators and manufacturers face during testing. How can an automated test tool benefit companies during development and implementation procedures?

16:00-16:25pm Future Skies Theatre

How Space-Enabled Global VHF Communications can Transform Air Traffic Management

Get crucial insights on the implementation of space-based Very High Frequency (VHF) for air navigation service providers. In this engaging session, industry experts will explore the key benefits and challenges.

A final highlight of the day is the presentation of the Air Traffic Management Awards, presented in partnership with Air Traffic Management Magazine. Across five categories, the awards will acknowledge the pioneering concepts, initiatives, and significant achievements of leaders and organisations in the air traffic management industry and are open to all ATM, UTM, UAM, UAS and Space stakeholders.