AAI marks its presence at World ATM Congress 2016
Weight Executives from AAI were deputed on tour to attend World ATM Congress-2016 at Madrid, Spain. They got an opportunity to witness the changing trend in ATM/CNS, showcased by reputed vendors and Air Navigation Service providers. The team had booked an exhibit stall to showcase AAI’S initiatives and achievements which was inaugurated by Mr. Chiang Hi, Eng, Director Asia Pacific Affairs, CANSO.MR.CHIANG appreciated AAI’S initiatives and achievements towards seamless ATM in general and in Asia Pacific & MID region of ICAO in particular.the theme of the event changes every year, this year the theme was “Together, we have to persevere in the leadership, change, and implementation.”
On inaugural day AAI’S stall was visited by Mr. Kevin Shun, Director General of Singapore Civil Aviation authority, delegated from ANS of Seychelles, Oman, South Africa and delegates from other stakeholders in aviation industry. The following panels were placed highlighting AAI initiatives and achievements. ➢ Aerodrome Safeguarding Aviation System (ASAS) also known as NOCAS ver.2.0 ➢ Airport Collaborative Decision Making
Approach (A-CDM) ➢ GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation (GAGAN). ➢ Technical Support for ATC Automation
System. ➢ AAI initiatives for Green Environment. ➢ Pictorial profile of AAI. ➢ Training India. World ATM Congress is the world’s largest air traffic management event. It combines a large-scale exhibition, world-class conference, and premier networking opportunities that allow participants to exchange knowledge about the latest air traffic management trends and developments and build career-long relationships.
It helps foster innovation and collaboration in the aviation industry.it is also a platform for air traffic management decision-makers and aviation innovators from all segments of Aviation industry to learn, share, and connect.
Techonological trends in the following fields were witnessed by the AAI delegates. opportunities available in
The delegates attended the educative and informative Panel discussions by eminent professionals from Euro Control, SESSAR and NAV Canada on the most transformational technology that will be installed in the next three to five years. What can the airplane do better than the ground, and what can the ground do better than an aircraft. The product developed for protecting both the network and operating system. World’s first remote tower became operational in Sweden in April 2015. Eleven months later, it already has more than 3,000 hours under its belt. “The main benefit is to have multiple airport control,”
Beside a great experience and learning AAI showcased and made a beginning in marketing AAI’S product especially NOCAS Version 2.0 and A-CDM.
BY S.C. Badola, Jt. GM (ATM)