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Every nanosecond matters: Precision timing and sync for ATM

Dr. Majid Foodeei, Global product management, mission critical communications, Hitachi ABB Gábor Bajkó, Head of technical operations and development, HungaroControl Just as air traffic moves in many directions around the globe, ANSPs face pressures from all directions at once. Operational challenges associated with continued air traffic growth are exacerbated by the expected increase in volume …

Airport2020. 10. 07.

Digital Tower 2.0: Managing the COVID crisis

Neil Bowles – Searidge Technologies Csaba Gergely – HungaroControl Digital and remote tower technology has become an established technology solution for airports and ANSPs. Digital towers are now operational in several countries and ANSPs are developing applications beyond the remote control of small, low volume airports, and realizing business cases for medium and large airports …

Airport2020. 07. 27.

Can Artificial Intelligence save the ATM industry?

The only constant is change, but change is getting larger and faster. Although the principles of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its core areas like Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) have been with us since the early 1960s, it is becoming easier than ever to harness them. Vast amounts of data can be gathered, …

Airport2020. 06. 17.

The road to recovery

The global pandemic has the aviation sector among others in a continuous mode of reaction. Amid all this uncertainty and the challenges it brings, how do we strengthen organisational resilience while mapping our road to recovery? Attila Simon, HungaroControl’s Director of Business Development represented European air navigation service providers (ANSP) in a recent webinar hosted …

Airport2020. 05. 14.

Weathering the storm: Air Navigation Service Providers versus COVID-19

Overview Recent travel restrictions and border closures amidst the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have driven the aviation industry into paralysis. Currently, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is projecting the impact on the global air transport industry to be in the order of a 48% loss in worldwide passenger demand; equating to approximately $314USD billion …

Airport2020. 04. 23.

People first, Technology second

The importance of user-oriented design in air traffic management   People are an integral part of safe Air Traffic Management (ATM) operations at all levels. While technological advancement is continuous as we develop more and more sophisticated systems and machines, users change relatively little over time. Moreover, when technology fails, human creativity and skills of …

Airport2020. 04. 06.

Discovering Digital in Dubai

Exploring the application of digital tower technology in the Middle-East’s gateway to the world THE CONTEXT Operational safety and service continuity are paramount to air navigation service delivery, especially for Dubai Air Navigation Services (dans) who manages air navigation services at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC) – contributors to the Dubai …

Airport2020. 03. 31.