World ATM Congress 2021

The Frequentis Aviation Arena Agenda

Updated 4 November. Check back often for more information!

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Tuesday, 26 October 2021

10.20 – 10.40 Airways New Zealand

Title: Digital Solutions to Support the COVID-19 Recovery

Sharon Cooke

Abstract: In March 2020, with a strategy built around growing trusted partnerships and sustainable customer relationships, Airways International’s business and industry was heavily reliant on connecting face-to-face with customers and students.  Enter Covid-19 which caused rapid and unprecedented disruption to global aviation – and almost overnight, their international business was under threat.  With global lockdowns and travel restrictions in place, students could no longer travel to Airways’ New Zealand facilities for ATC training, and the global travel of staff to meet with customers and conduct ATC training and simulator installations ground to a halt.

The situation was potentially devastating. The Airways team was faced with what felt like a near impossible challenge – innovate and reimagine their business from a predominantly face-to-face delivery model to fully remote, and fast, to deliver contracted work and keep people employed.

In this presentation, learn about how Airways International pivoted its business through the implementation of a digital solutions strategy, to not only survive but thrive in this Covid-19 environment.  Learn how the Airways Knowledge Online (AKO) virtual training academy has enabled ANSPs globally to embrace online education post Covid-19, and how the reimagining of Airways’ air traffic control simulator design and delivery process has removed physical distance as a barrier to installing and commissioning simulators. 
10.50 – 11.10 ENAIRE

Title: ENAIRE & U-space Deployment

Daniel García-Monteavaro

Abstract: U-space is defined as a set of services designed to support safe, efficient and secure access to airspace for large numbers of drones. U-space Regulation Framework has been issued in April 2021 and will enter into force in January 2023. How is Spain getting ready for this challenge? What architecture is ENAIRE to deploy for enabling EASA CIS P based U-space deployment in Spain? What are the main initiatives in Spain regarding U-space? How can U-space help to Urban Air Mobility? ENAIRE will present its strategy for U-space deployment in Spain, developed in close coordination with the Spanish authorities.
11.20 – 11.40  Frequentis AG

Title: Rethinking ATC tower solutions – where efficiency meets dynamics

Thomas Fraenzl

Abstract: No matter if or when digitalization is on your roadmap or when you are moving your operations towards a greener future, whether you want to offer your users the workplace of the future or whether you want to clear your hardware graveyard – Frequentis is your partner of choice! Join us on our journey through the next era of holistic and digitalized ATC tower operations. 

Let us introduce you the newest additions to the Frequentis tower portfolio, where our A-SMGCS meets electronic flight strips, AMAN, DMAN and ATIS. Rethinking the Integrated Controller Working Position (ICWP) with integrated information displays, digital vision enhancement and voice communications in a symbiosis of user experience excellence, integrated information exchange, based on a trusted digital platform and unrivalled quality. 

Let’s rethink the future of your tower operations.
11.50 – 12.10 Frequentis AG 

Title: First IT VCS for ATM – Modern Voice Communication in your Datacentre

Maarten van der Lee

Abstract: Uncertain times require reliable and trustworthy solutions, especially when it comes to voice communication. Frequentis, with its long tradition of innovation in voice communication, introduces the first IT VCS to the market. The Frequentis IT VCS and its datacentre technology brings you benefits when it comes to infrastructure harmonization, not only to reduce technology costs, but also to create a true interoperable platform, using SWIM technologies and ED-137-VoIP open interfaces. And interoperability of different systems brings benefits to the users of the system, for example sharing information on one screen, thereby making it easy to assess the overall airspace situation. And speaking of easy, the Frequentis IT VCS comes with the most flexible and intuitive HMI available, using context sensitive gesture operation. Be there with us on the forefront of IT Voice communication technology.
12.20 – 13.05 Frequentis AG

Title: UTM and SWIM: Increasing the Pace of Digital Transformation

Roman Stickler
Ulrich Kaage 

Abstract: While UTM system evolution has reached warp speed, Frequentis has become one of the leading suppliers raising UTM and ATM operations to a new level. The underlying concepts for data management, interoperability and safety are similar for UTM and ATM and follow the System Wide Information Management (SWIM) technical infrastructure concept. UTM stakeholder benefit from Frequentis' vast experience gained in the ATM as well the UTM domain as we provide answers to the most stringent questions of today's manned an un-manned air traffic. This speech will provide the audience with latest findings and the most recent developments. 
13.15 – 13.35 Ineco

Title: EOS, INECO's tool for Instrument Flight Procedures Design (IFPD) 

Eva Garcia

Abstract: The design and validation of the Instrument Flight Procedures (IFP) relies more and more on specific computer tools that must be used by expert designers. INECO has developed, within the framework of an internal R & D & I Project, a tool (EOS) for the Instrument Flight Procedures Design (IFPD) that additionally guarantee the quality of the Aeronautical Data and the quality processes according to international regulations.

EOS is an innovative desktop application, developed with the latest technology within the framework of Core NavTools which is a suite created also by INECO for the management and use of digital terrain models (MDT) supported by the GIS developed by NASA: "NASA WorldWind". Using spatial geometric calculations, integrated with a GIS and a 3D visual interface, EOS is able to calculate the areas and protection surfaces associated with the nominal trajectory of the aircraft based on what is specified in Doc 8168 AN / 611 of ICAO “Aircraft Operations. Construction of Visual and Instrument Flight Procedures. Volume II”. These trajectories can be those corresponding to departure (SID), arrival (STAR), approach (APP), route and holding manoeuvres.

Additionally, EOS complies with the ADQ (Aeronautical Data Quality) specification that ensures the integrity and quality of the information used and generated as it is based on the recently created AIXM 5.1.1 required at the international level. 

13.45 – 14.05  Boeing

Title: The Roadmap Towards Autonomous Advanced Air Mobility

Erick Corona, Wisk, collaboration with Boeing

Abstract: The presentation will showcase AAM in the context of the existing airspace and expand on the necessary technological, regulatory, and trial efforts that will lead toward the certification of these aircraft systems.

Leveraging the capabilities offered by advances in automation, sensor technology, and data processing capabilities, Wisk is developing an autonomous eVTOL aircraft to make Urban Air Mobility a reality. Beyond a theoretical exercise, the topics discussed will reflect the day-to-day discussions central to the company's Vision.

Wisk, established in 2019 as a joint venture between The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation, has logged 1,500+ test flights with full-scale aircraft and is currently working on its 6th Generation eVTOL aircraft.

14.15 –14.35 GroupEAD Europe S.L.

Title: Implementing AIM 2.0 – Data Exchange is Coming!

Henry Cáceres
Oscar Centeno

Abstract: Many efforts are being done for “digitalizing” the AIS in the last years, from updates of the applicable regulatory documentation, to regional and national programmes for implementation of the AIM Principles, and although we see a relatively good progress in some countries, the reality is that many others are still struggling to align with the new requirements.

“Data” is the keyword and we should orient our efforts towards the implementation of everything related to data, such as: data management, data collection, data storage, data validation, data security, database administration, data quality assurance, data backup and protection, data analysis or data exchange.

Data exchange for aeronautical information is coming sooner rather than later and new concepts, references and even types of distribution of our products and services will be part of the game and quite a big challenge for the AIS Community.

How to keep our knowledge up with the new concepts and technologies?
What is the best strategy for the implementation of AIM 2.0 and beyond?

We invite you to join us in this presentation and together discover what are the different stages of AIM and how to cope with the challenges that the data exchange will bring for AIS.
14.45 – 15.05 Searidge Technologies

Title: The 3 Rs: Resilience, Recovery, Refocus

Neil Bowles

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic brought new challenges to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and airports; maintaining safe and efficient operational services while revenue decreased. Digital towers enable Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) to continue to deliver uninterrupted services, provide resilience to operations when needed, and aid recovery through flexible uses and configurations. Hear how an Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) was able to leverage their digital tower to maintain service delivery while protecting operational staff, and how emerging business cases are proving the flexibility of the next generation of digital towers.

15.15 – 15.35  ENAV

Title: Airspace Structure and Adaptation of Capacity to Traffic Demand Variation: ENAV Flexible Configurations Concept

Paolo Nasetti

Abstract: The capability to react to the variation of traffic demand is one of the most challenging improvement that Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) have been requested to face with. That prompt response is able to cope with flexible demand during different period of the year, the week or the day, in order to avoid and solve bottlenecks in the network. Independently from availability of the number of Air Traffic Controllers (ATCOs), the key to such an operational achievement is the adoption of the flexible configurations concept. The ENAV solution is...

15.45 – 16.05  ENAV Title: GNSS in ATM Evolution, the ENAV Group Vision, Products and Enablers

Patrizio Vanni
Giuseppe di Bitonto, IDS AirNav
Abstract: GNSS if a fundamental enabler for the evolution of Air Navigation, with Performance Based Navigation concept, the design of more efficient and green routes will be achieved. GNSS will allow also more challenging operations like helicopters medical emergency services low level routes and drones either in controlled airspace and urban environments. The ENAV group is demonstrating such benefits with different projects (BLUEGNSS, ECARO, ENJOY, DREAMS, DIODE) and new tools are being developed in support to ANSP like GNSS monitoring stations, ATC interfaces and mobile validation platforms. The presentation will give a snapshot of where we are and the evolution of GNSS and the idea of supporting tools that will allow to reach PBN Implementing Rule objectives of having GNSS as primary navigation infrastructure by 2030.
16:15 – 16.35    IDS AirNav Title: DREAMS Project - SWIM Adoption in Drone Aeronautical Information Management

Giuseppe Di Bitonto

Abstract: Aviation has relied on dependable and readily available information to conduct safe operations, establishing internationally agreed standards and procedures for its origination, maintenance and distribution.  The U-space will also require a comparable level of information to support the new operational scenarios that are envisaged, maintaining the same level of integrity and reliability of the information. The DREAMS project aimed at contributing to the definition of the U-space Aeronautical Information Management operational concept. DREAMS U-space platform has been developed following microservices paradigm and it has been used to validate the information exchange through operational scenarios. 
16.45 – 17.05   skyguide, Swiss Air Navigation Services

Title: Skyguide's Experience with Drone Measurement of CNS Equipment

Hervé Demule
Gregor Aschwanden

Abstract: Using UAV multicopters as a complement of ILS / VOR ground and flight measurements: our experience after more than three years of successful operations. More than a complement, it is now an enabler of the flight check reduction.

In January 2018, after two years of development and thorough testing, skyguide's CNS Drone was mature and ready for deployment to regular operations on Swiss international airports: for preventive and corrective maintenance of ILS and VOR, as well as initial preparation of commissioning flight checks for new ILS.

In April 2018, skyguide presented a paper at the International Flight Inspection Symposium (IFIS) describing the development project, the multicopter based measurement system and its first great achievements in terms of repeatability and accuracy.

Today, Skyguide’s CNS Drone, based on extensive experience and its high level of achievements, has opened new horizons in terms of ILS/VOR measurement techniques: for preventive and corrective maintenances, and also for new ILS commissioning. 

Following ICAO Document 8071, the excellent correlation enables a flight check reduction by 50 % from 2022 in Switzerland (approved by the civil and military regulators). More than a complement to flight check, it is an enabler of the reduction of the CNS maintenance costs, as well as noise disturbance and CO2 emissions.

CNS Drone - Presentation

17.15 – 17.35  Guntermann & Drunck GmbH

Title: Aviation Safety and Increased Cyber Security: How KVM Supports the Shift Towards more automated ANS

Jochen Bauer

Abstract: The modernisation of ATC systems, in particular in combination with all harmonisation programs, rises the degree of complex IT installations. Only the use of the respective systems can expand airspace capacities, which are necessary to manage the growing number of flight movements. Where once analogue techniques were deployed, now data centres are used to provide us with all necessary information. Therefore, an optimal system control is indispensable. Because installations have to be operated, administrated, and properly protected in times of cyber security – and they should also provide reliable redundancies.


Wednesday, 27 October 2021

10.20 – 10.40 Techno Sky

Title: Technical Operations Center - How to Change the Maintenance Model

Fabrizio Fiori

Abstract: Maintenance has always been one of the biggest issues in organizations, especially when mission critical systems and the provision of safe and efficient traffic management are involved.
The rapid development of new and advanced information and communication technology offers new opportunities and the Technical Operations Center is the model adopted by ENAV and Techno Sky to embrace new maintenance concepts and to achieve efficient maintenance solutions.
On the one hand the introduction of this model has entailed technological, safety, procedural and organizational challenges, but on the other hand it will allow to increase the availability of CNS / ATM systems and to improve operations safety, paving the way to more challenging use cases.

TOC: How to change the maintenance model - Presentation

10.50 – 11.10 DFS Aviation Services

Title: Runway Incursion Alerting System (RIAS) - Taking Runway Safety to a New Level

Clemens Schiebel

Abstract: DFS Group (ANSP) and Fraport AG (Airport Operator) have actively joined forces to enhance runway safety with the mutual development of the Runway Incursion Alerting System at Frankfurt Airport. This common, integrated, and preventive end-to-end solution is specifically designed to avoid the unintended entry or crossing of an active runway. Technically, as part of the Runway Safety Net, the system contains a detection and an alerting function. When an event is detected, the system simultaneously alerts the responsible ATCO and the pilot/driver of the respective aircraft or vehicle. RIAS is directly linked to the airfield lighting system and the PHOENIX ground situational display of Frankfurt DFS Tower. Regarding the in-field technology, Fraport uses a flexible and innovative approach. New features are under development, as like easy-to-install earth magnetic field sensors, the use of Artificial Intelligence and a measurement of the distance between the stop bar and the aircraft. In summary, RIAS is an innovative, scalable and flexible concept which can be adapted to different local environments and which can interface with existing technology already deployed in the field. RIAS enhances the runway safety at the airport and also contributes to make the airport operation more efficient.

11.20 –11.40 Frequentis DFS Aerosense

Title: The Future of Remote Towers – Integrated Tower and Approach Service

Peter Gridling

Abstract: The most advanced remote tower system worldwide is being implemented in Billund/Denmark by Frequentis DFS Aerosense. For the first time the approach service is being applied to an integrated remote tower working position.

During the pandemic air navigation service provider realised that they were not able to react to fluctuating traffic demands because of the limitations of current concepts and systems. With this new approach Naviair and Frequentis DFS Aerosense target this major issue. Peter Gridling, Head of Sales Frequentis DFS Aerosense, gives you an insight into the concept and the future plans for an even more effective air traffic control with remote towers.

11.50 –12.10 Frequentis AG

Title: Unified Situational Awareness: End-to-End Visualization and Data Consolidation in Safety-Critical Networks

Matthias Gerlich

Abstract: Emerging network technologies continue to evolve and new sophisticated concepts like virtual centres, SWIM, UTM, drone detection systems and remote digital towers are becoming reality in air traffic management. The increased business interest is demanding these technologies and concepts to be implemented and becoming reliant on them for growth and operational efficiency. 

The challenge is to modernize and consolidate the network management systems by integrating many monitoring tools into solutions that combine network discovery, mapping, monitoring, reporting, event management and troubleshooting capabilities.
Advanced network management solutions have capabilities to help with the optimization challenges, eliminate the cost and complexity of operating multiple network management tools, reduce the mean time to resolution of both complex and simple issues, consolidate and correlate data from various sources to end-to-end performance views and increase the situational network awareness in a single unified platform.
12.20 –13.05  Frequentis AG

Title: Enhancing operations with integrated AMAN DMAN (IAD)

Gotthard Boerger

Abstract: The presentation highlights the benefits of an integrated AMAN DMAN (IAD) enhancing flight efficiency and coordination between approach and tower controllers. Examples of operational deployed systems will be given to demonstrate ICAO ASBU and EU ATM Masterplan compliancy. An outlook how IAD will support greener operations for a sustainable aviation will conclude the presentation. 

Frequentis acquired the ATC Solutions business unit and the unit for traffic synchronisation (Orthogon - now Frequentis Orthogon) from L3Harris in 2021, These acquisition extend Frequentis’ technical offering and customer base. The respective solutions perfectly complement the existing extensive ATM portfolio.

Frequentis is now a leading provider of traffic synchronisation solutions, both en-route and on the ground with arrival- and departure management products, solutions for dynamic capacity balancing for airports, routing, guidance, and A-SMGCS. Working together, these solutions are a perfect match to increase efficiency and reduce air traffic controller workload, fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

Frequentis acquired the ATC Solutions business unit and the unit for traffic synchronisation (Orthogon - now Frequentis Orthogon) from L3Harris in 2021, These acquisition extend Frequentis’ technical offering and customer base. The respective solutions perfectly complement the existing extensive ATM portfolio.

Frequentis is now a leading provider of traffic synchronisation solutions, both en-route and on the ground with arrival- and departure management products, solutions for dynamic capacity balancing for airports, routing, guidance, and A-SMGCS. Working together, these solutions are a perfect match to increase efficiency and reduce air traffic controller workload, fuel consumption and carbon emissions. 
13.10 – 13.40 SITA

Title: Emerging sustainable technologies and how to manage increasing demand for datalink

Adam Stark
Gareth Lawton

Abstract: More efficient/sustainable Airside Operations, based on improved analytics for A-CDM SITA is enriching its end-to-end airport management portfolio with data analytics and machine learning capabilities. SITAs advanced A-CDM modules, such as DMAN, De-Icing planner and ACISP will be enhanced with a new solution that uses taxi time predictions based on machine learning.

The new solution will provide a precise break down of the various phases of the Taxi operation, inbound and outbound, This can be used to enhance the accuracy of the departure sequencing. For an arrival flight, similar analytics is provided on the Taxi In process. The enhancement also helps airports monitor much more precisely than ever their noise and emissions impact by feeding simulation models with extremely precise aircraft trajectories. All of this is just one additional building block for SITAs holistic approach to more efficient and sustainable airport operations from the cockpit to public transport.

Growing demand for  ATC datalink
The industry is set to see growing demand for ATC datalink communications in the coming years, driven by new features, new aircraft types and traffic growth. The VHF/VDLm2 infrastructure used today has done a great of supporting the industry and will continue to do so, thanks to a set of planned evolutions. To compliment the infrastructure of today, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT is investing in a host of new technologies such as SATCOM, Space-Based VHF, LDACS. These will be integrated into a MultiLink platform that will provide tomorrow’s customers with choice, flexibility and redundancy. In parallel to this, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT is preparing for changes coming to the ATC datalink environment such as PBCS and the European Datalink Service Provider.

13.50 – 14.10 DFS Aviation Services

Title: RTC ambitions of DFS Group

Yannick Beyer, 
Klaus Dieter Shutte

Abstract: Since 4th December 2018, DFS runs first German Remote Tower Control Center located in Leipzig. After nearly 3 years of uninterrupted operations, DFS looks back to more than 22.000 flights with more than 450.00 passengers to and from Saarbrücken International airport, that have been controlled safely over a distance of more than 450 km from the RTC.
Now with the transfer of ATC for Erfurt and the preparation of remote control for Dresden, the DFS RTC Project comes into its final phase.
Based on this positive results, DFS feels fit for more challenging use cases. Munich Tower already looks back to more than 30 years of operations and needs refurbishing. Together with Munich Airport authority, DFS intends not to simply replace this conventional Tower but to follow the trend and evaluate possibilities to apply digital tower technology as the future solution for Germany’s second largest airport. 
On the other end of scale, DFS participates to SESAR JP 05 validations on multi-remote control which is supposed to offer cost-effective solutions for smaller airports.

14.15 – 14.35 NATS

Title: 3Di – Measuring Environmental Inefficiency to Drive Performance

Jonny White

Abstract: Environmental Sustainability has been a key driver for NATS over the last 10 years. Our airline customers were looking for fuel savings and the resulting emissions reductions. In order to identify areas for improvement, we first needed to measure our current performance and understand where there were inefficiencies. We created the 3Di (three dimensional insight) metric to compare the actual flight path of each aircraft with a theoretical “perfect flight”. This includes the vertical profile, airborne holding, and the horizontal track. We now measure the 3Di performance of all flights and investigate any areas where we find inefficiencies. This has resulted in changes to controller behaviours, airspace redesigns, and development of new tools and techniques to aid our controllers in delivering a more optimum service. These actions have decreased our overall 3Di score from 31.8 to 29.0 (pre-pandemic) and helped the airlines to save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions. Find out how we used our 3Di Measure to drive Environmental Performance.

14.45 –15.05 EGIS

Title: The Bottom Line on Human Factors Engineering in ATM Change

Simone Rozzi

Abstract: As we navigate out of the current pandemic, air navigation service providers are accelerating the search for solutions able to generate new revenues, reduce costs, and improve safety. Current exciting developments include for instance artificial intelligence and digitalization, increased automation, remote towers, air data service providers and virtual centers. With these changes moving forward, why is Human Factors Engineering (HFE) important? ATM stakeholders are familiar with its safety benefits, but what are the business impacts? Do the benefits justify the costs? This presentation aims to answer these questions and show how HFE can benefit the bottom line.
15.15 – 15.35 LNRS Data Services

Title: Data, Digital & Decisions : An Aviation Transformation

Niha Shaikh, Cirium

Abstract: It is time to reinvent the aviation industry in a digital first world. It’s no longer the 1960s and data driven decisions can radically transform aviation as we know today. Find out how a 360 degree view of a flight creates efficiency and fosters innovation. The financial services industry has experienced rapid change to adapt to a virtual world of personal and business banking for the long haul. What can aviation learn from the sector so businesses can understand not just the flights but the real world context behind it?
15.45 – 16.05 Searidge Technologies

Title: Collaboration and Convergence

Pat Urbanek

Abstract: Convergence and collaboration in airside operations and Air Traffic Control (ATC) is not as common as it could be. By implementing a common technology platform, it is possible to create a digital ecosystem where data converges, enabling secure sharing of data between Air Traffic control (ATC) and airside stakeholders. One platform - two systems, leading to clear efficiencies. This approach is the new reality. Hear how Searidge Technologies is delivering a shared platform to both an airport and an Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), transforming a major international hub airport.
16.15 – 16.35  ENAV - D-FLIGHT

Title: The Italian U-Space Manifest

Cristiano Baldoni

Abstract: D-flight S.p.A. a Public Private Partnership consisting of ENAV S.p.A., Leonardo S.p.A. and Telespazio S.p.A. for the development of U-Space services in Italy, under the coordination of the Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC), has launched a Network Remote Identification (NRI) service for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). 

Enabling complex UAS operations at scale requires transparency and accountability in the low-altitude airspace. NRI makes that transparency possible by offering a flexible and scalable way for UAS operators to share safety-critical identifying information with law enforcement and the general public while still safeguarding their privacy.

Through the protocol developed by d-flight, UAS can transmit identification and positioning information over the Internet to the cloud. The NRI service complies with remote ID and tracking standards in the finalization phase and meets one of the main features enabling the UAS market, as detailed in the U-Space Regulatory Package recently adopted by EU. 

Thursday, 28 October 2021

10.20 – 11.20 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Title: FAA’s Approach to Data Driven Risk Based Safety Management

Speaker(s): Panelists:
Glen Martin, FAA (moderator)
Anthony Schneider, FAA
Christine Padgett, NATCA
Greg Tennille, MITRE

Abstract: The FAA’s safety assurance processes are evolving from a compliance based to a risk based safety management. Risk Based Safety Management expands beyond compliance to include a universal view of all components that may contribute to, or mitigate, potential risk. Aviation Risk Identification and Assessment 

FAA’s Approach to Data-Driven - Video Presentation

11.30 – 11.50  egis-Aviation

Title: Galileo for Drone Operations – myGalileoDrone Competition

Andrew Burrage,  Moderator

Mattias Luha, KrattWorks
Giuseppe Tortora, ABZero
Eduardo Mendes, Connect Robotics Philipp Niermeyer, Phoenix-Wings

Abstract: The €230,000 My Galileo Drone competition was launched by European Agency for the Space Programme: EUSPA (then known as The European GNSS Agency (GSA), the operational agency of the European Commission for Galileo and EGNOS) on July 17 2020, and was awarded on 2 March 2021. The contest targeted the design and development of drone-based applications or services, using a Galileo-enabled receiver, that address the EU’s key priorities such as the Green Deal, and supports the EU Recovery Plan for Europe. The MyGalileoDrone competition tapped into the EU’s innovative spirit to deliver applications and services to boost Europe’s competitiveness, resilience and sustainability. Applications demonstrated Galileo’s added value, such as increased accuracy, availability and robustness of position, as well as integrity for a solution based on drone operations.

We will have a pleasure to welcome four teams developing a variety of use cases including fire detection, ad-hoc landing zone extension kit for cargo drone or medical delivery.

The panel moderator Andrew Burrage (Egis) will engage in a discussion with the four teams’ representatives – Mattias Luha (KrattWorks), Philipp Niermeyer (Phoenix-Wings), Eduardo Mendes (Connect Robotics) and an overall winners of the competition – Giuseppe Tortora (ABZero).“



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