UAVs, Air Space and Air Traffic Management

UAVs, Air Space and Air Traffic Management

05 Nov 2019, 11:45 - 13:15

Frank Whittle Theatre 2
Language:
English

Chairperson:  John Haffenden, Aviation/Airport Consultant, Aerozeal Ltd

Presentations on how best to manage airspace including updates policy and technical updates, from European Safe Skies projects, communications & NATS
 

11:45 – 11:50:
Welcome & Introductions


11:50 – 12:10:
How Future Air Traffic Management Can Integrate All Users 

Fabio Mangiaracina, Senior ATM Expert/Project Manager, ENAV (Techno Sky ENAV Group) 

 

12:10 – 12:30:
Joint Airspace Management For Large And Small Operators: Technological Solutions

Karim Cosslett, Head of Business Development & Sales, Soarizon, Thales

 

12:30 – 12:50:
UTM / ATM Integration

Andy Sage, Head of Unmanned Traffic Management, NATS

 

12:50 – 13:10:
A SESAR Solution for IFR RPAS Integration in Controlled Airspace

Alessandrio Manzo, Engineer/Project Manager, Techno Sky/ENAV

Contributors

  • Fabio Mangiaracina

    Speaker

    Senior Technical Project Manager

    Techno Sky

    Fabio Mangiaracina graduated in “Nautical Science - Radio Electronic Navigation” at University of Naples “Parthenope”. While working in the ATM...

  • Karim Cosslett

    Speaker

    Head of Business Development and Sales, Soarizon

    Thales

    With 20 years’ worth of professional experience, Karim began his career as a Royal Air Force Officer, specialising in Force Protection, strategic...

  • Andy Sage

    Speaker

    Head of Unmanned Traffic Management

    NATS

    Andy is Head of Unmanned Traffic Management at NATS and is leading the safe integration of drones into UK airspace. As well as integrating UTM...

  • Alessandro Manzo

    Speaker

    Engineer / Project manager

    Techno Sky / ENAV

    Alessandro Manzo graduated in Computer Engineering. He was employed by the end of 2007 as Air Traffic Management Engineer/ Researcher in SICTA...

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