The Frequentis Aviation Arena, sponsored by the Austrian company headquartered in Vienna, is one of the many presentation theatres that entail an integral part of the World ATM Congress 2022 experience. Presentations will be from 21 to 23 June.
The Frequentis Aviation Arena
The Frequentis Aviation Arena is one of the many Free Educational Theatres of the World ATM Congress 2022. This one, in particular, is dedicated to 20-minute proprietary industry presentations, with a few panel presentations that will become the greatest space dedicated to the latest in ATM and UTM technology and innovation.
During this edition, Frequentis offers by its Aviation Arena a programme full of novelties and innovations such as Frequentis TowerPad®, which is the world’s most advanced automation application for ATC (Air Traffic Control) towers, the concept of virtualisation, contingency plans for ANSP (Air Navigation Service Providers), an evolution of the CNS (Communication Systems, Navigation and Surveillance) chain for the European green deal objectives and the Aeronautical Data and Information Management Services provided by the states.
The ninth edition of World ATM Congress, which includes the Expodronica Pavilion, sponsored by UMILES Group, offers a whole vision of the future of the sky with its different Educational Theatres. The Frequentis Aviation Arena is a theatre dedicated to mainly 20-minute proprietary industry presentations, with a few panel presentations.
There are already speeches confirmed by several organisations such as Frequentis, ENAV, NASA, ENAIRE, GMV Aerospace and Defence S.A.U., and DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, among others.
The main topics that will be presented by the different organisations in this edition at Frequentis Aviation Arena are:
o Safe and sufficient control and capacity and at the same time environmental focus and digitalisation in ATC
o TowerPad®, an advanced automation application for ATC Towers
o Virtual Centre for voice communications, from both an operationaland technical perspective
o Business continuity in airspace management. Multi-use strategies for contingency in ATM automation
o New Communications, Navigation and Surveillance technologies
o The SkyCab II research project to create the basis for simultaneous flight operations of manned and unmanned air traffic (UAS)
o The transition from AIS to AIM
o Techno Sky, an authorised drone operator
o Flexible Controller Working Position for Air Traffic Controller (ATCO) simulation and training
o Air Traffic Control Radar Systems
o Redesign of the airspace and flight procedures, both instrument- and visualo Remote Tower Centre Operations
o Agility, rationalisation and standardisation as the motto for a future ATM-grade IT platform
o Digital data to unite the sky
o The benefit from data and how they can help you
o More efficient/sustainable Airside operations
o The introduction of CP1 regulation, which foresees the need to start implementing D-NOTAM and other related tasks
o Digital Towers enhancing airport operations
o Intelligent Approach, an arrival spacing tool for controllers