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Features The Remote Tower Revolution p12LFV chief executive Olle Sundin explains how the Swedish air navigation service provider plans to exploit the technology benefits of remote tower services p14 European ATM safety regulator Jussi Myllarniemi outlines how EASA made the safety case for remote towers P16INTERVIEW ferroNATS managing director Gonzalo Cañete chronicles the  experiences of a brand new service provider and discusses what may be on the horizon P19Automatic Pilot? Does pilotless flight and a high degree of automation offer greater safety? Europe A Special Report p22The Helios 2015 ATM industry survey demonstrates just how much - and how little - has changed within the European industry after ten years. p26 Game Plan SESAR deployment chiefs have unveiled an ambitious strategy to roll out the advanced technologies. They discuss their approach and the challenges ahead. DATA A Special Report p28 COVER STORY Just what is the impact of aviation tracking sites and social media on Just Culture? p34 Focus Point UN aviation agency ICAO wants the industry to come clean on its safety record. Why is the industry resisting? p36Asia Pacific Regional Focus  In this special report on the fast growth region Greg Russell questions whether predicted growth in the region’s aviation is achievable. Ian Thompson takes a look at the OneSky programme efforts to transform two distinct working cultures. CAAS’ Poh Theen Soh mulls the progress of a much touted air traffic management renaissance while Airways New Zealand attempts to offer their world class training needs. Finally, NautelNav demonstrates how solar energy is powering ATM infrastructure on a remote island. p50LAST WORD Maurice Georges of France’s DSNA, discusses the challenge of managing safety in an open, transparent – and publicly accessible - way

Issue 2, 2015
Remote Tower Revolution
LFV chief executive Olle Sundin explains how the Swedish air navigation service provider plans to exploit the technology benefits of remote tower services. Also,
European ATM safety regulator EASA outlines how it is making the safety case for remote towers
Automatic Pilot? Does pilotless flight and a high degree of automation offer greater safety?
The Helios 2015 ATM industry survey demonstrates just how much – and how little – has changed within the European industry after ten years.
Game Plan SESAR deployment chiefs have unveiled an ambitious strategy to roll out the advanced technologies. They discuss their approach and the challenges ahead.
COVER STORY Just what is the impact of aviation tracking sites and social media on Just Culture?
Focus Point UN aviation agency ICAO wants the industry to come clean on its safety record. Why is the industry resisting?
LAST WORD Maurice Georges of France’s DSNA, discusses the challenge of managing safety in an open, transparent – and publicly accessible – way

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