Monthly Archives: February 2017

AirMap raises $26m for UTM on drone use surge

AirMap, the airspace management platform for drones, has announced a $26 million Series B funding round led by Microsoft Ventures, with additional participation from Airbus … More ››

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Spain signals solution to Gibraltar airport spat

Spain may be willing to treat the political spat over Gibraltar as a separate issue, offering the prospect of both an open skies deal between the European … More ››

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NATS drone safety app proves popular

Drone Assist, the new app launched by the UK’s NATS to help drone pilots comply with UK rules has seen over 10,000 registered users sign … More ››

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DFS, skyguide team on critical incident support

Germany’s DFS and its Swiss counterpart skyguide have signed an agreement to support each other with CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) in the case of … More ››

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IFALPA flags contingency procedure changes

Pilots are being urged to be extra vigilant when flying transatlantic routeings using a new ATM technique designed to increase the efficiency of flight operations … More ››

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Frequentis to support Polish VCS after September bankruptcy of Schmid Telecom 

Austria’s Frequentis has stepped in to support the development of a Polish voice communications system following the bankruptcy last year of Schmid Telecom. Polish business … More ››

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Deloitte’s launches aviation technology division

Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has established a new aviation technology division in the UK, part of the firm’s commitment to the global aviation market. … More ››

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Swedish ACR targeting European market gains

Privately held Swedish air traffic service provider ACR Aviation Capacity Resources is stepping up its international expansion, and aims to seriously break into the European … More ››

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4-Flight program uses G&D KVM concepts

G&D is proud to announce that Thales have chosen to utilise their KVM solutions in the modernisation project of French ATM systems.   With the … More ››

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Air Traffic Management magazine launches the Innovation Insight

Air Traffic Management magazine proudly presents its first ever Innovation Insight, an examination of the key technology issues facing the European air traffic management industry. Industry … More ››

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