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National Air Space: It’s Time to Stop, Collaborate, and Listen

National Air Space: It’s Time to Stop, Collaborate, and Listen

Collaboration. It’s no longer just an overused buzzword. It’s now a cornerstone of the important work our industry is doing. With so many new entrants interested in accessing the National Air Space, there’s no way around it. The relationships between stakeholders are...

Rethinking Key Aspects of the Digital Inflight Experience

Rethinking Key Aspects of the Digital Inflight Experience

As we say goodbye to 2019, the editorial team at Connected Aviation Today is taking a look at the evolution of the connected ecosystem and how far we’ve come over the past 12 months. As technology continues to advance, and adoption is on the rise, everything from...

2019 Reflections and 2020 Predictions on Bag Tracking Trends

2019 Reflections and 2020 Predictions on Bag Tracking Trends

In preparation for 2020, Connected Aviation Today is gathering insights from various thought leaders across the aviation industry about major 2019 milestones and predictions for the year to come. As part of this series, we recently spoke with SmartSuite enterprise...

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Rethinking Key Aspects of the Digital Inflight Experience

Rethinking Key Aspects of the Digital Inflight Experience

As we say goodbye to 2019, the editorial team at Connected Aviation Today is taking a look at the evolution of the connected ecosystem and how far we’ve come over the past 12 months. As technology continues to advance, and adoption is on the rise, everything from...

2019 Reflection: Year of Passenger Experience and Enabling Technologies
2019 Reflection: Year of Passenger Experience and Enabling Technologies

As we reach the end of the year, the editors at Connected Aviation Today are embarking on a new series that reflects the industry’s 2019 milestones as well as a look forward to the future of aviation in 2020. This week, we highlight passengers and how they are more...

The ABCs of the Future of Business Aviation
The ABCs of the Future of Business Aviation

In today’s increasingly maturing and competitive markets, there are ever-rising challenges in how to differentiate and innovate in the business aviation arena. In many ways, this comes down to managing, understanding, and leveraging new technologies that are the ABCs...

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2019 Reflections and 2020 Predictions on Bag Tracking Trends

2019 Reflections and 2020 Predictions on Bag Tracking Trends

In preparation for 2020, Connected Aviation Today is gathering insights from various thought leaders across the aviation industry about major 2019 milestones and predictions for the year to come. As part of this series, we recently spoke with SmartSuite enterprise...

Lessons Learned from the Biometrics Journey
Lessons Learned from the Biometrics Journey

While the biometric-based OneID journey is an emerging frontier for the aviation industry, there are already many lessons to be learned from early trials of the technology. From understanding how success comes down to passenger demographics to having realistic use...

Partnering on the Biometric Journey: Asking Vendors the Right Questions
Partnering on the Biometric Journey: Asking Vendors the Right Questions

In an ongoing series on Connected Aviation Today, we are highlighting the biometric journey and how aviation stakeholders get started. A key part to the biometric journey for airports is to ensure that vendor partners meet certain requirements to help achieve the most...

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National Air Space: It’s Time to Stop, Collaborate, and Listen

National Air Space: It’s Time to Stop, Collaborate, and Listen

Collaboration. It’s no longer just an overused buzzword. It’s now a cornerstone of the important work our industry is doing. With so many new entrants interested in accessing the National Air Space, there’s no way around it. The relationships between stakeholders are...

Q&A with Nathan Tash: FAA Keeping Pace with Technology of Tomorrow

Q&A with Nathan Tash: FAA Keeping Pace with Technology of Tomorrow

Recently, at the ATCA 64th Annual Conference, FAA leaders came together with industry to discuss the National Air Space (NAS), which is faced with the growth of new entrants and the need for improved air traffic management solutions. With the burst of innovation that...

Lessons Learned from the Biometrics Journey
Lessons Learned from the Biometrics Journey

While the biometric-based OneID journey is an emerging frontier for the aviation industry, there are already many lessons to be learned from early trials of the technology. From understanding how success comes down to passenger demographics to having realistic use...

Partnering on the Biometric Journey: Asking Vendors the Right Questions
Partnering on the Biometric Journey: Asking Vendors the Right Questions

In an ongoing series on Connected Aviation Today, we are highlighting the biometric journey and how aviation stakeholders get started. A key part to the biometric journey for airports is to ensure that vendor partners meet certain requirements to help achieve the most...

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The Future of Air Traffic with Peter Dumont, President and CEO of ATCA

The Future of Air Traffic with Peter Dumont, President and CEO of ATCA

In just a couple of weeks, 3,500+ attendees from over 25 countries will be heading to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., for the ATCA Annual Conference and Exposition. As the largest ATC/ATM event in the Americas, the conference will be...

Partnerships Fuel Flight Tracking Ecosystem and Resulting Innovation
Partnerships Fuel Flight Tracking Ecosystem and Resulting Innovation

Many aviation experts will tell you that partnerships are key to successfully delivering on your mission in the aviation industry. Combining the strengths of various players across the aviation ecosystem is an important way to support safer travel and a superior...

Unpacking the Evolution of Flight Tracking
Unpacking the Evolution of Flight Tracking

With new technologies, changing passenger expectations, and evolving operational approaches, the aviation industry is one that adapts quickly. A specific area of the aviation ecosystem that has notably transformed in recent years is flight tracking. With safety always...

Creating the FAA’s Requested Portable Ground-Fixed ATC Radio
Creating the FAA’s Requested Portable Ground-Fixed ATC Radio

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on The Modern Battlespace. This approach to ATC in an emergency situation certainly applies to both military and civilian aviation and it’s important to understand how a solution like the one described below will...

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