Air Traffic Control

Kuwait Airways Demonstrates the Value of AoIP Adoption in Congested Aviation Markets

The massive amounts of new data being produced by intelligent aircraft present a pressing challenge for the Aircraft Communication and Reporting System (ACARS) network and its bandwidth. This obstacle gave rise to the concept of ACARS over Internet Protocol...

UTM Frameworks and an Increasingly Automated Airspace

Today’s airspace continues to become more dynamic and diversified with the increased adoption of unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS, into everyday operations. UAS provide a valuable source of automation and surveillance capabilities for many different industries, but as a...

Blue Skies Initiative: ATCA President Share His Vision for the Future

The Blue Skies Initiative seeks to modernize the National Air Space (NAS) of the U.S., and it could not be more pertinent or well-timed. With both the post-COVID return to travel and an increasingly active and congested atmosphere, the...

4 Steps to Bridge the Aviation Communications Gap in a Shared Oceanic Airspace

Due to an increase in business aviation activity during the pandemic, traditionally commercial airspaces are becoming not only more congested, but they are being traversed by flight crews not as accustomed to the respective protocols of those airspaces. Specifically,...

ATCA Tech Symposium 2020 Highlights Next-Gen Technology, Cybersecurity, and Road to Recovery

The Air Traffic Control Association’s (ATCA) Tech Symposium recently held a virtual event, in an effort to bring together air traffic management experts to discuss the current state of the industry and the latest advancements. Though the in-person interactions were...

ATCA Fireside Chat on COVID-19 Impact with COO of the FAA ATO, Teri Bristol

As the aviation industry faces unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) sought to share insight from the FAA on how air traffic control is impacted now and in the future. ATCA CEO...

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...

ATCA64: The Future of the National Air Space Requires Innovation and an Acceptance of Failure

This week, the Connected Aviation Today editorial team was on-site at the ATCA64 Annual in Washington D.C., covering the latest on the state of the National Air Space (NAS) and what the future holds. From FAA leaders – past,...

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...

The 2019 Paris Air Show at a Glance

Last week, one of the largest air shows in the world, the Paris Air Show, took place bringing together more than 300,000 attendees to discuss the latest in aviation innovation on a global scale. Topics like sustainable travel, passenger experience, data management, connectivity,...
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How Collins Aerospace is Bringing its Vision for Connected Aviation to Life

At the annual Farnborough International Airshow, Collins Aerospace discussed the value of Connected Aviation to the aviation industry. During...
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