SMART AIRPORTS | FDH&S 2021 SERIES

This was the finale of the 2021 FDH&S series. Observations and ideas from the last three sessions are explored by the panel as we peer into the future of airside safety and security. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUmKBxwhzrY MEET THE PANEL John Hamshare, FDH&S 2021 SERIES CHAIR Guy Berry, Director Military Airfield Solutions, MOOG Tarsier FOD Ryan Berry, UAS […]

Concorde pilot joins FOD Management session at FDH&S 2021

FOD MANAGEMENT | FDH&S 2021 SERIES Thank you to everyone who participated in last Wednesday’s FOD Management session including our series sponsors, Robin Radar and session sponsor MOOG. Enjoy the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0PNOSpQ8Gw 14.15 Welcome & introductions Chair 14.20  FOD A Disaster StoryJohn Hutchinson, former BA Concorde pilot, takes a detailed look at what went wrong with the infamous Air […]

SWIFT SEPTEMBER ANNOUNCED

Having made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 event, SWIFT, the industry’s premier airfield conference has confirmed that the 2021 show will go on – but with a new twist, says Roy McLeod: ‘On behalf of your SWIFT Committee, we are pleased to have partnered with UK aviation events specialists Aviation Events Group, to […]

FDH&S – 2021 series sessions

We are delighted to be able to unveil new speakers at the 2021 FDH&S , our series of specialised virtual sessions sponsored by Robin Radar covering FOD, Debris, Habitat & Safety throughout March: Drone Defence – 10th March 2021 Heathrow case study UTM & Future Flight  Simon Masters (above) Dir. of Future Flight programme, UKRI […]

THE FUTURE OF AIRPORTS review

Future of Airports HASOM

With every participating airport in partial shutdown and operating well under capacity, it’s not always easy to keep your eyes on the horizon but that’s what happened at yesterday’s ‘The Airport of the Future’ meeting so we extend heartfelt thanks to the whole panel for donating their time. On the board-style panel were (pictured L-R, […]

2021 Aviation Events Unveiled

As airports across the globe brace themselves for the steep climb to recovery, it is more important than ever for the industry to pool resources. Whilst very few airports will be sending executives around the globe to international conferences during 2021, they also understand the urgent need to increase efficiency and to adapt to the […]

Airport A&I 2020 – important announcement

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As with all the UKs large hotels, the Marriott Heathrow (Airport A&I’s 2020 venue) expect to receive government notifications sometime in July regarding safe hotel guidance and full re-opening dates. Following several frank discussions, it is already clear that no hotel of this size can adhere to the guidelines with 200+ delegates. Similarly, we cannot […]

COVID-19 session at Airport A&I 2020

As commercial aviation faces an unprecedented drop in passenger numbers, the industry’s future is suddenly looking very different. As well as massive challenges, there are many opportunities – for those who are both informed and prepared. Airport A&I ‘Automation & Innovation’ (hosted by Heathrow Airport) is bringing together the industry’s best minds to explore the […]

Anne Carnall, IATA, joins 2020 Airport A&I speaker line up

“Attitudes to testing and trialling have changed within many airports. With risks to safety and operational continuity managed, the controlled space of the airport is now being seen as an environment where technology can be developed to improve operational performance rather than simply redeploying technology from other sectors.” Anne Carnall Program Manager, NEXTT, Airport, Infrastructure and […]

Gareth Lawton, Gatwick’s Innovation Folio Manager, joins Airport A&I 2020

“The last decade has seen highly performant airports like Gatwick introduce innovations that have boosted safety, efficiency and passenger experience. Technologies like computer vision and applications of AI are now widespread across the industry and this is only likely to accelerate.  Whilst this is a very positive story, it is clear to me that fragmentation […]