13th - 15th September 2022
SWIFT 22 is a physical conference and expo that brings the airport community together and, for members unable to travel, there is an option to interact with all sessions virtually. In addition to the core conference, delegates can meet suppliers in the expo area at the main venue, and experience demos in a dedicated external area
- Up-front access to the latest airfield technologies.
- Technical and operational sessions.
- Canadian, US, European and International airport and government delegates
- CAPTG sessions
- Demo area
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July 14, 2022
As complex airfield technologies advance, our challenge is to explore the benefits of integrating the diverse systems. In some cases, the opportunity may already be here whilst in others, a considered approach is required to identify what additional benefits integration can provide and how best to progress. The CASS workshop is facilitated by specialist aviation consultants, Alchemmy.
- What are the common desired outcomes?
- Open system architectures?
- Defining standards?
9th, 16th & 23rd March 2022
When it comes to identifying threats and hazards, FOD, drones, and wildlife all feature highly on the checklist. For every civil and military aerodrome, aircraft operator, and regulator, safety and security are of paramount concern.
As the risks and hazards emerge and evolve, the industry has to adapt & advance its responses and pre-empt future hazards. The experiences of other airports help us learn how to apply best practices in terms of procedures, technology, and efficiency in order to continually evaluate and contain the threats and hazards of the future.
The FDH&S series uses the most compelling case studies to explore the potential impact of these risks and how to stretch budgets by increasing efficiency.
Each Wednesday is split into two, bite-sized, virtual 60-minute sessions covering all aspects of airfield operations and best practices within FOD, drones, habitat and safety.
November 9th - 11th
Aligned with COP26 and Hosted by AGS Airports (9th 10th & 11th November- Online).
The latest IPCC report (published 9th August 2021) highlights the accelerated pace of climate change and the urgent need for everyone (including the aviation industry) to reduce carbon emissions. Carbon is Key will confront the serious issues facing the industry directly within an environment where key players (airports, airlines and regulators) can communicate positively and constructively.
• Explore how regulation, policy, and legislation can help us deliver a realistic transition to Net-zero
• Create a forum where best practices, experiences, and ideas to be shared
• Ensure delegates have the opportunity to learn, communicate and collaborate with all sectors of global aviation and the supply of sustainable services and equipment giving positive promotion internationally for all involved
01st - 28th September 2021
SWIFT (Summer Winter Integrated Field Technologies) the industry’s premier airfield conference, helping keep airports safe and operating efficiently and supporting the community.
- Latest airfield technologies
- Seasonal challenges addressed
- Full range technical and operational sessions.
- Network with Canadian, US and international airport and government delegates
April 28th - May 19th
As the world experiences more extreme weather events, both airports and airlines find it increasingly difficult to predict, resource and execute winter operations plans. The inconsistency in requirements makes it tough for service providers’ and contractors’ service level agreements to deliver at a sustainable cost for all. Ever-evolving procurement strategies make it even harder for manufacturers and suppliers to deliver leading innovations at competitive prices.
Whether through the introduction of new processes or technology, the primary goal is always the same – aviation safety. As regulators continue to work broadly with the industry to ensure the safest standard and processes are maintained for all, air traffic service providers are working with airlines and airports to optimise the network schedule and build a broader, more accurate picture to help effective planning.
March 10th - 31st 2021
When it comes to identifying threats and hazards, FOD, drones and wildlife all feature highly on the check-list. For every civil and military aerodrome, aircraft operator and regulator, safety and security is of paramount concern.
As the risks and hazards emerge and evolve, the industry has to adapt & advance its responses and pre-empt future hazards. The experiences of other airports help us learn how to apply best practice in terms of procedures, technology and efficiency in order to continually evaluate and contain the threats and hazards of the future.
The FDH&S series uses the most compelling case studies to explore the potential impact of these risks and how to stretch budgets by increasing efficiency