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Airways International at Airspace World 2024

Airways International is excited to be showcasing the latest innovations and developments in our range of products and services at Airspace World 2024 in Geneva on 19-21 March.

We look forward to reconnecting with our customers, partners and industry colleagues at the most important event globally for the air traffic management industry. Come and visit our team at stand I21, and learn about how we can support you with air traffic control training, simulation, uncrewed traffic management, flight procedure design and more.

We will again be demonstrating our world-leading TotalControl ATC simulator on the stand – this is expected to draw many visitors to our stand, to see for themselves the real-world graphics based on our unique TrueView technology.

As well as TotalControl simulation, we’ll also be showcasing the following products & services:

Make sure to keep in touch with us on Linkedin to hear our Airspace World updates.

Hear us speak

Sharon Cooke, CEO, Airways International

Panel: Future ATM Workforce and New Skills for a Transformative Future

Thursday 21 March, 11am, Frequentis Theatre

Sharon will participate in this roundtable panel, where panellists will will focus on taking a picture of today’s workforce and how it should be shaped to adapt to the above-mentioned technological transformations.

Sharon will join fellow leaders from the industry to pinpoint the skillsets that will be in demand and defining prospective career pathways. The outcome of this workshop will be a list of skills needed to fill the gaps between the current and future workforce.

Jonny Cooke, Product Manager, Airways International

Remote ATC Simulation: Harnessing Analytics for Better Training Outcomes

Tuesday 19 March, 2pm, Indra Theatre

Head along to the Indra Theatre to hear Product Manager Jonny Cooke share his insights into the importance of analytics in revolutionising remote Air Traffic Control (ATC) training.

Jonny will discuss the potential and power of simulator analytics, not only to ensure consistent training but also build confidence in evaluating ATC performance in remote training scenarios. He will touch on the use of data to refine and improve training methods, and the potential for introducing new training models like mobile simulations.

Finally, he’ll explore future applications, particularly in standardising on-the-job competency checking, and end-to-end training monitoring. Jonny’s talk promises to provide a forward-looking perspective on the evolving role of analytics in ATC training and its impact on future air traffic management.