2018 International Symposium on Air Traffic Management for Civil Aviation

March 20 & 21, 2018
Where : Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast,
26A Xiao Yun Road, Chaoyang District,
Beijing 100125 China

The development of air traffic control (ATC) technology is crucial to the aviation industry. Air transport is one of the main contributors to global economic prosperity, and long-term sustained traffic growth can promote technological development. However, there still exists a gap between the concept of next-generation technologies in air traffic management and the systems currently in place. The 2018 International Symposium on Air Traffic Management for Civil Aviation aims to address this gap. Being held this March in Beijing, this event aims to showcase the latest developments and innovations in air traffic management.

Don't miss the presentation by Quintiq CEO Rob van Egmond on March 20. Get exclusive insights on the challenges and business goals of the ATC industry, and how Quintiq can help air navigation service providers to achieve efficiency in airspace management, while ensuring safety and employee satisfaction

Get the most out of the event by meeting with us in the event. Our planning experts will be on hand to provide tailored, actionable advice for your planning challenges. To secure your slot, schedule a one-to-one meeting session now by completing the form on the right. For a better match, please indicate your preferred date.

Summary of Keynote

Improving the productivity and safety of ATCs through workforce planning
Presented by Rob van Egmond, CEO Quintiq-Dassault Systèmes

Air traffic controllers (ATCOs) can be the key to succeeding in today's demanding environment. They are crucial for air navigation service providers (ANSPs) to pursuing the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic. However, with the challenges of strict regulation and rules, fluctuating traffic volume and increasing risk of fatigue, what can ATCOs do to place the right people at the right place at the right time? How can ANSPs achieve efficiency in airspace management while ensuring safety and employee satisfaction?

In addition to illustrating the complexities of air traffic management, this keynote will also highlight how Quintiq has helped ANSPs handle even the most demanding planning challenges in airspace management for more than 10 years. The Quintiq solution now helps to manage 70% of the world’s airspace, with customers that include skyguide, Deutsche Flugsicherung, FAA, NAV Canada, ATNS and Airservices.

For more information please contact:
Helen Ding
Marketing Manager (China)
+86 21 2060 5363
[email protected]

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