The global voice of ATM SAFETY….. Possible only if capacity keeps pace with growth
The global voice of ATM The capacity building blocks: ATM technology & infrastructure Qualified people International collaboration
The global voice of ATM Track Record Accidents per million flights (2007) N America 0.09 Europe0.29 Middle East1.08 Latin America1.61 Asia Pacific2.76 Africa4.09 Source IATA
The global voice of ATM Invest in ATM systems Need to upgrade – matching ATM and aircraft automation Performance driven versus technology driven – only what is needed by the customers Systematic cost benefit analysis Interoperable technology - coordinated on a regional basis
The global voice of ATM Timely ATM investment is critical Technology available Long lead time Cost issue
The global voice of ATM Increased Demand for Qualified and Experienced People IFATCA reported a shortage of 3000 controllers world-wide Demand not only for controllers but airspace planners, engineers and technicians Long lead time to train and produce qualified personnel
The global voice of ATM Need to plan ahead and invest in recruitment and training….
The global voice of ATM Fragmented Airspace Flights cross multiple FIRs controlled by different ANSPs ANSPs and all stakeholders need to work towards a harmonised globally interoperable ATM system
The global voice of ATM International Collaboration
The global voice of ATM Safety improvements comes from: Improved ATM systems Sufficient Qualified personnel Closer international collaboration
The global voice of ATM What is needed…. Business models that will encourage investments in ATM
The global voice of ATM Beyond the hardware, improved safety performance is achieved by ANSPs that are: Customer focused Performance based Possess strong safety culture Benchmarked against the best
The global voice of ATM A safe and seamless airspace experience seamless airspace
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