Weekly review #104 - 23rd June

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Posted by Vincent Lambercy

We're excited to announce the launch of our Radar Contact Podcast.


The first five episodes are live for you to check out and we are inviting you to listen and let us know what you think!


Each podcast is dedicated to giving you an inside look at Air Traffic Management and everything that makes it an essential part of aviation. Here's a brief description of the first five podcasts that you can already listen to:


  • Podcast 001: a talk with Axel Knutsen fro Avinor ANS on unmanned traffic management in Norway

  • Podcast 002: a talk  with Robert Koster from AerLabs on aircraft noise management

  • Podcast 003: a talk  with  Jochen Bauer from Guntermann & Drunck on KVM switches and extenders in ATC 

  • Podcast 004: a talk  with John van Hoogstraten from Cyrrus on the truth about ATM consultants 

  • Podcast 005: a talk with Romain Hericher, the former executive at Dubai Airports on A-CDM in the Middle-East 


The podcast is packed full of wisdom from experts in the air traffic management domain and related industries. We're looking forward to having more guests on so we can take a deep dive on everything from air traffic management to the latest drone technology.

In other news...

Naturally, we've also got some news and insights from the wider world of air traffic management.


Poland becomes the first country to implement the latest generation of early warning systems. And, in Denmark, the regional airport at Sønderborg is upgrading its technology to help modernize, digitalise and automate functionalities and integrations.


You can explore all the news and resources below!

ANSP news

  • PANSA increases safety and implements early warning system against air collision - Poland is the first country in Europe to implement the latest generation of safety system in Polish and European skies. Air Traffic Controllers begin its tests. The iTec v3 system is a fully digital control of aircraft movements, incomparably more precise than previous systems. iTec v3 will initially be deployed in Poznan and will eventually be used by the air navigation services of major European countries.

  • Enaire and Indra will launch satellites to improve ATM - After a validation phase has taken place, Startical will deploy a network of more than 200 small satellites at a low altitude to improve air traffic management with a global service vision over the entire planet.

Airports news

  • Radar service at Treviso airport - ENAV activated the "radar surveillance system" at the Antonio Canova airport - Treviso. Thanks to this new service, it will be possible to manage the volume of traffic expected to arrive and depart from the airport, thus improving the use of the airspace under the control tower's responsibility, while maintaining safety and efficiency standards.

  • Sønderborg Airport upgrades AWOS and RCMS - The regional Danish airport Sønderborg Airport is upgrading their Remote Control and Monitoring System (RCMS) and Automatic Weather Observation System (AWOS) from Insero Air Traffic Solutions to modernize, digitalise and automate functionalities and integrations.

Market news

  • NAVBLUE supports Qatar Airways to deploy PBN in Morocco - NAVBLUE an AIRBUS company - NAVBLUE is pleased to announce the successful completion of a PBN implementation project in Morocco on behalf of Qatar Airways. NAVBLUE and Qatar Airways, worked with Office National Des Aéroports and the Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile to design and validate Performance-Based Navigation procedures for Ifrane Airport and Fès-Saïss Airport.

  • MovingDot provides support to DC-ANSP to comply with fatigue risk management regulations - MovingDot has announced that a contract has been awarded to support Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider with further implementation of its safety management system to include FRM principles within the air traffic control services. MovingDot will perform this project together with Déhora Consultancy Group, the leading specialist in the area of workforce planning and management.

  • ENAV signed contract in Russia - Through its subsidiary IDS AirNav ENAV has signed a contract with the Russian company AZIMUT JSC specialized in technologies for Air Traffic Management, as part of an order with STATE ATM Corporation, the service provider for air navigation services in Russia.

Context information

  • CANSO looks forward to start of Single European Sky trialogue - As the European Parliament’s Transport Committee has today adopted its reports on the two legislative proposals of the Single European Sky package (SES2 ), CANSO looks forward to the EU institutions starting trialogue negotiations on a final text.