Air traffic leaders from around the globe are meeting in the Hilton hotel in Berlin, Germany this week, for the highly anticipated Global ATM Summit organised by CANSO and hosted by DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH.
The Summit will take place from 7th to 9th June, providing a unique opportunity for industry professionals to gather and discuss the latest advancements and challenges in air traffic management (ATM).
The Global ATM Summit serves as a crucial platform for collaboration, innovation, and knowledge sharing, attracting delegates from various sectors of the industry. The event will feature a comprehensive programme consisting of panel discussions, workshops, and presentations delivered by renowned experts and thought leaders.
At the Summit, attendees will have the chance to explore an exhibition showcasing cutting-edge products and services from leading aviation technology companies. This will be followed by the engaging discussions, featuring esteemed speakers from the industry.
The agenda includes compelling panel sessions on key topics, such as aviation efficiency, growth and capacity, civil-military cooperation as well as sustainability.
The ATM summit will be followed by CANSO’s 27th Annual General Meeting for CANSO’s members.
"We are excited to host the Global ATM Summit in Berlin and provide a platform for industry leaders to come together and shape the future of air traffic management," said Simon Hocquard, Director General of CANSO. “I believe it is crucial to have meetings like this one where we consider how we can work together across the entire aviation industry to improve efficiency and explore regional challenges and opportunities.”
Arndt Schoenemann, CEO of DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, added, "As the host country, DFS is honoured to welcome industry professionals to Berlin. The Global ATM Summit offers a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences, paving the way for a more sustainable and interconnected aviation ecosystem."
The Global ATM Summit promises to be a transformative event, fostering dialogue, and promoting collaboration among key stakeholders in the aviation industry.
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DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH, the German air navigation service provider, is a State-owned company under private law with 5,600 employees as at 31 December 2022. DFS ensures the safe and punctual flow of air traffic over Germany. Around 2,200 air traffic controllers guide more than three million flights through German airspace in peak years, up to 10,000 every day. The company operates control centres in Bremen, Karlsruhe, Langen and Munich as well as control towers at the 15 designated international airports in Germany. The subsidiary, DFS Aviation Services GmbH, markets and sells products and services related to air navigation services, and provides air traffic control at nine regional airports in Germany and at Edinburgh Airport in the United Kingdom. DFS is working on the integration of drones into air traffic and has set up a joint venture, Droniq GmbH, with Deutsche Telekom. Other subsidiaries include R. Eisenschmidt GmbH, which markets publications and products for general aviation, and Kaufbeuren ATM Training GmbH (KAT), which provides training for military air traffic services personnel. The joint venture FCS Flight Calibration Services GmbH offers flight inspection services.
CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – is the global voice of the air traffic management (ATM) industry and is shaping our future skies. Our members support over 90% of the world’s air traffic and include air navigation service providers, airspace users and operators, manufacturers and aviation industry suppliers. We raise the bar on global ATM performance by connecting the industry to share knowledge, expertise and innovation.