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Welcome to the #AirNavWeek Live Stream

You  can follow along and participate via Youtube, all of our streaming sessions are listed below.

Introduction

The symposia, while emphasizing the need for global harmonization, will identify ways and means to ensure interoperability, and to maximize utilization of available and emerging technologies and concepts of operations. ICAO will outline the planned evolution of the next editions of the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP), the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP), and the Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBUs) framework foreseen to be endorsed by the 40th session of the ICAO Assembly in 2019. A method to improve the operational performance of the air navigation system where performance gaps are identified will also be presented.

The symposia will provide a crucial networking and knowledge-sharing opportunity, and will include presentations from ICAO, international and regional organizations, standards-making organizations and leading industry stakeholders. The opportunity to discuss identified issues and to chart the next steps to achieve a seamless global aviation system will be the primary focus of the GANIS/2. SANIS/1 will offer a performance-based implementation strategy, the opportunity to discuss the implementation aspects of the next GANP and GASP and other safety and air navigation-related topics, as well as a sharing of experience on already implemented solutions. This effort will lay the foundations for the Thirteenth Air Navigation Conference which is planned to be held 9 to 19 October 2018 and which is expected to serve as the next critical global milestone resulting in agreements and recommendations to pave the way towards increased performance of the air navigation system.

Second Global Air Navigation Industry Symposium (GANIS/2) Objectives

The GANIS/2 objectives are:

  • to address together future challenges by synchronizing views and refining concepts to attend the expectations of the aviation community; and
  • to facilitate exchanges amongst stakeholders.

First Safety and Air Navigation Implementation Symposium (SANIS/1) Objective

The SANIS/1 objectives are:

  • to showcase the Safety and Air Navigation implementation strategies with GASP and GANP as a driver for performance improvements and promote collaboration amongst all stakeholders through a decision-making method; and
  • to support implementation of meaningful operational improvements by exchanging information for the improvement of safety, capacity and efficiency through a Global PIRG/RASG Forum.

 

Day 1 – 11 December 2017

#AirNavWeek – Welcoming Remarks & Keynote addresses – 11 December 2017 9:00-10:30 EST

Welcome remarks

  • Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu, President of the Council of ICAO

Keynote addresses

  • Ms. Karen McCrimmon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Canada
  • Major General Brian S. Robinson, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force
  • Mr. Florian Guillermet, SJU Executive Director, SESAR JU
  • Ms. Angela Gittens,Director General, ACI
  • Mr. Christian Schleifer, Secretary General, EUROCAE
  • Ms. Margaret Jenny, President, RTCA, Inc.
  • Mr. David Silver, Vice President of Civil Aviation Affairs at the Aerospace Industries Association of America (AIA), ICCAIA

ICAO Walter Binaghi Air Navigation Commission Laurel Award

  • Hajime Yoshimura, President of the Air Navigation Commission

 

#AirNavWeek – Air Navigation & Safety challenges, Global Air Navigation Plan, Global Air Safety Plan – 11 December 2017 11:00-12:30 EST

Air Navigation and Safety challenges

  • Stephen Creamer, Director, ICAO Air Navigation Bureau

Global Air Navigation Plan

  • Mervyn Fernando, Member of the ANC, ICAO

Global Air Safety Plan

  • Catalin Radu, Deputy Director, ICAO Air Navigation Bureau

 

#AirNav Week – Innovative and Emerging Operations: Way up there Part 1 – 11 December 2017 14:00-15:00 EST

High altitude platforms, sub orbital launches, balloons that will carry people 10s of kilometers into the atmosphere, the re-emergence of supersonic civil transport – these are dreams that are in advanced stages of development and which will become flight-reality over the next few years. In this new frontier there isn’t much that is ‘traditional’. The trajectories are unconventional. The, velocities and attitudes are off the scales of the instrumentation used by current fleets. The technology may look familiar but not the way it is applied. And many of the companies have never been involved in aviation before.

As aviation opens up the upper skies it is clear that regulatory and operational minds need to get together to ensure the safe orderly growth of these operations that will take us to the edge of the atmosphere.

Moderator:

  • Nancy Graham, President, Graham Aerospace International Speakers/ Panellists:

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Etienne Barritault, Manager Of Space Innovation, Thales (Stratobus) Eli Dourado, Director Of Policy, Boom Supersonic
  • Martin Gomez, Vice President, Facebook Aquila
  • Henk Hof, Head of ICAO & Concepts Unit, EUROCONTROL
  • Prof. Lui Hao, Director of Institute of Aviation Law and Standard, Beihang University
  • Taber MacCallum, Chief Technical Officer, WorldView
  • Andrew Tailby, Head of Flight Operations, Airbus HAPS
  • Alastair Westgarth, Vice President, Google Loon
  • Dan Williams, Senior Advisor for New Entrants, FAA

#AirNavWeek – Innovative and Emerging Operations: Way up there – Part 2 – 11 December 2017 15:30-17:00 EST

Round table discussion on what is takes to make all the concepts a reality

Moderator:

  • Nancy Graham, President, Graham Aerospace International Speakers/ Panellists:

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Etienne Barritault, Manager Of Space Innovation, Thales (Stratobus) Eli Dourado, Director Of Policy, Boom Supersonic
  • Martin Gomez, Vice President, Facebook Aquila
  • Henk Hof, Head of ICAO & Concepts Unit, EUROCONTROL
  • Prof. Lui Hao, Director of Institute of Aviation Law and Standard, Beihang University
  • Taber MacCallum, Chief Technical Officer, WorldView
  • Andrew Tailby, Head of Flight Operations, Airbus HAPS
  • Alastair Westgarth, Vice President, Google Loon
  • Dan Williams, Senior Advisor for New Entrants, FAA

Day 2 – 12 December 2017

#AirNavWeek – Innovative and Emerging Operations: UAS Traffic Management – Part 1 – 12 December 2017 9:00-10:30 EST

Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) traffic management (UTM) is a rapidly developing concept that industry is looking to implement in a matter of months. What does this mean? What is the vision?

Can the UTM system in one State be interoperable with those in other States? How will interoperability be achieved? What are the roles of States, industry, current airspace users and ICAO in this evolving activity? How can industry collaborate with States to create a fully functional UTM system within a timeline that supports institutional funding?

These questions and more will be addressed by the panel.

Moderator:

  • Rob Eagles, Director Air Traffic Management and Infrastructure, IATA Speakers/ Panellists:

Speakers/ Panellists:

  • Cliff Sweatte, Technical Officer and Secretary of ICAO’s UAS Advisory Group Technical Officer, ICAO
  • Florian Guillermet, SJU Executive Director, SESAR JU
  • Dr. Hiroko Nakamura, Deputy Director General at JAPAN Unmanned System Traffic & Radio Management Consortium (JUTM)
  • Dr. Liu Hao, Vice-Chairman, JARUS
  • Lance King, Senior Policy Advisor, Airworthiness & Airspace Integration, Aerospace Systems, Northrop Grumman Corporation

 

#AirNavWeek Innovative and Emerging Operations: UAS Traffic Management – Part 2 – 12 December 2017 11:00-12:30 EST

Industry is moving rapidly to implement UTM. What do they need from States and ICAO to enable safe, sustainable, predictable operations?

What infrastructure, technologies, processes and procedures are needed to make UTM a reality? What are the operational challenges? Who will provide the technical leadership and share lessons learned? What does industry view as the primary challenges faced from regulators when developing UTM technology? How can States become a facilitator to promote the UTM industry and provide regulations that address the policy, environmental and legal issues in a timely fashion?

Moderator:

  • Rob Eagles, Director Air Traffic Management and Infrastructure, IATA Speakers/ Panellists:

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Dr. Parimal Kopardekar, NASA Senior Technologist for Air Transportation, Autonomy Expert, NASA Ames Research Center, United States
  • Sean Cassidy, Director, Safety & Regulatory Affairs, Amazon Prime Air
  • Frank Matus, UTM Expert – Director, Strategy & Business Development, Thales
  • James Burgess, Wing Program Manager, Google X
  • Dr. Kin Huat Low, Principal Investigator of TM-UAS Programme, Air Traffic Management Research Institute; Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

#AirNavWeek – Innovative and Emerging Operations: Way out there – Commercial Space Transport – 12 December 2017 14:00-15:00 EST

There are several initiatives out there in various stages of development and initial operations related to Commercial Spaceflight. These concepts cover a wide range of flight profiles from sub-orbital space tourism to placing satellites into orbit. The regulatory readiness for enabling this sector is a key to its success. To that end the panel will present the latest developments in this sector and discuss the challenges that are faced by both regulators and the private sector.

Moderator:

  • Dorothy Reimold, Director for Strategic Operations for Commercial Space Transportation, FAA

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Richard Dalbello, VP Business Development and Government Affairs, Virgin Orbit
  • Taro Kuusiholma, IAASS
  • Oscar S. Garcia, Chairman, InterFlight Global Corporation
  • Nico Voorbach, Director, ICAO and Industry Affairs, CANSO

 

#AirNavWeek – Innovative and Emerging Operations: Way out there–Concepts that will enable the future of operations for the next 40 years – 12 December 2017 15:30-17:00 EST

There are many ideas out there for what the future of transport can look like. These range from point-to- point hypersonic flights, to new types of ground effect vehicles, to multi-modal crafts (e.g. flying cars). While the divergence across the concepts are fantastical, many of the underlying enabling technologies and the innovative uses thereof are common. Artificial Intelligence, for example, is critical to the safety of operations that are beyond human cognitive abilities.

Video Presentation by Charles Bombardier

Followed by a round table discussion on Commercial Space and the other concepts.

Moderator:

  • Dorothy Reimold, Director for Strategic Operations for Commercial Space Transportation, FAA

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Florian Guillermet, SJU Executive Director, SESAR JU
  • Prof. Lui Hao, Director, Institute of Aviation Law and Standard, Beihang University
  • Richard Dalbello, VP Business Development and Government Affairs for Virgin Orbit
  • Taro Kuusiholma, IAASS
  • Oscar S. Garcia, Chairman, InterFlight Global Corporation
  • Nico Voorbach, Director, ICAO and Industry Affairs, CANSO

Day 3 – 13 December 2017

#AirNavWeek – Cyber Threats – Initiatives to assist industry with building globally interoperative resilient system – 13 December 2017 9:00-10:30 EST

As a pressing matter, different stakeholders are taking different initiatives to protect their system against cyber threats. In this respect, ICAO is working with all stakeholders to develop a network which will reduce the vulnerabilities inherent to connected systems using internet protocols.

Moderator:

Saulo Da Silva, Chief Global Interoperable Systems Section, ICAO

Speakers/Panellists:

Jerry Hancock, Director Aviation Cybersecurity, Inmarsat
Hillman Mitchell, Director of Enterprise and Architecture, AtFCyber
Terry Davis, Chief Scientist & Founder, AtFCyber
Tony Hain, Director of Cyber Security, AtFCyber
Rob Segers, Information Security Systems Engineer, FAA

 

#AirNavWeek – Cyber Threats – What have the States achieved so far to building a resilient system? – 13 December 2017 11:00-12:30 EST

States face the same cyber challenges as industry; balancing operational needs and cybersecurity requirements, but with the added complexities of managing and maintaining critical infrastructure. Meanwhile, industry continues to quickly adopt advanced widely-impacting technology faster than national policy can be adopted. Learn the coordination efforts and initiatives being taken between industry and governments to maintain the cybersecurity, cyber safety and cyber resilience (both political and operational) of the aviation system while focusing on maintaining aviation’s enviable safety record.

Moderator:

  • Poppy Khoza, Director General, South Africa CAA Declan Byrne, President, WiMAX Forum- tentative

Speakers/ Panellists:

  • Patrick Mana, Centralised Services Programme Project Manager, EUROCONTROL – tentative
  • Jean-Paul Moreaux, Cybersecurity in Aviation Program Manager, EASA
  • Francesco Di Maio, Chair of the ATM Security WG, CANSO

#AirNavWeek – GANIS wrap-up – 13 December 2017 14:00-15:00 EST

Moderated by ICAO Air Navigation Bureau Director, this panel will address the challenges identified in the different streams and identify the way ahead.

Moderator:

  • Stephen Creamer, Director, ICAO Air Navigation Bureau

Panellists:

  • Nancy Graham, President, Graham Aerospace International
  • Dorothy Reimold, Director for Strategic Operations for Commercial Space Transportation, FAA
  • Christian Schleifer, Secretary General, EUROCAE
  • Jean-Francois Grout, Assistant Director ICAO relations, IATA
  • Allan Storm, Deputy, Civil-Military Aviation Integration Chief, NextGen Lead Service Office, US DOD
  • Farid Zizi, Senior Adviser, DGAC France
  • William Maynard, Vice chairman of ICAO Meteorology Panel, Aeronautical Meteorologist, Transport Canada
  • Daniel Johnson, Director, National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office

#AirNavWeek – Implementation Strategies – 13 December 2017 15:30-17:00 EST

Keynote address

  • Dr. Fang Liu, Secretary General of ICAO

The importance of developing new implementation strategies in order to manage current and future challenges will be presented. In addition, how to become more effective and efficient in terms of Planning and Follow-up in the development and implementation of SARPs, Global and Regional Plans will be discussed.

The importance of Regional Planning and Implementation Mechanisms

  • Poppy Khoza, Director of Civil Aviation, South African Civil Aviation Authority
    Carlos Cirilo, IATA Regional Director, Safety and Flight Operations, Americas and Co-Chair RASG-PA, IATA

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Challenges in the Implementation of SARPs and Global PlansGANP/GASP

From Concept to Tangible Benefits ICAO Integrated Air Navigation Work Programme

  • Stephen Creamer, Director, Air Navigation Bureau, ICAO

Outcome of the Global Forum on PIRGs and RASGs

  • Catalin Radu, Deputy Director, Safety, Air Navigation Bureau, ICAO

Day 4 – 14 December 2017

#AirNavWeek – Modernization of the Air Navigation System – GANP as a Driver of Evolution – 14 December 2017 9:00-10:30 EST

The GANP as a driver for the evolution of the global Air Navigation System

“A good future is not an extrapolation of the past but is born and raised from its challenges”

The GANP is ICAO’s strategic document driving global aviation evolution and supporting the regional and national modernization of air navigation systems. This session focuses on the evolution of the global air navigation system. The following topics will be addressed during this session:

  • GANP 2019
  • Future demand
  • Current system
  • New concepts
  • Traditional concepts related to safety or access and equity

This session discusses about the need for a transformational change, the readiness of the current system for the forecast demand, major constraints for its evolution/progress as well as traditional concepts related to safety or access and equity in this context. The goal is to obtain feedback as we move forward to the Thirteenth Air Navigation Conference.

Moderator:

  • Henk Hof, Head of ICAO & Concepts Unit, EUROCONTROL

Speakers:

Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) Evolution and Introduction of the 2019 edition

  • Steve Bradford, Chief Scientist, NextGen

The Aviation System Block Upgrade Framework- enabling technology, leadership of the aviation sector

  • Don-Jacques Ould-Ferhat, Head of ATM & Ops Efficiency Solutions, NAVBLUE

The future is closer than we think- challenges ahead

  • Nancy Graham, President, Graham Aerospace International

Traditional concepts such as Safety or access and equity in the future system

  • Hajime Yoshimura, President of the Air Navigation Commission

 

#AirNavWeek – Modernization of the Air Navigation System – GANP Airspace User Challenges – 14 December 2017 11:00-12:30 EST

GANP- Regulators, manufactures, air navigation service providers and airspace users challenges

“The devil is in the details ”

The session focuses on the challenges that the evolution of the air navigation system will bring for the different stakeholders, as a continuation of the previous session. The main topics to be addressed during this session are:

  • Competing demands
  • Interoperability
  • The role and responsibilities of humans

This session discusses the main challenges identified by the different stakeholders and how to mitigate them to be reflected in the GANP. The goal is to obtain feedback as we move forward to the Thirteenth Air Navigation Conference.

Moderator:

  • Michael Comber, Director, Member and External Relations, ICAO, IATA.

Speakers:

Added value in ensuring customer satisfaction

  • Richard Heinrich, Director, Strategic Initiatives, ICCAIA / Rockwell Collins

Ensuring interoperability of ground systems

  • Francois Delille, Director , ATM Strategy, Thales

End users challenge in the deployment of the GANP. The change on the role of Pilots

  • Mike Jackson, Representative to ICAO, IFALPA

CAAMS- China’s strategy for modernizing air traffic management. Challenges

  • Cai Kaiquan, Associate Professor with Beihang University, Beijing, China, and deputy director of CNS/ATM Lab., CAAC, China

#AirNavWeek – Modernization of the Air Navigation System – GANP Supporting modernization – 14 December 2017 14:00-15:00

GANP- Supporting the modernization of the air navigation system

“No State and stakeholder left behind”

The session focuses on how in a time of change, the GANP supports more than ever, air navigation implementation in high-income economies and brings new opportunities to low-income economies to leapfrog other countries in air navigation performance by adopting technological innovations that are suitable to their specific needs while ensuring global interoperability and seamlessness. This session discusses about the rationality behind this approach to implementation, including safety and environment benefits.

The goal is to obtain feedback as we move forward to the Thirteenth Air Navigation Conference.

Moderator:

  • William Voss, former Director of the Air Navigation Bureau and USA Air Navigation Commissioner representative.

Speakers:

Modernization of the Air Navigation System. Cost- benefit analysis, environmental impact assessment and Safety Assessment

  • Mariagrazia La Piscopia, SESAR Deployment Manager/Deputy Director Technical and Operations & Planning Manager

NAANP- From the GANP to the NAANP. The New Southern Sky Concept of Operations 2023.

  • Mark Hughes, Deputy Director Air Transport and Airworthiness, New Zealand CAA

Airspace users expectations.

  • Rob Eagles, Director Air Traffic Management and Infrastructure, IATA

Leapfrog the more advanced ANS with technological innovation and become international leaders on the provision of air navigation services.

  • Fola Akinkuotu, Managing Director/CEO Nigerian Airspace Management Agency

#AirNavWeek – Modernization of the Air Navigation System – GANP- The added value of a performance-based approach – 14 December 2017 15:30-17:00 EST

GANP- The added value of a performance-based approach

“Fall in love with the problem, not with the solution”

The GANP encourages the adoption of a performance-based approach for a cost effective implementationof air navigation improvements, while ensuring interoperability and harmonization of procedures. This session will address the following topics:

  • Performance based approach
    • Analysis of needs
    • Deployment of optimum solutions
  • Role of the ASBUs in this approach

A decision-making support tool developed by ICAO for enhancing the performance of the air navigation system based on the deployment of operational improvements outlined in the ASBU framework is presented. This session discusses the advantages and challenges of a performance based approach. The goal is to obtain feedback as we move forward to the Thirteenth Air Navigation Conference.

Moderator:

  • Nico Voorbach, Director, ICAO and Industry Affairs, CANSO

Speakers:

The value of Performance management in the modernization of the Air Navigation System. Advantages and challenges

  • Hartmut Koelman, Senior Expert, EUROCONTROL

The importance of knowing your system and setting objectives

  • John Gulding, Manager FAA/ATO Strategic Analysis and Benchmarking, FAA

Assess achievements of objectives

  • Colonel Abreu, General Project Manager CISCEA, Brazil

ASBU Interactive Decision-making Support Tool. Select solutions to exploit opportunities and resolve issues

  • Saulo Da Silva, Chief Global Interoperable Systems Section, ICAO

Mobilizing resources to improve performance of the Air Navigation system

  • Ambassador Philippe Bertoux, Representative of France to the ICAO Council
  • Louis Bakienon, Director of Operations ASECNA
  • Prosper Zo’o Minto’o, Deputy Regional Director, WACAF, ICAO

 

Day 5 – 15 December 2017

#AirNavWeek – From concept to operation – Implementation experience exchange – 15 December 2017 9:00-10:30 EST

Introduction

Setting the scene by the ICAO Secretariat

Pioneering implementation of conceptual ideas into safe and efficient operations

Examples of conceptual ideas rolled-out into operations will be presented. These presentation will cover the processes followed, issues encountered and best practices learned from these implementations.

Study cases: London time-based separation on final, free route airspace, remote tower and SWIM demonstrations.

Moderator:

  • Michael Standar, Chief Strategy & External Affairs, SESAR JU

Speakers/Panellists:

London time-based separation on final case

  • Andy Shand, General Manager Customer Affairs, NATS

Free route airspace – an implemented case

  • Mihajlo Jelisavčić, ATM Division Director, Croatia control

Free route airspace – planning for cross-FIR implementation

  • Reynir Sigurdsson, Policy and Regulatory Director, Borealis Alliance

Remote tower – the implementation challenges from a manufacturer

  • Niclas Gustavsson, Vice President Business development & Governmental affairs, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions

Remote tower – the implementation challenges from an ANSP

  • Jacob Edholm, Manager Remote Tower Centre Stockholm, Operations Department, LFV

SWIM demonstrations

  • Diana Liang, Enterprise Portfolio Manager, FAA

The network vision – how to ensure safe and performing operations

  • Joe Sultana, Director of the Network Manager Directorate, Eurocontrol

Implementing new solutions – The controller as a cornerstone to success

  • Jean-Francois Lepage, Representative, ICAO Air Navigation Commission, IFATCA

 

#AirNavWeek – From concept to operation- Aeronautical Information Management & Panel – 15 December 2017 11:00-12:30 EST

The Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) concept implies the origination, management, sharing and integration of time-sensitive, digital aeronautical information among all members of the global Air Traffic Management (ATM) community in a safe, secure and efficient manner. In fact, the ultimate objective of AIM is to provide users with information they can trust.

States have been taking significant efforts to be proactive and aligned to implement processes, procedures and systems that allow the provision of quality-assured, relevant and mutually understood aeronautical information in an interoperable manner; however many challenges remain that State`s organizations have to face on daily basis. In order to address those challenges ICAO has developed an AIM Implementation Strategy which aims at understanding “what is missing”, identifying the priorities associated with those issues as well the possible solutions for a harmonized implementation. This forum will be an important opportunity to gather feedback on the proposed strategy and identify the best way forward that is beneficial to the AIM community.

Moderator:

  • Paul Bosman, Head of ATM Strategies Division, EUROCONTROL

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Stephane Dubet, Head of Research and Development, DGAC France
  • Joachim Lennarz, Director Business Unit Information Solutions, Frequentis
  • Jean-Francois Grout, Assistant Director ICAO relations, IATA
  • Roberta Luccioli, Technical Officer, ICAO

Panel:

A panel, using the examples presented in the stream, will discuss the approach to implementation. This panel will try to identify key elements necessary to ensure a safe and smooth implementation of new solutions.

Moderator:

  • Michael Standar, Chief Strategy & External Affairs, SESAR JU

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Andy Shand, General Manager Customer Affairs, NATS
  • Reynir Sigurdsson, Policy and Regulatory Director, Borealis Alliance
  • Mihajlo Jelisavčić, ATM Division Director, Croatia control
  • Niclas Gustavsson, Vice President Business development & Governmental affairs, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions
  • Jacob Edholm, Manager Remote Tower Centre Stockholm, Operations Department, LFV
  • Diana Liang, Enterprise Portfolio Manager, FAA
  • Paul Bosman, Head of ATM Strategies Division, EUROCONTROL
  • Joe Sultana, Director of the Network Manager Directorate, Eurocontrol
  • Jean-Francois Lepage, Representative, ICAO Air Navigation Commission, IFATCA

 

#AirNavWeek – SANIS wrap-up – 15 December 2017 14:00-15:00

Moderated by ICAO Air Navigation Bureau Director, this panel will address the challenges identified in the different streams and identify the way ahead.

Moderator:

  • Stephen Creamer, Director, ICAO Air Navigation Bureau

Panellists:

  • David Gamper, Director, Safety, Technical and Legal Affairs, ACI
  • Steve Bradford, Chief Scientist, FAA
  • Ben Alcott, Head, International Directorate, UK CAA
  • Sven Halle, Regional Officer ANS (ATM), ICAO EUR/NAT
  • Michael Standar, Chief Strategy and External Affairs, SESAR JU
  • Chris Hope, Manager, Flight Operations Branch (AFS-410), Flight Standards Service, FAA
  • Prof. Evelyne de Leeuw, Director, Centre for Health Equity Training, Research & Evaluation (CHETRE) Part of the UNSW Australia Research Centre for Primary Health Care & Equity A Unit of Population Health
  • Dave Edwards, ICAO-IMO, US Coast Guard
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