Unmanned aircraft, cyber security, virtual air traffic management, e-enabled aircraft, system wide information management, big data are well-known buzzwords in aviation.
Two other dimensions are emerging, however. They could turn out to be the common denominator for future air traffic management: artificial intelligence and digitalisation.
The NATO-EUROCONTROL Air Traffic Management Security Coordinating Group (NEASCOG) is organising a workshop on “Risks, threats and mitigation for aviation and ATM assets: digitalisation and artificial intelligence”.
Civil and military experts from the aviation industry will analyse the potential security risks, threats and opportunities that these new dimensions may bring to air traffic management.