1 The World of Atm Is Moving to Madrid. Don t Get Left Behind. MADRID Discuss the latest developments in air traffic management at this global conference involving the world s ANSPs, aviation manufacturers and suppliers, and the most influential ATM organisations. See full details inside! Register now: February 2013 Madrid, Spain
2 The World of Atm is here. CANSO, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, and ATCA, the Air Traffic Control Association, are bringing together the world s ANSPs, the most influential ATC experts, and leading product developers for the largest international exhibition and forum on air traffic management. A conference of industry leaders How do you transform the global ATM system? Examine key insights from the industry s leading organisations at this two-day conference. The latest innovations More than 140 exhibitors will feature their newest and most efficient technologies. Sponsors ATCA and CANSO would like to thank these sponsors and supporters of World ATM Congress. Platinum Sponsors Industry Partners 2 Don t Get Left Behind. Join Us in Madrid.
3 Join us in Spain MADRID for internationally-focused conference programmes, exclusive free educational content, fun and social networking events, CANSO events, the CANSO ATM Dinner in association with the IHS Jane s ATC Awards, exclusive content from EUROCONTROL and SESAR JU, and more! ANSPs throughout the world, industry suppliers and manufacturers, air traffic controllers, educational institutions, and global aviation organisations will connect here in Madrid on air traffic issues, technology, and developments. Your customers will be here, will you? Find out more: Media Partners IHS Jane s Airport Review Official Magazine of World ATM Congress Gold Media Partners Air Traffic Technology International Magazine Future Airport Magazine International Airport Review Magazine Avionics Intelligence Magazine Silver Media Partners Air Traffic Management Magazine Airport Suppliers Airport Technology ATC Network ADDITIONAL SPONSORS Airbus ProSky ARINC Frequentis GE Aviation Harris Helios Searidge Technologies TetraTech Register Today! 3
4 Looking Ahead to the Rest of 2013 Special Events During World ATM Congress 7 9 April 2013 CANSO Middle East Conference Hosted by CARC Amman, Jordan April 2013 Civil/Military ATM Conference (CMAC) Geneva, Switzerland 6 8 May 2013 CANSO Asia-Pacific Conference Hosted by PT Angkasa Pura II Jakarta, Indonesia May 2013 ATCA/FAA/NASA Technical Symposium Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA 14 June 2013 CANSO Latin America & Caribbean Conference Hosted by DC-ANSP Willemstad, Curaçao June 2013 CANSO Global ATM Summit & 17th AGM Hosted by DC-ANSP Willemstad, Curaçao 20 June 2013 ATCA s Aviation Cyber Security Day Washington, DC, USA October 2013 ATCA 58th Annual Conference & Exposition Washington, DC, USA World ATM Congress is packed with informational and networking opportunities to help steer your organisation in a successful direction. Take advantage of these additional events only at World ATM Congress! 11 February 2013 CANSO CEO Conference 11 February 2013 CANSO ATM Dinner in association with IHS Jane s ATC Awards 12 February 2013 World ATM Ribbon Cutting World ATM Congress Exhibit Hall Opening Reception FEBRUARY 2013 EUROPEAN SPACE EXPO 13 February 2013 JU GENERAL FORUM SESAR Forum SESAR Workshops February 2013 CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference Argus 3d Workshop Technical University of Madrid Workshop Register for World ATM Congress: 4 Don t Get Left Behind. Join Us in Madrid.
5 FREE Theatre Content Exclusive Content from Leading ATM Organisations Visit any of our three presentation theatres FREE to registered attendees. Looking for exclusive and free air traffic perspectives? Come to the World ATM Congress 2013 and witness the leading edge of aviation professionals in interactive forums. Each day, the presentation theatres are filled with informational sessions that are a must-see. The Spotlight Stage offers product presentations from industry partners. The Airbus ProSky ATM Theatre features roundtable discussions from participating organisations. The Aviation Arena includes both presentations and roundtable discussions. View an updated schedule of presentations every day at Spotlight Stage Tuesday, 12 February Honeywell GE Aviation Metron Aviation and Airbus ProSky Harris Corporation Searidge Technologies EUROCONTROL Lockheed Martin Wednesday, 13 February EUROCONTROL EUROCONTROL GE Aviation The Boeing Company COMSOFT EUROCONTROL QuintiQ C Speed Thursday, 14 February French School of Civil Aviation Airbus ProSky ATM Theatre Tuesday, 12 February NATS UK GE Aviation Harris Corporation Airbus ProSky Frequentis Wednesday, 13 February NAV CANADA Airbus ProSky and ATRICS Lockheed Martin Thales Aviation Arena Tuesday, 12 February EUROCONTROL, ICAO, European Commission, and SESAR JU Techno Sky GroupEAD Frequentis Wednesday, 13 February Integra ENAV Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Exelis Thursday, 14 February CANSO Register Today! 5
6 World ATM Congress Conference Programme 2013 Augmented Reality: Moving to a Transformed Global ATM System The World ATM Congress Conference provides a unique platform for discussing the future of air traffic management. It brings together the world s foremost aviation leaders to share insights, views, and expertise on priority issues and challenges facing the industry. TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY World ATM Congress Opening Ceremony World ATM Congress Exhibit Hall Official Conference Opening Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO, Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Jeff Poole, Director General, Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) Ignacio González Sánchez, Director Air Navigation, Aena José Manuel Vargas, President, Aena Keynote Address: Towards a Transformed ATM Environment Working Together Roberto Kobeh González, President of the Council, ICAO Session One: The Aviation Industry Leadership Forum Reality check What our stakeholders need from a transformed ATM system and how we get there together. Collaboration is more than telling others your requirements. It needs a common sense of purpose. What does a preferred ATM partner look like? What do we need from each other? Nancy Graham, Director of the Air Navigation Bureau, ICAO Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO, IATA Paul Riemens, CEO, LVNL, and Chairman of the Executive Board, CANSO Nicholas E. Calio, President and Chief Executive, Airlines for America (A4A) Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World Lunch Break in World ATM Congress Exhibition Towards a Transformed ATM Environment The View from Europe Matthew Baldwin, Director of Air Aviation and International Transport Policy in DG Transport and Mobility (MOVE), European Commission Towards a Transformed ATM Environment The View from America The Honorable Michael Huerta, Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration Networking Break Session Two: Delivering ATM Reality Effective Implementation of New Technology The single most important breakthrough in aviation in the last 20 years was ETOPS. It took almost a decade to be approved for commercial operations. What can we learn from this? Research and innovation is only helpful once it is implemented. To achieve this, we need to clear a number of regulatory and safety hurdles. Do we know what they are and what to expect? Are we doing anything to avoid a decade of delay? Patrick Ky, Executive Director, SESAR JU Daniel Weder, CEO, Skyguide, and Chairman, FABEC Alexis Brathwaite, President & CEO, IFATCA Ricardo Génova, Director of Flight Operations, Iberia Patrick Goudou, Executive Director, EASA Closing of Day Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO, ATCA Reception in World ATM Congress Exhibition Kobeh González Graham Tyler Riemens Calio Gittens Baldwin Huerta Ky 6 Don t Get Left Behind. Join Us in Madrid.
7 WEDNESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY Towards a Transformed ATM Environment The View from EUROCONTROL Frank Brenner, Director General, EUROCONTROL Session Three: Taking Control of the New Reality Delivering Complex Projects Projects like SESAR and NextGen are large and complex. Are we ready to deliver them? What does it take to deliver a complex project? How do we address governance issues, barriers, and resistance to change? Learn from experts who have delivered major projects; what it means, what it takes. This session will draw out the lessons that we can learn from experts in other industries. Steve Fulton, Technical Fellow, GE Aviation Pierre Bonnal, Senior Project Engineer, CERN Todd W. Zarfos, Vice President of Engineering for Commercial Aviation Services, and Senior Chief Engineer of Support, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Networking Break Guest Speaker: What Football Can Teach Us About Dealing with Change Football is struggling with the introduction of new technology, mobility of labour, and sovereignty. Sound familiar? William Gaillard, Senior Advisor to the UEFA President, UEFA Regulation; Liberalisation; Performance Delivery Angel Luis Arias Serrano, Director General of Civil Aviation of Spain, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Spain Lunch Break in World ATM Congress Exhibition Session Four: ANSP Cooperation Performance and Delivery: Myth or Reality? What does ANSP cooperation mean and, equally important, what does it not mean? Are there new business models that will depend on cooperation to deliver superior performance? If so, how will they be structured? What are the costs and benefits of such cooperation? Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO Micilia Albertus-Verboom, Director General, DC-ANSP John Crichton, President & Chief Executive Officer, NAV CANADA Eamonn Brennan, Chief Executive, Irish Aviation Authority Bob Poole, Director of Transportation Studies, Reason Foundation Networking Break Session Five: The New ATM Reality If It Were up to You, What Would ATM Look Like in 2033? The ATM industry is undergoing change in unprecedented ways. Where will it lead us? What will our industry look like in 20 years and how will we get there? Can we shape our destiny or will our future be dictated to us? The panel has been asked to bring their vision of our future to a freeranging conversation. Neil Planzer, Chairman-Elect, ATCA, and Executive Board, CANSO Todd Donovan, President, Thales ATM Inc. Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, Chairman and CEO, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH Marc Hamy, Chief Operating Officer, Airbus ProSky Ed Sims, Chief Executive Officer, Airways New Zealand Ramón Tarrech, ATM Vice President, Indra Sistemas Conference Conclusions & Way Forward Jeff Poole, Director General, CANSO Brenner Brennan Planzer Scheurle Register Today! 7
8 See you in Madrid World ATM Congress celebrates its inaugural show in Spain s capital city. Madrid s diverse neighbourhoods are home to cafés and terraces, open markets, and some of the world s most exciting museums in what is known as the Triangle of Art. You can find it all in the European Union s third largest city. We have arranged opportunities every day to experience the culture and historical sights of Madrid. Join us for any of these enjoyable city tours.* SIGHTSEEING TOURS February This two-and-a-half-hour tour by bus will explore major sights such as the Historic Plaza Mayor, Plaza España, Cibeles Fountain, Neptune s Fountain, Astellana Avenue, Christopher Columbus Square, main shopping areas, famous gardens, and more! After the tour, dinner will be organised for the entire group. GASTRONOMIC TOURS Tapas Tour Tuesday, 12 February Discover downtown Madrid while stopping in several bars to taste traditional Spanish tapas accompanied by Spanish wine or sangria. Tasca or tapas-hopping is a unique Spanish experience and should not be missed. Spanish Market Wednesday, 13 February Visit the San Anton Market, brand new to downtown Madrid, where you will find the most flavourful and basic ingredients of Spanish cuisine. During the tour, try tapas and wine in various food stalls. Afterwards, a Spanish dinner on the roof of the market is included. CULTURAL TOURS Thyssen Museum Tuesday, 12 February A dinner follows in the Recoletos area of Madrid. Prado Museum Wednesday, 13 February A dinner follows in the Recoletos area of Madrid. The Royal Palace Thursday, 14 February Visit the Almudena Cathedral, the Spanish Royal Palace, and the Hapsburgs Madrid. Enjoy a premium dinner in the Royal Palace area. If you are interested in signing up for any leisure activities, or need help organising trips to neighbouring Spanish cities like Sevilla, Granada, Barcelona, or Toledo, *Fees for these trips and tours are additional. Get more details about these city tours and more at 8 Don t Get Left Behind. Join Us in Madrid.
9 Hotels World ATM Congress has negotiated discount room rates in three of the major districts of Madrid. Choose from a variety of hotels in the location you prefer. These special rates apply only to registered conference attendees and exhibitors! View and book hotels at: Book Online Get a full listing of hotels and rates at Choose from more than 20 hotels in these three districts: Close to World ATM Congress and Barajas Airport Hilton Madrid Airport Silken Puerta América AC by Marriott Madrid Feria Accor Novotel Puente de la Paz Accor Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria Meliá Avenida América NH Parque Avenidas Madrid s Business and Financial District Intercontinental Madrid Sheraton Mirasierra Madrid Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower NH Hesperia Madrid AC by Marriott Cuzco Madrid s Historic District Melia Gran Fénix Melia Madrid Princesa The Westin Palace AC by Marriott Avenida América Holiday Inn Madrid Melia Castilla NH Eurobuilding NH Zurbano NH Nacional NH Paseo del Prado Book online now by visiting Works of Art Enjoy Madrid s globally recognised museums: Prado Museum One of the world s largest art galleries. Military Aviation Museum at Cuatros Vientos Spain s first military airfield hosts an aircraft collection including a Lockheed P 3 Orion, Vilanova-Bleriot XI from 1911, and the Dragon Rapide, G-ACYR, among others. Models, squadron badges, engines, and weapons are also on display. Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Houses more than 800 paintings, sculptures, and tapestries from the earliest Dutch masters to the most avant-garde trends. Reina Sofía National Art Centre Dedicated to Spanish contemporary art, with works by Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, and Juan Gris, among others. Register Today! 9
10 Exhibitor List AAL AC-B ACI Aero Adacel Systems, Inc ADPI Aena Air Traffic & Navigation Services (ATNS) Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Air Traffic Management Magazine Air Traffic Technology International Airbus ProSky Airlines for America Airports Authority of India Airservices Australia Airtel ATN Airways International NZ All Weather, Inc APAC, GmbH ARINC Incorporated AT-One ATRiCS GmbH ATS Data AviBit Data Processing GmbH AVITECH AG BARCO C Speed, LLC CANSO CGH Technologies, Inc CGX AERO Civil/Military ATM Conference Cobham Flight Inspection Combitech AB COMSOFT GmbH CS SI CS SYSTÈMES D INFORMATION Czech Air Navigation Institute (CANI) Delair Air Traffic Systems GmbH DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH DW International EASA Egis Avia Eizo Nanao Corporation Eltel Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ENAC (the French Civil Aviation University) ENAC, Ecole Natonale de l Aviation Civile ENAV S.p.A Entry Point North ERA a.s Eurasian Coordination Council EUROCONTROL European Satellite Service Provider (ESSP SAS) European Space Expo Exelis FABEC (c/o DFS GmbH) FerroNATS Frequentis AG GTD Sistemas de Informacion GE Aviation GECI Española S.A General Dynamics German Aerospace Center (DLR) GMV GroupEAD Europe S.L Grupo Inster Harris Corporation Helios HIS HERMIEU International Supply HITT Traffic Honeywell International Inc HungaroControl ICAO, International Civil Aviation Organization IDS INGEGNERIA DEI SISTEMI S.p.A IHS Jane s Airport Review Indra INECO Integra Intelcan International Aeronavigation Systems (IANS) Isavia Isdefe es Don t Get Left Behind. Join Us in Madrid.
11 ITV Geomatik AG Jeppesen Jotron AS Knurr Technical Furniture GmbH LAIC AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT Laser Systems LFV Lockheed Martin M.T. svl Mesar I.T Metron Aviation Micro Nav Ltd National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) NATS UK NAV Portugal NAVCANatm Northrop Grumman NTT DATA CORPORATION Nucleo DF Opscom PANSA Peleng JSC Precision Applications Ltd PT Quintiq Quovadis R.I.S.K. Company Raytheon Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG Romatsa S.I.T.T.I. S.p.A SAAB Sensis Corporation Schmid Telecom AG Schneider Electric Searidge Technologies, Inc SELEX Sistemi Integrati SpA Senasa Sennheiser Aviation ATC/Government Systems SESAR JU Shanghai Zhihe Radome Co SiATM SITA SITScape SKYSOFT-ATM Snowflake Software STR Speech Tech, Ltd Sunhillo Corp Swiss Control Technical University of Madrid Techno Sky Telephonics Corporation Telerad Telvent THALES The Boeing Company The MITRE Corporation Think Research Thruput Limited UFA, Inc UFIS Airport Solutions GmbH Vaisala Vimana, LLC Vitrociset VNIIRA JSC Weytec WIDE Europe BV World ATM Congress List as of 1 Jan Register Today! 11
12 Join Us in Madrid, Spain World ATM Congress 1101 King Street, Suite 300 Alexandria, VA USA MADRID Register Today February What You Need to Know to Register for World ATM Congress How Do I Attend World ATM Congress? There are multiple ways to attend World ATM Congress. Select the category that most accurately describes how you want to participate. Delegate: Open access to all World ATM Congress activities, including conference sessions, educational sessions and workshops in exhibition, exhibition hall, and all networking events.* * The CANSO ATM Dinner & Jane s ATC Awards, CANSO CEO Conference, and CANSO Global ATM Operations Conference are NOT included in this pass and are separate ticketed events available for purchase through CANSO. Exhibition Visitor: Access to the show floor (exhibition hall) and all activities occurring within the hall to include welcome reception and breaks held in the exhibition hall, educational sessions, and workshops. Exhibitor: Access to the show floor for the purpose of constructing or working at an organisation s stand. Delegate ATCA & CANSO Members Early Bird Rates End 15 January Online Registration Ends 8 February $1,060 $1,200 $1,325 Non-Members $1,325 $1,450 $1,590 After 8 February and On-Site Registration Cancellation & Refund Policy Delegate cancellations made until December 31, 2012, will incur a 10% cancellation charge. Cancellations between this date and January 20, 2013, will incur a 50% cancellation charge. Unfortunately, no refunds can be made for cancellations received after January 20, 2013, and the full registration fee will be payable. Cancellations must be made in writing to Substitutions may be made at any time. Are You a Speaker at the Conference? If you need assistance with registration, please contact For logistics or other speaker support, please contact Ellen Van Ree at or +31 (0) Registration Questions? For questions regarding your registration, please contact Customer Service at Exhibition Visitor Only FREE FREE FREE If you are an ATCA or CANSO member, make sure to register with the address that the organisation has on file for you in order to receive the member discount.