November 2019

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L'Italia recepisce il quarto Pacchetto Ferroviario emanato dalla Commissione europea nel 2013. Cambia quindi la normativa nazionale sulla sicurezza ferroviaria: facciamo il punto.   Un drammatico incidente Il 24 Luglio del 2013 il macchinista di un treno alta velocità stava per raggiungere la stazione di Santiago de Compostela, in Spagna. Percorse la curva che precedeva la stazione a...

Yesterday, together with Brainsigns, we were at Eurocontrol Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre, supporting simulation session for the pre-operational validation of a new airspace design of the sectors over Brussels. We measured in real time the impact of this change on controllers' workload and stress in different conditions. We obtained detailed, objective data on the workload...

A wave of new systems based on automation is rapidly changing the Air Traffic Management. Consequently, the work of the air traffic controllers all over Europe is changing as well. Do these changes affect attribution of legal liabilities? How? Answering these questions is the purpose of the Automation and Liability in ATM course. In short, it...

The new EASA Basic Regulation on drones (2018/1139) is finally in force. Now, everyone in Europe (manufacturers, operators, pilots, and also CAAs) has the duty to stick to it. Are you a professional in the aviation industry? Are you unsure of what changes the new regulation introduced? Then, this course is the ideal starting point...

We are glad to take part today in the SESAR PAGAR (Performance Assessment and Gap Analysis Report) Preview Workshop, kindly hosted by ENAV in Rome. PAGAR is one of the flagships of SESAR PJ19 CI. It summarizes all Performance results that Solutions have obtained during Wave 1 of SESAR 2020. This workshop will give a preview...

“When you have trouble with things — whether it's figuring out whether to push or pull a door or the arbitrary vagaries of the modern computer and electronics industries — it's not your fault. Don't blame yourself: blame the designer” (The Psychology of Everyday Things, Donald A. Norman). We are glad to invite you to the...