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The latest issue of HindSight magazine is now online! Published on Skybrary, HindSight 30 focuses on the themes of well-being and stress. We are present with our article titled "Stress prevention through organisational-level interventions", which describes four good practices that aviation organisations can put in place to prevent and manage work-related stress. Many thanks to...

The ATC is experiencing a period of profound and rapid transformation due to the large introduction of automation. The global stop due to the pandemic diffusion of COVID-19, requiring us to rethink the overall system in the perspective of gradually resuming the service, might further foster the process. In this process towards highly automatized scenario, the ATC...

This week, we delivered our Automation and Liability in ATM training course at EUROCONTROL's Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC). Three intense days, full of interesting discussions about the potential legal liability implications associated with the introduction of automation in Air Traffic Control. According to our trainers, Paola Lanzi, Damiano Taurino and Giuseppe Contissa, it was...

Remote control towers have become a reality in air traffic management. The next step is already being examined: multiple remote towers, from which more airports can be controlled simultaneously. Experimentation has begun, and multimodal aspects in virtual environments play a key role.   Air traffic in European skies is increasing. In 2017, 10 million aircraft have circulated...

The International Airport Review just published an article by our collaborators Paola Tomasello, Stefano Bonelli and Vera Ferraiuolo about three ways neuroscience can support the development of Air Traffic Management (ATM) in the future. As the role of air traffic controllers shifts to a more observatory one, does neuroscience hold the key to ensuring this...