The Conference on the Economics of Airports and Air Navigation Services (ANSConf 2000), with its theme of Air Transport Infrastructure for the 21st Century, is expected to be well attended by 500 senior civil aviation officials from ICAO's 185 member States, including managers of airports and air navigation facilities.
The exhibition will be held during the first days of the Conference and will be officially opened on Tuesday evening, 20 June, with a reception following. Conference delegates will be invited to visit the exhibition from Wednesday to Friday, 21 to 23 June. Exhibitors will have an exclusive opportunity over these four days to meet with civil aviation decision-makers and to promote goods and/or services that they have to offer in the dynamic fields of airports and air navigation services.
The exhibition area is located close to both the Assembly Hall, where all Conference sessions will take place, and the Conference Document Distribution Centre, where delegates will retrieve documentation during breaks throughout the Conference.
Official Opening of Exhibition and Reception
Tuesday, 20 June 5:30pm
Hours of Exhibition
- Wednesday, 21 June 10:30am - 6:00pm
- Thursday, 22 June 10:30am - 6:00pm
- Friday, 23 June 10:30am - 3:00pm
ANSConf 2000 Exhibitors
|Airports Council International (ACI)
|As the international association of the world's airports, ACI is a non-profit organization with the prime purpose of fostering cooperation among its member airports and with other partners in world aviation, including governmental, airline and aircraft manufacturing organizations.|
Airsys ATM Inc
|A full service provider dedicated to CNS/ATM systems and airport development. Over 40 years experience in the civil aviation market, with installations in 160 countries and extensive experience in managing complete airport development projects.|
|Alenia Marconi Systems
|More than 35 years in advanced systems for air traffic management (ATM) and present in more than 100 countries. Offers a full range of products, including; air traffic management systems, ADS systems, advanced surveillance systems, meteorological radar systems, aeronautical telecommunication systems, navigation systems, ATM simulators, airport management and turnkey projects, worldwide after sales services.|
|BACK Associates, Inc.
|Specializes in delivering comprehensive data and analysis to the global aviation industry. Data collection is available on-line, on CD-ROM and via service bureau, includes fleet inventories, orders and deliveries, aircraft availability, aircraft operating costs, flight schedules, custom route maps, airline financial and traffic statistics, city pair traffic and load factors. Aircraft appraisals and consulting are available via AvSOLUTIONS subsidiary.|
|European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL)
|Comprised of 29 member States. EUROCONTROL's most important goal is the development of a coherent and coordinated air traffic control system throughout Europe. |
|Specializes in air traffic management (ATM) software and ATM systems: radar data processing, including ADS, electronic flight strip management, information data processing, control monitoring, recording and replay, passenger information and billing.|
|International Air Transport Association (IATA)
|The association of the world's airlines. IATA's mission is to represent and serve the airline industry.|
|International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations (IAOPA)
|Represents the interests of more than 400,000 general aviation and aerial work pilots and operators in 51 countries around the world.|
|Litton Denro is the world's leading supplier of voice switching, AFTN and remote control systems used in ATC and in other applications. Litton Denro's leadership and technical expertise are clearly demonstrated in the quality of its products. Products include: Model 400D/ETVS, Model 3080/RDVS and the STVS (a small VCS); Scaled Integrated Voice Communication System (SIVCS) for ATC; AMS 2001 Automatic Message Switching system, AFTN; and RCE 2001 Remote Control system which enables remote monitoring and control over a standard grade 4 wire telephone line. The ETVS, AFTN, and RCE equipment will be displayed at the show. |
|LNS Systems Inc.
|Specializes in designing, manufacturing and supplying air traffic control (ATC) systems and other security systems in fixed, mobile and transportable configurations. LNS refurbishes outdated ATC VCRs (Visual Control Rooms), equipment rooms and ACC centres using its own consoles. Other equipment, new or existing, may be integrated into LNS' design to complete the upgrading. LNS also leases mobile ATC systems.|
|Focuses on engineering design, development, test, delivery and support of highly complex, integrated information systems to support air traffic control operations worldwide. Lockheed Martin capabilities include communications, navigation and surveillance/air traffic management; airport/terminal management; operations and flight services; satellite and ground weather systems; civilian aircraft; and air traffic control engineering, integration and support services.|
|A fully privatized corporation that owns and operates Canada's civil air navigation services (ANS). NAV CANADA coordinates the safe and efficient movement of aircraft in Canadian domestic airspace and international airspace assigned to Canadian control. Through a coast-to-coast network of systems, facilities and skilled people, NAV CANADA provides air traffic control, flight information, weather briefings, airport advisory services and air navigation and approach aids. |
Specializes in global communications, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management (CNS/ATM) turnkey systems, services and integration. The Raytheon product line includes solid state primary and secondary radars, latest generation commercial off-the-shelf en-route, terminal and tower ATM systems, off-the-shelf VHF digital multimode radio transmitters and receivers, extensive communications/integration capabilities, new technology satellite navigation systems and a complete line of training, simulation and life cycle support capabilities.
|Wavionix Software Ltd
|Develops software solutions in the field of air navigation procedures related to three specific areas of aviation; instrument approach and departure procedures, aeronautical information service (AIS) and airspace design. |
|With more than twenty years of experience in modernizing air traffic management (ATM) systems around the world, xwave Solutions focuses on technologies ranging from flight data, aeronautical information, radar data and communications, to the display systems that integrate them all. |