Link to ICAO TV Recording
DATE & TIME:
14 September 10:00 - 11:30 EST
E-conspicuity is key to increase safety by reducing the likelihood of mid-air collisions, especially in class G airspace, and would also help other airspace users to be more aware of any aircraft operating in the same airspace.
Both unmanned and manned aircraft, by using different types of technologies, can transmit information. The panel will debate on the various technologies and information required to be transmitted and shared in order to achieve the goals of a proper conspicuity solution.
The panelists will consist of stakeholders representing UAS operators, UTM providers, authorities and manned aviation from different continents who will discuss the necessity of e-conspicuity and various approaches together with best practices to achieve the safety for all air traffic and the role of UTM in this process.
Steve Fulton, President, Fulton Aviation
Steve Fulton has over 30 years of aircraft systems engineering, flight test, advanced navigation flight procedure standards development, deployment and business leadership. He is currently the President of Fulton Aviation, LLC., dedicated to advanced aircraft system design, certification, advanced airspace procedure development and deployment. Previously, Steve was Vice President Sales & Marketing for Sandel Avionics, Technical Fellow for GE Aviation Systems and co-founder and Chief Technical Officer of Naverus, Inc, a company dedicated to the successful operational deployment of advanced RNP and other Performance Based Navigation procedures. Prior to founding Naverus, Steve pioneered the standards for RNP AR procedure development and provided the leadership at Alaska Airlines for the creation of an operational RNP capability that provides significant safety and economic benefits and has served as a model for all subsequent U.S. and international deployments of RNP.
Prior to Alaska Airlines, Steve was an avionics engineer and development pilot for Honeywell International.
Steve is an FAA Air Transport Pilot with 17,800 hours of flight time and an FAA Flight Test Pilot Designated Engineering Representative with flight evaluation and systems test experience in Airbus A300, A310, A320, DC-8-71, DC-9-30, MD-83/87, Boeing 727-200, 737-200, 300,400, 500, 700, 800, 900 727-200, 757-200, 757-300, 767-200, 767-300, 767-400, 777-200, 747-200, 747-400, Beechcraft King Air B200, Bombardier Dash 8-200,-300, -400, Viking DHC 6-400, Global Express , Dornier D0-328, Douglas DC-90-30, -50, DC-8-71, DC-10-30, Embraer EMB-120, and McDonnell Douglas MD-80, 83, 87.
Steve earned a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and is co-author of three US patents on air data formats for electronic primary flight displays and principles of RNP design.
Michael Erb, Managing Director, AOPA-Germany
Michael Erb is 55 years old and since 2001 Managing Director of AOPA-Germany. He has a diploma in Business Administration and a doctor´s degree in Politics. Michael is an active GA pilot with a Private Pilot License also holding an Instrument Rating. Since 2017 he is the Chairman of the European AOPAs and Senior Vice President of IAOPA worldwide. He is engaged in SESAR as the coordinator for IAOPA since the project started and was a member of the Executive Board during its definition phase. At EASA he is the Chairman of the General Aviation Advisory Body.
Matthew Satterley, Policy and Government Relations, Wing
Matthew Satterley is a member of the Wing policy team. Matthew supports federal and international policy efforts with a focus on UAS traffic management (UTM). He has worked for over seven years to help shape UTM in the United States of America and abroad, including emerging UTM programs across several continents. Prior to his work on UTM, Matthew served the Office of Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02) as Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director where he interpreted and drafted legislative proposals in support of Congressman LoBiondo's Chairmanship of the Aviation Subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives. Matthew is a graduate of St. Lawrence University.
Vladmir Foltin, PCM/ATM Expert, EASA
Vladimir (Slovak national) is professionally involved in aviation for more than 25 years. He joined the Agency in 2011 after several years of working for the Slovak Air Navigation Services Provider (LPS SR). There he occupied several technical, operational, and managerial positions. He started his career in the technical support of aeronautical information services and later worked as en-route air traffic controller and instructor. In parallel to that he was leading various development projects mostly related to ATM operations, airspace, or design of airways. He concluded the industry experience as the senior management representativeresponsible for safety management.
Vladimir nowadays works in the General Aviation (GA) and VTOL department of EASA certification. In his current role he usually manages GA aircraft certification projects or contributes to other workstreams with his ATM expertise. Prior to that he used to lead the Agency's standardisation inspections of EASA Member States in the field of ATM and supported Agency's ATM development activities. In 2016 he had been seconded to the Slovak Republic Presidency of the EU Council where he chaired the Council's working group for aviation.
Vladimir is holder of commercial pilot and sailplane pilot licences with instructor privileges. As a passionate aviator he still flies regularly be it for leisure or at gliding competitions. If not flying them himself, he likes to organise them together with his fellows in Aeroklub Nitra. The remaining spare time he dedicates to family or to volunteering as the secretary of the FAI's Gliding Commission (IGC).
George Stanford, Implementation Manager, Altitude Angel
George Stanford is the Implementation Manager for Altitude Angel, responsible for platform delivery and API integrations to clients worldwide. A Chartered Engineer he previously worked for QinetiQ and subsequently Helios, the Aviation Consultancy arm of the Egis Group. George trained in the safety assessment of aircraft, before moving to Helios and specialising in Communications Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) projects for airports and ANSPs across Europe. George holds a master's degree in Aeronautical Engineering.