10 March 2021 at 0900 EST
Registration is now closed.
A recording of the webinar has been made available on ICAO TV and can be re-watched on demand. In addition, you can also access the slides presented by our speakers HERE.
Following the ICAO symposium's panel on Green Innovations in Aviation held on December 8th 2020, Thales is pleased to propose this interactive session to present and share a view of the green concepts under development to Make Green Aviation a reality by 2023.
Thales will show more insights on how to reduce the environmental footprint of aviation by 10% leveraging enhanced air/ground collaboration within local ecosystems in a continuous improvement cycle.
They will reveal dynamic green concepts whereby innovative technologies provide critical support to operations and enable a trustable evaluation of the environmental impact of flights.
In that respect, Thales will introduce the Green Flag concept and show case what a "smart green meter" could be.
ANSPs, Airlines and Airports.
Benjamin Binet, VP Strategy, Airspace Mobility Solutions (AMS), Thales
Benjamin Binet is VP of Strategy, Airspace Mobility Solutions at Thales. In this role, Benjamin is in charge of defining the way forward for Thales Air Traffic & Navigation business through products, services, innovation, partnerships, alliances, M&A and Public Affairs.
He joined Thales in 2019 through the acquisition of Gemalto where we held various executive roles from 2003 to 2019 in Marketing, Sales, Product Management and General Management at HQ in France but also in Brazil and in South Africa. Before joining Gemalto, Benjamin spent 9 years in the fast moving consumer goods industry (L'Oreal and Nestlé) and in the first wave of start ups in 1999-2000 around customer relationship management.
Benjamin holds a Master of Business Administration at ESCP-Europe Business School, Paris. Half French and half Belgian, he speaks 4 languages and has built strong multi-cultural skills through his time abroad and his trips. Benjamin holds a Private Pilot Licence and has always been passionate about aviation.
Denis Bonnet, AVS Chief Innovation Officer, Thales
Denis Bonnet is in charge of Innovation, Research and technologies for Thales avionics global business units. His actual mission is to leverage on Thales' ability to develop groundbreaking technologies to help Thales customers to solve their most challenging issues. Some of current area of interests are autonomy technologies, ecological transition and connectivity. Before that, he's have various managerial positions in Thales cockpit domain, ranging from software engineering to human factor and safety. He joined Thales in 1997.
Denis has graduated from Telecom Paris engineering school in 1994. He also holds a PhD in machine learning.