28 July, 2022 at 0900 hrs (EDT)
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Similarly to many organizations, ICAO has been digitizing aspects of its work, to facilitate access to documentation and improve internal processes. When applied to innovations in aviation, digitization can help access complex information more efficiently and provide the opportunity to interact with the aviation community at large.
In addition, the digital assets can be inserted into virtual experiences to demonstrate how they can be integrated into existing processes and help understand their benefits. Please join us as we take a deep dive into this digital version of Innovations in Aviation – and let us know how we can make it better.
The aviation industry, regulators and academia.
Chrystelle Damar, Strategic Planning and Regional Coordination Officer, Strategic Planning, Regional Coordination and Partnerships Office (SPCP)
Chrystelle Damar is currently working in the Strategic Planning, Coordination and Partnerships Office, where she coordinates organizational-wide initiatives to advance innovation at ICAO, in particular on enhancing the interface between ICAO, Member States and the innovation community. For the past 15 years, she has held various position in public affairs, environmental management and international policy, with the aim to make people work together for the delivery of a sustainable future for international civil aviation.
Mr. Yuri Fattah, Programme Manager (Multi-Disciplinary Priorities), Air Navigation Bureau, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
Yuri Fattah, Programme Manager of Multi-disciplinary Priorities, in the Air Navigation Bureau of ICAO, currently works, together with other colleagues, on Commercial Space, AI, and other issues on the leading edge of the aviation sector. In 2019 and 2020 he was part of the ICAO team that coordinated the Innovation Fair and the Global Symposium on the Implementation of Innovation in Aviation. He also has less exciting, but equally important, administrative and management duties in support of the Air Navigation Bureau.
Martin Rico, Innovation Aviation Consultant, Air Navigation Bureau, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
Martín Rico is Innovation Aviation Consultant in the Air Navigation Bureau at ICAO. Since 2018 has been working on the Future of Aviation, previously as a Conceptual Designer, which consists in research on the new aircraft, prototypes and technologies involving aviation. Helping to create innovation initiatives like concepts and scenarios that will make aviation a part of a more efficient and sustainable future.