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Key to A-CDM integration: Airport predictability performance

Shared information regarding flight schedules, status and progress is an essential basis for efficient use of available airspace capacity and airport infrastructure. The success of any networked system depends, of course, on the reliability of the information being shared. Airport CDM can only be effective...

To70 completed SESAR validation observation project to EUROCONTROL

In May 2015 to70 was awarded a contract from EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre in Bretigny, for the role of support to SESAR validation observations. Project leader Selma Piric together with Airport Collaboration Decision Making (CDM) expert Eugène Tuinstra visited various experiments regarding Airport Operations Management (AOM), Airport...

To70 to present in ICAO A-CDM workshop in Sao Paulo

Senior To70 aviation consultant Eugène Tuinstra will present in the ICAO Workshop in Guarulhos International Airport, 19-21 October in São Paulo, Brazil. The presentation will be about Airport Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) connection to Air Traffic Flow Management. ICAO is promoting Airport CDM in South America....

To70 supports Saab for Airport CDM consultancy services in Hong Kong

In August 2016, To70 completed a contract with defence and security company Saab for providing Airport CDM consultancy services at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). The contract contained support to Saab in operational workshops organised by HKIA and stakeholders, with the purpose to support implementation of...

To70 awarded Project Leader role in CDM@AMS program

In May 2016 to70 was awarded a contract from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS), for the role of Project Leader in the CDM@AMS program. Eugène Tuinstra has been appointed as project leader in a contract for the remainder of 2016. His role will be to operate under...

Airport CDM benefits are clear, global implementation progress remains slow.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) delivers significant benefits to European airports and the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) network. Recently Eurocontrol presented an improvement of take-off accuracy, which is the main driver for network benefits. Predicted 2015 ECAC network impact caused by Airport CDM implementations The Network...