Harris Corp.’s technology personnel will give presentations on applications for new communications technology at an international air traffic industry forum next week in Madrid.
The inaugural World ATM Congress 2013 will be held from February 12 to 14 in Madrid, the company said Tuesday.
On Feb. 12, David Almeida, a director of Federal Aviation Administration programs for system wide information management and weather information system, will lead a panel discussion on open system architecture and SWIM technology.
Panelists include Steve Bradford, chief scientist and NextGen architect for the FAA; Marc Brochard, SWIM engineer for Eurocontrol; and Ian Painter, U.S. managing director for Snowflake Software.
Robert Goldman from Delta Air Lines will also participate, Harris said.
Alain Tremblay, senior engineering director for Harris’ mission critical networks, will discuss the company’s new Internet Protocol-based voice communication system and explain its usage in NextGen objectives such as air traffic control facility load sharing, facility consolidation and business continuity planning.