Think-Tank: ICAO Statutes Should Include Climate Action
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LYON, France—It is high time for ICAO to integrate climate concerns into its statutes, otherwise little progress can be expected at its next general meetings, the French air and space academy (AAE) says.
UK Scientists, NATS To Experiment With AI For Air Traffic Control
LONDON—Data scientists and the UK air navigation service provider (ANSP) NATS have teamed up to develop capabilities that could pave the way for artificial intelligence to support air traffic controllers.
LYON, France—A Holistic study on how climate change is going to affect commercial air transport, from takeoff performance to airport submersion and leisure travel demand, is underway at four French research organizations specializing in aerospace and high-performance computing.
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