Dubai PR Network, Online Press Release from Dubai and Middle East
 
Aviation, Airline & Aerospace(Travel & Tourism)
Filter PR by
  
New artificial intelligence solutions to improve safety in aviation sector
 
World Aviation Safety Summit showcases new emerging technologies, analytics and data solutions that will support the enhancement of safety within the industry 
 
 
11 December 2019 – Dubai, UAE:   The World Aviation Safety Summit, which has taken place in Dubai, displayed new artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, that will help improve safety in the aviation sector. 
 
In a session on how new technology can reduce incidents, experts from dnata displayed on stage the ‘Oscar bot’ - an Alexa-style solution that can help safety specialists report incidents in a more efficient and effective way. The Oscar bot enables managers and operators to report in real time exact details of incidents and receive feedback and planning options through AI enabled technology.  
 
Susan Morton, IMS Sustainability and Responsibility Manager, dnata commented: “The aviation sector has always been at the forefront of innovation and the development of new technologies. At this year’s World Aviation Safety Summit, we have shown the potential impact of artificial intelligence solutions and how they can be used to enhance safety. We look forward to seeing how this area progresses, as more solutions are developed and upgraded.”
 
Ruben Martinez Sevillano, Director at ALG led a session on how Big Data is being applied to aviation safety and safety intelligence. He showed how AI is already being widely used in the industry to enhance traffic forecasting, optimise flight routes, increase predictability of operations and identify potential threats and safety hazards. The session advised the industry to move to a more proactive approach through use of data, for analysis of events and precursors and advise on improvements in regulations and procedures. 
 
Martinez Sevillano commented: “Safety predictive models will be based on the analysis of information and data from different aviation stakeholders, such as civil aviation authorities, ANSPs, airports, airlines and MROs.  We need to break data silos and share data on operations to be able to improve our safety levels.”
According to a survey by NewVantage, 97.2% of companies said in 2018 that they were investing in Big Data and AI. A forecast from Research & Market put the global AI market in aviation at $2.2 billion by 2025, posting a 46.65% growth (CAGR) compared to 2018.
 
The World Aviation Safety Summit, in its seventh edition, welcomed attendees and participants from across the globe. They included officials from regulatory authorities, airline operators, airport operators, aircraft manufacturers, pilot associations, safety organizations and air traffic control service providers.


Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team
Viewed 4227 times
PR Category : Travel & Tourism
Posted on : Wednesday, December 11, 2019  4:25:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
Replication or redistribution in whole or in part is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of DubaiPRNetwork.com.
Previous Story : 25by2025 Gains Momentum with 59 Airlines Joining the Campaig...
Next Story : Opportunity for Aviation in Europe's Green Deal
Email this article Print this article

Share this article with your friends and followers
NewsVine
Back to Section Home

Related Stories



 
 
Most Viewed Press Release posted in the last 7 days
Drops of Youth [18910-Views]
Foreo Reveals the Ultimate Valentine's Gift List for Women [11438-Views]
Kanz Jewels proves to be a lucky destination for jewellery shoppers during DSF 2020. [10895-Views]
Show your Support for Australia alongside THT – That Hair Tho [10876-Views]
Zeitun Cosmetics Launch in UAE [10181-Views]
Eberhard & Co. Gilda timepiece makes an extraordinary Valentine's Day gift [10083-Views]
Corum And Joachim Horsley Light Up The Folies Bergère [9437-Views]
Elegant diamond-swathed Kalpa Kalparisma set to dazzle fine watch enthusiasts [7906-Views]
160 Years Young: Tag Heuer Kicks Off a Milestone Anniversary With the Re-edition of a Heue... [7845-Views]
Beleaf's Top 5 Vegan Supplements [7296-Views]
Foreo Reveals the Ultimate Valentine's Gift List for Men [6783-Views]
Seha Leads Discussions in Pediatric Medicine [6454-Views]
Oris pays tribute to the world's greatest jazz musicians with Art Blakey Limited Edition t... [6314-Views]
Traversetolo Vitre in blue dial makes stunning impact [6155-Views]
Spice It Up With Szechuan! Shake Shack is Celebrating the Chinese New Year With an Asian-i... [5673-Views]
Why this is the right time for TMCs to automate their processes? [5362-Views]
Beleaf Opens its Fifth Store in Springs Souk [5350-Views]
UAE Falconers League Kick Starts Competition with 10 teams in Al Ruwayyah [4593-Views]
The Data Center Market in 2020: What to Expect [4490-Views]
Lg to Join Forces With Cerence on Ai-powered Connected Car Platform [4337-Views]
Head to Freddy's for the Ultimate Frozen Custard Party [4294-Views]
HONOR Wins Big at CES 2020 with Growing Momentum of Wearables [4258-Views]
C Central Resort The Palm Welcomes 2020 with its Grand Opening in Dubai [4227-Views]
MoHAP's Training & Development Center Receives the Silver Award from the American Heart As... [4197-Views]
Secure Technologies and Artificial Intelligence in Focus for Airbus at Intersec 2020 [4099-Views]
 
RSS Facebook Twitter LinkedDin
 
Top Sections
 
Top Stories