• 12 of October, 2022
    08:30 > 18:00
  • Event lounge, Boulevard Général Wahis 16F
    Brussels , Belgium
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Join leaders from the aviation industry and European institutions at the SESAR 3 JU’s first annual conference to discuss the role that that disruptive technologies can play in delivering a robust and sustainable airspace for Europe.

The COVID crisis has laid bare the limitations of Europe’s airspace and air traffic management, in terms of its scalability and ability to withstand external shocks, while climate change highlights the urgent need to reconcile aviation with a net zero world.

With the theme of ‘Airspace fit for the digital age’, this conference will explore how the air transport industry can get back on its feet in a way that supports a sustainable and smart recovery, and strengthens the resilience of the sector.

The conference will address questions such as:
•    Can technology make our airspace more sustainable? 
•    Is Europe’s airspace ready to accommodate planes, drones and air taxis?
•    How can digitalisation help Europe’s aviation industry become more resilient to crises?
•    How can we make door-to-door mobility services fact not fiction?

Alongside the conference, members of the SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking and SESAR 2020 partners will exhibit their latest research and innovation results, prototypes and hardware, showcasing the need for the airspace to evolve and embrace new technologies. 

Who should attend?
The conference will bring together representatives from the European Commission, the European Parliament, Member States, as well as industry leaders, research centres, SMEs and universities.

Why attend?

  • Join the conversation on the future of airspace management/ATM and what’s needed to support the delivery of an inclusive, resilient and sustainable Digital European Sky.
  • Discover what will come next for SESAR 3 JU in terms of new research priorities and technologies.
  • Benefit from networking among the aviation industry and Brussels community 


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Registrations are closed: We have reached maximum capacity at the venue, hence, registrations are now closed.