The 2nd annual Internet of Aviation Conference 2017
is now finished.

It will take place again in October 2018 in London. If you would like to be contacted about attending the next event, please register your interest.

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Jon Norris
Senior Director, Panasonic Avionics
Thijs de Vries
Chief Design & Learning, Warp Industries
Mohammad Muzamil Sadiq
Digital Lead, Qatar Airways
Joost Fromberg
Data Optimization Psychologist
Stephen Mellor
Chief Technology Officer, Industrial Internet Consortium
Al Titterington
Managing Director, Cornwall Airport
Dharminder Bagha
Chief Enterprise Architect, Flybe
Raul Garrido
CTO, Marrionete
Anita Neudeck
Senior Referentin Innovation and Partnering, Munich Airport
Andreas Bosch
Manager eOperations Projects, Swiss International Air Lines
John Seely
Technology Project Manager, Dublin Airport
Chris Butler
Principal Consultant, Cyber Resilience and Security, Sungard Availability Services
Jim Angus
Commercial Director IVHM, Cranfield University
Patrick Cuschieri
Senior Regulations Specialist, UAE Civil Aviation Authority
Olli Lehtonen
Digital Marketing Manager, Finavia
Sebastian Stiffell
IT Business Analyst Aviation/B2C, Munich Airport
Francisco Salguero
Airport Operations Director, AENA Alicante Airport
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Event Highlights 2017.

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Sector News

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IoT set to transform the airport experience

IoT technologies have the potential to make air travel a smoother door-to-door ride for passengers, as Doug Drinkwater reports.

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Can drones and commercial aircraft safely share airspace?

In a follow-up to last week’s interview with Professor Antonios Tsourdos from Cranfield University’s new DARTeC research centre, Internet of Business asks the professor about the future of drones in UK airspace.

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Cranfield, DARTeC and the future of aviation

Internet of Business speaks to Professor Antonios Tsourdos about Cranfield University’s new DARTeC research centre for digital aviation technology.

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