Present day air transport operations have a large societal and economic impact.
This comes with great responsibilities for the various government entities. Not only must it weigh flight safety, economical benefits and environmental impacts; it must also have a strong long term vision and develop a corresponding sustainable air transport policy. In this complex environment government entities are faced with a near impossible task. Arduous decision making in an ever changing environment could lead to aimless problem-solving. Understanding the professional language of air transport and through the development of realistic solutions, our professionals assist you in connecting the worlds of operational reality and policy making.
Striving for a functional imitation of US airspace structure and governance, European authorities issued directives to construct a united airspace, step by step, based on standardized technology, procedures and regulation. Functional Airspace Blocks, SESAR and EASA’s second pillar are the foundation to work from. National policy and authorities must be correctly balanced not to interfere with these higher goals. For EU neighbouring countries tremendous pressure is felt not to fall behind; airline networks and route systems must be kept operative.
In this rapidly growing complex mix of operational and policy requirements, public authorities are faced with providing crystal clear directives and policy frameworks. It is in this area where you can call upon the vast governance and technological expertise of the MovingDot professionals. We know how the ‘system’ works, whom to address, where to find the correct information and commitment to proceed. The combination of our long standing executive management experience in an operational world makes the difference.
Air transport creates a continuum across the globe. This calls for a systemic and systematic approach to globally address safety requirements and subsequent regulation. Flowing from ICAO to national governments, possibly through FAA or EASA, regulations and requirements become increasingly more detailed. There is a tendency to create new regulatory regimes which call upon self-regulation of organisations, both technical and procedural.
This puts tremendous pressure on ANSP’s and other air transport organisations to change their working processes resulting in strict, to be followed, quality and safety management systems. However, not to increase costs, efficiency of the total workflow is paramount which can lead to functionally contradicting work processes.
With a strong regulatory background and operational experience with regulation, MovingDot can assist regulators to define effective auditing mechanisms as well as ANSP’s, airports or airlines to construct cost efficient working procedures.
Government, authorities and agencies that we’ve worked with
- Knowledge and Development Center Mainport Schiphol, KDC
- Ministry of Infrastructure and Waterworks (I&W), NL
- Qatar Civil Aviation Authority
- SESAR Joint Undertaking