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Day 01 – WEDNESDAY
2019-09-11
OPENING
LANDINGS 1
ENVIRONMENT WORKSHOP
MRO WORKSHOP
GROUND HANDLING WORKSHOP
ATC WORKSHOP
AIRPORTS WORKSHOP
AIR LAB INNOVATION INDUSTRY
SAFETY WORKSHOP
Day 02 – THURSDAY
2019-09-12
PLENARY AIR LAB INNOVATION
LANDINGS 2
AEROSPACE DAY
SPACE MARKET
BUSINESS AVIATION TRENDS
WOMEN IN AVIATION
AIR LAB INNOVATION TRENDS
SECURITY WORKSHOP
TECHNOLOGIES - AIR SIDE
Day 03 – FRIDAY
2019-09-13
AIR CARGO
AVIATION EDUCATION
AVIATION LAW WORKSHOP
IT & AUTOMATION WORKSHOP
FLIGHT DECK MATTERS
DRONES WORKSHOP
AIR TRANSPORT
TECHNOLOGIES – LAND SIDE
OPENING
LANDINGS 1
ENVIRONMENT WORKSHOP
MRO WORKSHOP
GROUND HANDLING WORKSHOP
ATC WORKSHOP
AIRPORTS WORKSHOP
AIR LAB INNOVATION INDUSTRY
SAFETY WORKSHOP
PLENARY AIR LAB INNOVATION
LANDINGS 2
AEROSPACE DAY
SPACE MARKET
BUSINESS AVIATION TRENDS
WOMEN IN AVIATION
AIR LAB INNOVATION TRENDS
SECURITY WORKSHOP
TECHNOLOGIES - AIR SIDE
AIR CARGO
AVIATION EDUCATION
AVIATION LAW WORKSHOP
IT & AUTOMATION WORKSHOP
FLIGHT DECK MATTERS
DRONES WORKSHOP
AIR TRANSPORT
TECHNOLOGIES – LAND SIDE
• STAGE: INNOVATION TERMINAL 7
• STAGE: IBAS TERMINAL 8
• ALL STAGES
• STAGE: TERMINAL 3 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 2 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 5 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 4 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 1 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 6 ARENA
CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT image
CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Aviation contributes with US$ 153 million of GDP in Latin America, and it is estimated that the economic chain led by the sector will contribute 1.4% of the Brazilian GDP. Currently, Brazil has 210 million potential consumers, representing one of the largest economies in the world, with a huge territory that requires connectivity. In this sense, important steps were taken to expand this market: airport concessions, Open Sky agreements and, more recently, the opening of the market for foreign investment. How will these changes reflect on the development of the sector?

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TOURISM AND AIR TRANSPORT: CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

According to Panorama, a study by ABEAR, air transport plays a fundamental role in a world with an increasingly integrated economy and increasingly intense cultural exchange. As a consequence, it helps to produce more wealth and also generates income through the jobs created. Aviation is decisive for tourism, a sector that is experiencing exponential growth and already accounts for a larger share than traditional sectors. In Brazil, there is still much potential for growth in both air travel and tourism. How to develop this potential in collaboration with leading market-related organizations?

09:00 - 10:00
HIGHLIGHT: Plenary – Welcome and perspectives of the new government for the sector
10:00 - 10:30
SPOTLIGHT: Economic Perspective for Aviation in Brazil
11:00 - 12:00
MAIN CHALLENGES: Fundamental factors for connectivity, integration and economic development of the Latin American aviation
12:00 - 13:00
HIGHLIGHT: The airport has a direct influence on the economy of the city and the country’s future: Development and economic growth brought by airport projects
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MRO WORKSHOP

A well-developed MRO sector is critical for reducing costs, decreasing downtime, and increasing service efficiency. The sector is also adapting to the transformation that is fundamentally changing flight operations, technical operations and customer engagement, provided by innovation and technology. What are the trends, challenges and business opportunities in the region?

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WORKSHOP ENVIRONMENT

ANAC is part of the international discussion on the environment through ICAO – International Civil Aviation Organization, and ICAO’s vision is to achieve sustainable growth in the global civil aviation system. What are the activities, expectations and results and for the sector?

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AIRPORTS WORKSHOP

Since 2011, four rounds of concessions have been carried out and ten airports have been granted private initiative, accounting for 57% of regular traffic in Brazil. During this period, sixteen groups participated in the auctions and currently eight distinct operators operate in Brazilian airports, with more than R$ 17 billion of a total of R$ 33 billion of the planned investment. These investments significantly increased airport capacity and improved services provided. The government envisages another three rounds by 2021 and will grant 56 more airports. What are the rules of the next concessions and what will change in the airport market and what will be the impact for the businesses in the region?

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AIR LAB INNOVATION INDUSTRY

Innovation has always been in the DNA of aviation, but in recent years the industry is experiencing a data tsunami that is fundamentally changing industry, flight operations, technical operations, and customer engagement. Digitization, robotization, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, big data, internet of things, drones, biotechnology and other trends are leading to a radical change in the structure of markets and society itself. Professionals urgently need to face the challenge of accessing these new technologies as an imminent issue of survival and as an opportunity for expansion. Crafting solutions from innovation networks, open innovation and high impact entrepreneurship becomes crucial to the aerospace industry.

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WORKSHOP SAFETY – SOON
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ATC WORKSHOP – AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

Air Traffic Control is fundamental to the development of aviation. Advancing technology with continued long-term traffic growth means that the interdependence between the operation of aircraft, airports and those responsible for air navigation work together in a collaborative way to enable demand to grow safely and efficiently. How can the organizations that regulate the sector, airport infrastructure and airspace in Latin America improve their processes? What are the innovations for the air traffic control segment?

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GROUND HANDLING WORKSHOP

The growth of aviation requires that the supply chain also prepare for this challenge with investments in equipment and specialized labor to meet the demand of this market, with quality and competitive prices. Ground handling companies play a key role in the sustainable development of the sector. How can they contribute to this growth?

14:00 - 15:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 1:
14:00 - 15:00
Opening: How the search for innovative solutions can transform the aerospace industry

– Digital solutions for knowledge management in technological projects
– Development to ecosystems of startups
– How to build a network of intrapreneurs to take the ideas from the paper

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Challenges of climate change and the impact of air transport

– Challenge of climate change goals for the aviation sector

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Global regulation in Latin America and regional: Challenges of Interoperability

– Interoperability and integration of the main Latin American hubs with the global ATM system
– Master air traffic control plan for Latin America: how to work together?

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Overview and trends of the MRO sector in Latin America

– The changes generated from the agreement between IATA and CFM
– Challenges of the Supply Chain chain and regulatory harmonization for the sector

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Overview of air transport services

– Building an efficient, reliable and real-time ecosystem between airports, airlines and consumers with reduced time for information checking
– Balance between competitiveness x investment x quality

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Next rounds of concessions for Brazilian airports

– Result of the 5th round
– Planning 6th and 7th round

14:00 - 15:30
HIGHLIGHTS: Opening – Welcome and economic perspective: air transport and the tourism economy
15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Remote services of flights information

– Investment in economically viable solutions for the maintenance of aeronautical operations and information
– Studies and projects to implement R-AFIS

15:00 - 16:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 2:
15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Environmental impacts of airport operations

– Aircraft operations at airports based on environmental considerations
– Planning for environmental management at the airport

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Advances in sector standardization and certification

– IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM)
– IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO)
– Cases presentation

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Lessons learned from the top ten airports granted

– Concessions history and main obstacles encountered
– Main observed changes

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Innovation and disruptive technologies in the MRO chain

– Advantages of using blockchain, Big Data and data management in the MRO chain
– How to organize and share data to capitalize on opportunities

15:00 - 15:20
Open Talks Embraer | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
15:20 - 15:40
Open Talks Boeing | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
15:40 - 16:00
Open Talks Airbus | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Biofuel Challenges: Current Stage and Breakthroughs in Latin America

– Airlines and biofuels: initiatives and use
– Production, viability and competitiveness of biomass for the aviation sector

16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Technologies and trends: what will change in the ATC system in the next few years?

– The performance driven by collaborative work
– Slots coordination

16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Maintenance and integration of airlines in Latin America

– Lessons on airline integration and good practices for merging maintenance divisions
– How to maximize synergy after equity investment

16:00 - 17:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 3:
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Airports PPPs structure

– Evolution of airport concession contracts in Brazil
– Change of parameters: Quality of Service Indicators (QSI) and aspects of quality of service, X Factor and Marginal Cash Flow Discount Rate

16:00 - 17:30
PANEL 1: The benefits of aviation in the States
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Main challenges for the Ground Handling sector

– Airlines Expectations
– Expectation of airports

16:30 - 17:00
Spotlight talks: How to work open innovation in the aerospace market and ensure the confidentiality of sensitive information
17:00 - 17:20
Open Talks Honeywell | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
17:20 - 17:40
Open Talks GE | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
• ALL STAGES
• STAGE: IBAS TERMINAL 8
• STAGE: TERMINAL 3 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 6 ARENA
• STAGE: INNOVATION TERMINAL 7
• STAGE: TERMINAL 1 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 2 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 5 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 4 ARENA
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DISRUPTIVE TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS

Disruptive innovation in air transport is a reality and the sector seeks to keep up with sector trends by building new perspectives in the face of the challenge ahead. There is huge potential for market growth with continued growth in routes, but the actors’ adaptation to this new reality is necessary to adapt to the 21st century user, who is very different from previous generations. How are the actors involved in this market facing this new scenario?

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BUSINESS AVIATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

In Brazil, executive aviation allows access to 4,000 aerodromes spread across 5,650 municipalities, while commercial aviation serves only 124, less than 2% of all municipalities. How to extend the use of executive aviation and show its importance to the region’s economic development? What are the trends of optimization and use of executive aircraft in the world?

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TOURISM AND AIR TRANSPORT: CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

According to Panorama, a study by ABEAR, air transport plays a fundamental role in a world with an increasingly integrated economy and increasingly intense cultural exchange. As a consequence, it helps to produce more wealth and also generates income through the jobs created. Aviation is decisive for tourism, a sector that is experiencing exponential growth and already accounts for a larger share than traditional sectors. In Brazil, there is still much potential for growth in both air travel and tourism. How to develop this potential in collaboration with leading market-related organizations?

09:00 - 10:00
HIGHLIGHT: Plenary – Fundamental factors for innovation in air transport
10:00 - 10:30
MAIN CHALLENGES: Disruptive innovations in Brazil’s largest airline
10:30 - 11:00
SPOTLIGHT: Mapping of destinations, purchase day and route forecasting: how data analysis can support the development of air transport in Brazil
11:30 - 12:30
HIGHLIGHT: Sector and innovation: what are the trends and the forecast for the market in a decade?
12:30 - 13:00
MAIN CHALLENGES: Innovations that will transform the air transport sector
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AEROSPACE CHAIN & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Embraer is the third largest producer of commercial jets operating in more than 150 airlines around the world. Commercial Aviation carries more than 120 million passengers/year in Brazil, with regular flights in more than 140 airports, covering about 900 routes and has the largest number of commercial jets in operation in Latin America (around 700). Brazilian airplanes and defense systems serve more than two dozen foreign air forces, including France and the United Kingdom. General Aviation has approximately 15,000 aircraft in operation (1,200 agricultural aircraft, 800 executive jets and 2,100 helicopters) operating at more than 1,800 airfields and more than 900 heliports in Brazil. São Paulo is the second largest city by number of helicopters. Brazilian aeronautical components enter the production lines of important aircraft and engine plants abroad. The Brazilian aerospace sector is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere and offers several business opportunities and provides economic development for the country. What are the opportunities of the Brazilian market for the aerospace sector?

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SPACE MARKET

The space sector is responsible for generating transversal application technologies that affect the whole economy and it is necessary to identify the main demands of the sector. What are the success stories between development entities and companies and what is the future of the Brazilian Space Program, considering its governance, plans and programs?

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AIR LAB INNOVATION TRENDS

Innovation has always been in the DNA of aviation, but in recent years the industry is experiencing a data tsunami that is fundamentally changing industry, flight operations, technical operations, and customer engagement. Digitization, robotization, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, big data, internet of things, drones, biotechnology and other trends are leading to a radical change in the structure of markets and society itself. Professionals urgently need to face the challenge of accessing these new technologies as an imminent issue of survival and as an opportunity for expansion. Crafting solutions from innovation networks, open innovation and high impact entrepreneurship becomes crucial to the aerospace industry.

AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGIES – AIR SIDE image
AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGIES – AIR SIDE

What innovative technologies are available to improve Brazilian airports? In the first part of the seminar we will present the available technologies for the air side of the airport.

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WOMEN IN AVIATION – BRAZIL CHAPTER

For several decades, the aviation sector was unique to men, offering little or no opportunity to women, who were only engaged in domestic activities. In 1910, a French woman Raymond Laroche became the first woman in the world to obtain a pilot license, from her contact with airmen who taught her to fly. Among the best known female aviators are American Amelia Earheart, the first woman to fly in North America and the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic; the Brazilian Teresa de Marzo and Anésia Pinheiro Machado, who received the first licenses with a day of difference; and Ada Rogato, the first woman to be licensed as a glider pilot and first woman to become a skydiver, as well as being the third woman to be licensed to fly commercial airplanes.
Although women have achieved much in the sector and boosted the opportunities in the market, Brazilians occupy only 1.88% of the seats of commanders and co-pilots in the country and represent only 0.8% of all licenses currently valid compared to Brazilian men.

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WORKSHOP SECURITY – SOON

With the increase in demand for air travel, the adoption of security measures to neutralize risks, threats and incidents is also increasing by regulatory agencies. The expectation of an increase in the number of passengers for the next few years also draws attention to increasing passenger safety as well as cargo safety. How to increase the safety of Latin American airports, following the global trends for the sector, without unnecessarily increasing the complexity of the regulatory system?

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Perspective of the space sector in Brazil
14:00 - 15:00
WORKSHOP SECURITY – Panel 1:
14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Welcome and economic perspective: the Brazilian aerospace market in the international context
14:00 - 15:30
HIGHLIGHTS: The tourism industry in Brazil and the importance of creating new routes with economic sustainability
14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Welcome and perspectives: women’s participation in the global aviation industry
14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: Business aviation’s relationship with economic development: efficiency metrics to demonstrate increased productivity and connectivity in distant, hard-to-reach regions
14:00 - 15:00
Opening: How technology can transform the aerospace industry and the air transport market

– Digital solutions for knowledge management in technological projects
– Development to ecosystems of startups
– How to build a network of intrapreneurs to take the ideas from the paper

14:00 - 14:30
Panel 1: Pavement, signaling and track lighting – New pavement technologies: SMA; improvement in the level of friction and drainage, among others

– Signaling: High-strength paint and performance; elastomers and polymers; plates and panels indicating orientation and position
– Lane lighting: light intensity checking equipment; LED beacon lights; photovoltaic energy for track marking

14:30 - 15:00
Panel 2: Cleaning, preservation of the lane, fauna, environment and ground – Cleaning and preservation of landing and departure lane: operational inspection, identification and collect of possible FOD; sweeping equipment for patios and lanes; measurement and evaluation of the level of friction of the landing lane floor; rubber lane removal equipment

– Fauna management: control and management; maintenance of green areas; artificial lawn
– Fire Station (SCI): reuse of water from the daily tests of the ICC; Rainwater harvesting for the fire-fighting tank system
– Control and movement of ground: ground radar and synoptic frame

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Transformations in the global value chain and opportunities in Brazil
15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: What are the projects of the Brazilian Space sector
15:00 - 15:30
Panel 3: Docking systems and bridges – Aircraft docking system: Doc System

– Boarding bridges: ramp facilities in the attendance of the aircraft (400 Hz and Air Conditioning, etc.); boarding and departure passengers in the terminal and in remote position (Bridge and link)

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Brazilian and Latin American women in aviation
15:00 - 16:00
WORKSHOP SECURITY – Panel 2:
15:00 - 15:20
Open Talks Sita | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Shared mobility is already a reality in Brazil and in the world. How to bring the same concept to aviation and expand the use of sharing?
15:20 - 15:40
Open Talks Accenture | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
15:30 - 16:00
Panel 4: Accessibility, transport of people and luggage – Articulated and pantographic buses

– Access equipment: ambulift, platform, elevator, etc.
– Baggage Handling and Transportation System (STMB)
– Automated mats: Control of movement; safety inspection

15:40 - 16:00
Open Talks Amadeus | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
16:00 - 17:30
PANEL 2: Airlines and their impact on the region’s tourism potential
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Policies for the supply chain and requirements for internationalization
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: During the II Uber Elevate Annual Meeting held in 2018, the world’s first urban aviation network was presented. In Brazil, Voom, a company that offers on-demand helicopter services, completes two years of operation. How to demystify executive aviation as a luxury transportation and integrate it into the logic of urban mobility?
16:00 - 17:00
WORKSHOP SECURITY – Panel 3:
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: Success Cases: the partnership between the development institution and the companies of the space sector
16:00 - 17:00
Panel 3: BRAZIL CHAPTER: Why and how to participate?
16:30 - 17:00
Spotlight talks: Trends for aviation future
17:00 - 17:20
Open Talks Google | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
17:00 - 18:00
(Português do Brasil) REUNIÃO DE ALINHAMENTO DO CAPÍTULO BRASILEIRO
17:20 - 17:40
Open Talks | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
• STAGE: INNOVATION TERMINAL 7
• STAGE: TERMINAL 5 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 4 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 1 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 6 ARENA
• STAGE: TERMINAL 3 ARENA
• STAGE: IBAS TERMINAL 8
• STAGE: TERMINAL 2 ARENA
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GENERAL AVIATION: MODERNIZATION OF THE SECTOR FOR ITS FULL DEVELOPMENT

The last years were of great challenges for the general aviation in Brazil that, in spite of the economic slowdown that affected the segment, it was possible to reach a significant growth; in 2014, the fleet of general aviation aircraft grew by 3%, reaching 15,120 aircraft, according to data published in the Brazilian General Aviation Yearbook 2015. However, it is necessary to modernize public policies, focusing on operational safety, efficiency and effectiveness gains , people management and compliance. How to simplify the processes and procedures performed by pilots? How to solve the current obstacles of the infrastructure for the sector? How to facilitate the clearance of regulatory, administrative and customs processes of the segment?

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DRONES

Unmanned aircraft, or drones, are a rapidly evolving aviation sector with great potential for job creation and economic growth worldwide. However, as the use of drones becomes widespread, there is also a need to balance the advantages and challenges inherent in them. For example, unmanned aircraft can generate added value when used in collecting and interpreting data in different sectors of the economy. But drones can also raise liability issues in terms of data protection, privacy, noise and CO2 emissions. What is the stage of regulation and use of drones in Brazil?

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AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGIES – LAND SIDE

What innovative technologies are available to improve Brazilian airports? In the second part of the seminar we will present the available technologies to the land side of the airport.

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AVIATION LAW

In recent years the aviation industry has experienced a significant change from numerous mergers, acquisitions and alliances, and the sector in Latin America is also undergoing the same transformation. What is the economic context of Latin America in this market? What are the growth prospects? What are the opportunities for access to capital, financing and other possible resource lines for the sector in the region?

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AIR LAB INNOVATION AIR TRANSPORT

Innovation has always been in the DNA of aviation, but in recent years the industry is experiencing a data tsunami that is fundamentally changing industry, flight operations, technical operations, and customer engagement. Digitization, robotization, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, big data, internet of things, drones, biotechnology and other trends are leading to a radical change in the structure of markets and society itself. Professionals urgently need to face the challenge of accessing these new technologies as an imminent issue of survival and as an opportunity for expansion. Crafting solutions from innovation networks, open innovation and high impact entrepreneurship becomes crucial to the aerospace industry.

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IT & AUTOMATION WORKSHOP

The world undergoes a constant digital transformation. With increased passenger expectations and rapid changes in technology, how can aviation follow this evolution by incorporating the innovations and technologies available in favor of its business and passengers? How is aviation in Latin America benefiting from these innovations?

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AVIATION EDUCATION – SOON

The 1st Brazilian Yearbook of Human Resources for Civil Aviation analyzed the work capacity and current level of education of human resources in Brazil and the results showed that it is necessary to invest in the training of labor for the sector. What are the strategic and tactical measures to generate positive short-and long-term results for the aviation industry?

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AIR CARGO – SOON

The advantages associated with air freight transport cause this type of transport to have a greater value perceived by its users compared to the terrestrial, maritime and rail modalities. In Brazil, after three years of negative impact on the economic scenario, this market began to recover, registering a good result in the scope of international flights, according to the study ABEAR Panorama. What are the sector’s prospects in the coming years?

09:00 - 10:00
AVIATION EDUCATION – Panel 1:
09:00 - 10:00
Panel 1: The importance of simplifying procedures to ensure the development of general aviation

– How to create a clear definition to favor the creation of specific public policies for the sector?
– How does the aeronautical registry work and what are its mechanisms
– How to create a simplified system and which actors involved

09:00 - 10:00
SPOTLIGHT: According to Air Transport IT Insights of 2018, the blockchain offers multiple use cases ranging from passenger identification to ticketing, asset tracking and frequent flyer program management. What are the challenges for implementation?

– Case ANAC in the blockchain use
– Use of airports and airlines

09:00 - 10:00
Panel 1: Acquisitions and alliances in Latin America

– Risk assessment and management
– Latin American market opportunities
– Regional aviation in the context of acquisitions and alliances

09:00 - 09:30
Panel 5: Wayfinding, vehicle control and passenger information- Signage and Advertising: Passenger Information

– Vehicle Parking Control System: Indicative of number of places and free space
– WiFi: Access and facilitation
– Passenger Information Applications

09:00 - 10:00
Panel 1: The regulation of the use of drones in Brazil brought gains for the development of civil aviation and greater flight safety. However, drones evolve rapidly and bring new regulatory challenges to increasingly complex operations. What are the challenges for regulation in Brazil?
09:00 - 10:00
Opening: How the search for innovative solutions can transform air transport

– Digital solutions for knowledge management in technological projects
– Development to ecosystems of startups
– How to build a network of intrapreneurs to take the ideas from the paper

09:00 - 10:00
AIR CARGO – Panel 1:
09:30 - 10:00
Panel 6: Technologies for handling and security in luggage control – Bag Drop System (Self-Service): Passenger Equipment and Facility

– Automation and Time Measurement: Queue Behavior; Return of Luggage
– Aviation Safety Inspection Systems: Passengers and Luggage

10:00 - 11:00
Panel 2: The opening of the Brazilian aviation market to foreign investors

– Opportunities and risks
– The opening of the Brazilian aviation market to foreign investors

10:00 - 11:00
AIR CARGO – Panel 2:
10:00 - 11:00
Panel 2: Security risk management, governance and accountability

– Accidents and incidents
– Proactive Security Management

10:00 - 10:30
Panel 7: Available technologies for passengers processing – E-Gates implantation: Migratory Self-Service

– Biometric Identification System: Follow-up, Agility and Traceability
– Processes, Management and Integrated System

10:00 - 11:00
Panel 2: Passenger automation in the digital age

– Technological trends and innovations
– Strategies to transform the passenger experience into business opportunities

10:00 - 10:20
Open Talks Gol | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
10:00 - 11:00
AVIATION EDUCATION – Panel 2:
10:00 - 11:00
Panel 2: Operational safety in the use of drones in Brazil is fundamental to their use, since misuse can paralyze landing operations and bring risks to people. How to move forward in controlling the use of drones in hazardous areas?
10:20 - 10:40
Open Talks GRU Airport | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
10:30 - 11:00
| Panel 8: Air Cargo and Electric Power – Air Cargo Terminal: Security Systems; Automated Control

– Generation and Supply of Electricity: Photovoltaic Energy; Monitoring and Control System with the Concessionaire

10:40 - 11:00
Open Talks DECEA | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
11:00 - 12:00
Panel 3: Opportunities, risks and challenges in the Latin American market

– Macroeconomic view of Brazil
– Open skies agreement: advantages for the air transport sector and for users of the service and preventive measures for market protection and competition protection

11:00 - 12:00
Panel 3: Disruptive technologies that will change aviation in the coming years

– Big data and the Internet of things
– The biometry evolution

11:00 - 12:00
AIR CARGO – Panel 3:
11:00 - 12:00
Panel 3: Air mobility, drones, EVTOL: How Brazil is preparing for the new trends that will change the scenario of urban mobility in the world
11:00 - 12:00
AVIATION EDUCATION – Panel 3:
11:00 - 12:00
Panel 3: Trends for general aviation

– What could change in Latin America based on best international practices?
– New technologies for general aviation
– Simplified system of operators for the import of aeronautical parts and components

11:30 - 12:00
Spotlight talks: What the passenger expects of the mobility on century XXI
12:00 - 12:20
Open Talks Azul | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
12:20 - 12:40
Open Talks Expedia | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases
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