Isabel del Pozo de Poza has over 10 year experience in the ATM field. She started working at Boeing Research & Technology Europe (BR&TE) participating in common initiatives between NextGen and SESAR, supporting the trajectory based operation concept on both ATM modernization programmes. Isabel holds a PhD addressing the “Assessment of Fairness and Equity in Trajectory Based Air Traffic Management”. She joined Airbus Helicopters in 2013 were she acted as an Expert and in the field of ATM and Civil Operations and Head of Department for Mission Management. She leads the ATM/UTM roadmap within Airbus and heads the Airspace Management team working on UTM solutions and services to support the integration of autonomous and digital operations in our airspace.
Keynote: The challenge of Multimodality & City Integration
New ways of transportation, whether for goods or passenger, are rising aiming at operating not only in rural areas but mainly accessing airspace above populated and dense populated areas. Those new ways of mobility need to be connected to the rest of the mobility network on surface and subsurface. It is Forseen that the rump up of operation can only take place with the proper traffic services in place. So how do we integrate this new operations with the rest of the mobility network, how to we secure the Multimodality, how do we provision new traffic services for those new operations, more automated and very localised, how do we achieve city integration. All those are key questions that have to be answered to enable the new emerging business cases.