Teller Report

Now you can see non-English news...

World Aviation Safety Summit to be held in Dubai next December

2019-10-20T22:08:43.846Z

Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DACA) has announced the hosting of the 7th World Aviation Safety Summit in Dubai on December 9 and 10, 2019, which will discuss the positive impact of growing data analysis and programming technologies within the aviation industry, as well as the importance of



Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DACA) has announced that the 7th edition of the World Aviation Safety Summit will be held in Dubai on December 9 and 10, 2019, which will discuss the positive impact of growing data analysis and programming technologies within the aviation industry, as well as the importance of using and managing data in responding to situations. Emergency.

In a statement yesterday, the Authority said that the leaders of the sector participating in the summit will provide the latest trends in the collection, analysis and sharing of safety data and the level of development around the world, in addition to their assessment of the importance of analyzing millions of data on board aircraft, which contribute to the successful prevention of accidents Ensure effective threat and risk management.

Khalid Al Aref, Executive Director of the Aviation Safety and Environment Sector at the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, said that the 7th World Aviation Safety Summit provides a platform for industry professionals to explore the latest developments in digital technology, big data and predictive safety, which is rapidly evolving. It calls for an understanding of how to use them, ensuring the highest levels of safety in the sector.

The latest statistics of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), showed a decrease in the rate of accidents during 2018 compared to the previous five years, except for 2017, which witnessed many accidents and was not normal at all, according to industry standards, as IATA statistics confirmed the continuation of operations Improved long-term safety standards.

Source: emara

You may like

News/Politics 2019-10-23T03:06:34.749Z

Trends 24h

Business 2019-11-21T13:31:40.108Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy