Rethinking Air Traffic Management

The Power of Platforms
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The FAA’s planned upgrade of the nation’s air traffic control system – collectively known as NextGen – is a an extremely complex and expensive undertaking. From the beginning, the FAA has understood that it will succeed only by harnessing the resources and innovations of the private sector – companies like PASSUR, which are building air traffic management solutions that are already being used by airlines and airports to improve on-time arrival and manage the flow of traffic at major airports. We’ll hear from Jim Barry, the CEO of PASSUR Aerospace, on how they are using predictive modeling based on massive amounts of airline data to improve airlines, airports, corporate aviation, and the U.S. government.

PASSUR is a leader in aviation business intelligence, providing cost saving and security solutions to over 50 airports (including 10 of the top 15 North American airports), most major airlines (including 6 of the top 7 North American airlines as well as the top five hub airlines), more than 200 business aviation organizations, and the U.S. Government. PASSUR is focused on reducing the multi-billion dollar costs related to the structural and operational inefficiencies of the National Air System (NAS) in the US and abroad, including aviation delays and cancellations, as well as improving the safety and security of the airspace. PASSUR data and software solutions are powered by a unique, independent network of over 140 company -owned airspace surveillance systems, and include integrated aviation databases, predictive analytics, decision support software, and performance reporting and analysis solutions.

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James T. Barry

PASSUR Aerospace

Mr. Barry is the President & CEO of PASSUR Aerospace. Prior to joining
PASSUR, Jim was the Vice President of Marketing and Technology for DIANON
Systems – a health care technology company. Prior to DIANON, Jim was an
officer in the United States Marine Corps.

PASSUR Aerospace (passur.com)

PASSUR is a leader in aviation business intelligence, providing cost saving and security solutions to over 50 airports (including 10 of the top 15 North American airports), most major airlines (including 6 of the top 7 North American airlines as well as the top five hub airlines), more than 200 business aviation organizations, and the U.S. Government. PASSUR is focused on reducing the multi-billion dollar costs related to the structural and operational inefficiencies of the National Air System (NAS) in the US and abroad, including aviation delays and cancellations, as well as improving the safety and security of the airspace. PASSUR data and software solutions are powered by a unique, independent network of over 140 company -owned airspace surveillance systems, and include integrated aviation databases, predictive analytics, decision support software, and performance reporting and analysis solutions.

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