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Olympia London | 11-12 June 2019


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The Operations, Sustainability & Supply Chain Conference Agenda


Tuesday 11th June 2019 - Day 1

| Tuesday 11th June 10:00 - 10:15

Airport Operations Angled Presentation

“Delivering operational efficiency and commercial and service excellence for airports and their airline/customers”

Strategic Director, Aviation Services
Samantha O’Dwyer

Strategic Director, Aviation Services
Wilson James

O’Dwyer’s previous experience:
  • British Airways: ‘Future Size and Shape’ project at Gatwick
  • British Airways: Pier 5 Gatwick requirements, including CUTE pricing
  • Gatwick Airport: Capital plan for Q5 and Q6
  • Gatwick Airport: Q5 Regulatory Compliance

| Tuesday 11th June 10:15 - 10:30

What are the sustainability lessons from other sectors? Are they truly transplantable to the airports sector?

Managing Consultant
Neal Mehta

Managing Consultant
ICF


| Tuesday 11th June 10:30 - 10:45

Sustainability Angled Presentation

Title: TBC

Business Manager
John Goodall

Business Manager
Veolia



10:45 - 11:30
Coffee Break on the EXPO Floor
| Tuesday 11th June 11:30 - 12:30

Supply Chain Special Briefing – Joint Presentation

Procurement – what it takes to succeed and deliver Heathrow Airport’s non-Expansion projects. Including a Live Poll

Senior Project Manager – Development
Chris Thompson

Senior Project Manager – Development
Heathrow Airport


With

Commercial Manager - Finance
Paul Doherty

Commercial Manager - Finance
Heathrow Airport



12:30 - 14:30
Lunch on the EXPO Floor
| Tuesday 11th June 14:30 - 16:30

The Specialist Sustainability Panel: "The Decarbonised Future of Surface Access to Airports"

Moderator

Technical and Policy Manager
Milda Manomaityte

Technical and Policy Manager
Railway Industry Association


Chief Executive
Graham Cross

Chief Executive
Heathrow Southern Railway

Surface Access Director
Tony Caccavone

Surface Access Director
Heathrow

Deputy Director, Rail, Commercial and Communities - Heathrow Expansion Programme
Cathy Miller

Deputy Director, Rail, Commercial and Communities - Heathrow Expansion Programme
Department for Transport

Group Head Regeneration and Growth
Heather Morgan

Group Head Regeneration and Growth
Spelthorne Borough Council

Head of Strategy – Surface Access
Alexander Roy

Head of Strategy – Surface Access
MAG


| Tuesday 11th June 15:00 - 16:30

Annual General Meeting of Regional & Business Airports Group (RABA = 40 UK and Dependencies airports)

Wednesday 12th June - Day 2

| Wednesday 12th June 09:30 - 10:00

Keynote Speech: Airport Operations (title TBC)

Chief Operations Officer
Brad Miller

Chief Operations Officer
Manchester Airport


| Wednesday 12th June 10:00 - 11:15

Producing an effective and proportionate winter services programme devised by the whole community of stakeholders – airline, airport, provider

Working Together, the Community Approach

Ground Operations – Winter Operations Manager
Ernie Carter

Ground Operations – Winter Operations Manager
easyJet

Head of Airside
Liam Bolger

Head of Airside
London Luton Airport

Andrew Hook

Director
Europe Integrated De-icing Service UK



11:15 - 11:30
Coffee Break on the EXPO Floor
| Wednesday 12th June 11:30 - 11:50

The Remote Tower Workshop

The Channel Islands Remote Tower Case Study: Jersey Airport’s Remote Tower System (RTS) if for its own operational use, but also serves as a demonstrator for Frequentis


Business Development Manager
Pam Laycock

Business Development Manager
Ports of Jersey

Peter Moore

ATCO/ANS Development Manager
Ports of Jersey


| Wednesday 12th June 11:50 - 13:00

Digital Towers – Which way forward?

Moderator

Director ATM
Niall Greenwood

Director ATM
Baines Simmons


VP Development & Governmental Affairs
Niclas Gustavsson

VP Development & Governmental Affairs
Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions, SDATS

Managing Director
Wolfgang Hatzack

Managing Director
ATRiCS

Head of ATM
Neil Bowles

Head of ATM
Searidge Technologies

Head of Programmes & Development
Paul Diestelkamp

Head of Programmes & Development
Air Navigation Solutions Ltd



13:00 - 14:00
Lunch on the EXPO Floor
| Wednesday 12th June 14:00 - 14:15

Data-driven KPIs in bird hazard management

How airports are moving towards measuring real risk – and not just recorded bird strikes

CEO
Siete Hamminga

CEO
Robin Radar Systems BV

  • There is no global consensus on what defines a ‘bird strike’.
  • Counting bird strikes around airports is generally the basis for indicating performance, although the difference between a near-miss and an actual bird strike is pretty much luck.
  • An increase in bird strikes may reflect better reporting rather than a real physical increase.
  • This paper show how airports are moving towards the next-generation of bird hazard Key Performance Indicators by combining cutting-edge avian radars with new data analysis tools to enable objective measurement of real bird strike risk.

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