Runway Safety Conference Material

Presentations and other relevant runway safety conference material

Runway Incursion Seminar 15-16 November 2011

The CAA and NATS recently hosted a Runway Incursion seminar at the University of Warwick on the 15 and 16 November. The purpose of the seminar was to highlight some of the current aerodrome initiatives taking place to reduce runway incursions and to look at aerodrome technology available to warn of potential runway incursions. The seminar was attended by a cross-section of industry including representatives from aerodromes, air navigation service providers and airlines. The presentations from the seminar can be downloaded from the links below.

Conference Material

Introduction and NATS overview

Steve Williamson, Director of Safety NATS Services

UK perspective from the CAA

Kirsten Riensema, Acting Head of Aerodromes and Air Traffic Standards Division, Civil Aviation Authority

A view from the flightdeck

Captain Ian Mattimoe, Corporate Head of Safety, Security and Quality, bmi

The operation of 24hr Stop bars ... and other experiences

Simon Butterworth,
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Director, Manchester Airport Group

Project X-ray

Jez Daniels, Head of Safety and Compliance, Bristol Airport

Preventing Runway Incursions

Yvonne Page, Project Manager, EUROCONTROL

ADB presentation

Thomas Kamm, ADB airfield solutions

Smart prevention of runway incursions

Stephen Williams–White, ATG

Safety Net Improvements When Integrating AFL/A-SMGCS/E-Strip

Roy Bolwede,
Safegate