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Cyber security, challenges faced by air traffic safety electronics specialists, and exchange in best practice were predominant themes at the European Region’s IFATSEA (International Federation of Air Traffic Safety Electronics Associations) meeting which took place in the town of Budva, Montenegro.
In the IFATSEA event, representatives of more than 20 European countries discussed latest aviation technologies, innovative projects under implementation by the air navigation service providers’ (ANSPs) companies, and challenges which the air traffic safety electronics specialists had to face while organising training and developing new training programmes.
In the event addressed to ANSPs, Lithuania was represented by employees of State Enterprise Oro navigacija: Chief of Security Division Žygimantas Jakonis, and Strategic Development Manager Tomas Tamašauskas. They presented projects under implementation by the enterprise in the sphere of services as well as safety and security.
Lithuanian representatives have reported on the cybersecurity equipment installed in the data transmission networks of SE Oro navigacija, the smoothly operating quality management system consistent with the international standards, the training course on information protection regularly organised for employees, and close collaboration with the National Cyber Security Centre.
At the meeting special knowledge was obtained from ANSPs of other countries, representatives of which exchanged information on innovative techniques for providing flight safety, increasing performance efficiency, and helping employees overcome the challenges posed by stress and fatigue.
In the event, exchanging their best practice together with Lithuanians, were the air traffic safety electronics specialists from 21 European countries: sixteen EU member states, and five non-EU states of the Old Continent.
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