Showcase of Electronic Tools 2013 (SET13) 2014-07-11 09:37:11.982285 /admin
In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of electronic tools available to aviation regulators to assist them in performing their responsibilities as part of the international civil aviation community. Many of these tools have been developed and/or used by Member States, some of which have shared those tools with other States. The trend of developing, using and sharing electronic tools is expected to grow.

This ICAO Showcase will provide insight into these developments through presentations and demonstrations of electronic tools by Member States and ICAO. It will also present a networking and knowledge-sharing opportunity through which participants can share best practices and lessons learned.

SET-13 Agenda

09:00 – 09:15
Opening
ICAO HQ

09:15 – 10:30
Regulatory Tools
· Saudi Arabia - Aviation Regulatory System [ARS] by Team Askin Technologies Inc [TATI]
Steve Askin
· France – EMPIC-EAP by OSAC - EMPIC GmbH
Georges Bambara

10:30 – 10:45
Coffee Break

10:45 – 12:30
Regulatory Tools (Cont’d)
· Bahamas - Civil Aviation Safety Oversight Report & Tracking [CASORT]
Gary Perkins
· Republic of Korea - SARPs Management and Implementation System [SMIS] and Safety Oversight Management System [SOMS] by Office of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Land and Infrastructure and Transport
Yool Kim

· United Kingdom - e-Examination, e-Licensing, SAFA App by CAA International
Richard Ward

12:30 – 13:30
Lunch

13:30 – 14:45
Reporting and Analytic Tools

· France - Timeplot by CFH – SD
Dr. Nikola Tulechki

· Germany – SOFIA by EASA
TBD

14:45 – 15:15
Coffee Break

15:15 – 17:00
Data Exchange Model and Collaboration

· ICAO – A Vision for Aviation Electronic Tools
ICAO HQ
· Master Class for Open Exchange Model by EUROCONTROL
TBD
· Republic of Korea - Exchange Model by Office of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Land and Infrastructure and Transport
Yool Kim

Regulatory Tools
Objective: To demonstrate how automation is already assisting regulators with their obligations. Presenters will demonstrate existing tools used by ICAO members States to carry out their various oversight functions.

Reporting and Analytic Tools
Objective: To get attendees excited about some aviation regulatory applications that are used to implement the data-heavy components of new analytic methods required of modern aviation regulatory approaches. This can cover such things as risk analysis in support of safety management, to cost benefit business case studies to ensure the right selection of new technologies.

Data Exchange Model and Collaboration
Objective: To introduce the open-format approach to data required by regulators for international civil aviation purposes and to demonstrate the power of data exchange.