Emu exhibits at the ICAO Innovation Fair 2024

March 21, 2024

Team Emu exhibited at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)'s Innovation Fair in Montreal, showcasing our innovative Digital Twin solutions for airspace operators, airlines, and airports, and connecting with industry leaders in the aviation sector.

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Last week marked a significant moment for Emu Analytics as we had the privilege of participating in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)'s Innovation Fair held in Montreal. This event served as a pivotal platform for industry leaders across the aviation industry to come together to discuss the transformative potential of digital technologies within aviation.

Representing Team Emu, Richard Vilton and Martine Skaret showcased our cutting-edge digital twin software solution, Flo.w, specifically designed for airlines, airports but with a focus on the airspace management and regulation work we are doing with the UK's Civil Aviation Authority.

Over the course of the 3 day long Innovation Fair, we had the chance to meet with representatives from states, the private and public sector, UN agencies and more to share how our  software is transforming how planners and regulators are measuring and monitoring the movement of aircraft through airspace structures, to enable better-informed decision-making for future airspace.

We were also proud to have the chance to demonstrate our software to President Salvatore Sciacchitano and Secretary General Juan Carlos Salazar of the ICAO Council, to share how our software is contributing to advancing aviation globally.

President Salvatore Sciacchitano and Secretary General Juan Carlos Salazar of the ICAO Council visited our stand.

A highlight of our participation was Richard Vilton's involvement in a panel discussion alongside esteemed experts like Lynette DuJohn from Vancouver Airport, Robert Freitag from Nav Canada, John Gradek from McGill University, and Jia Xu from Skygrid. This panel discussed the exciting possibilities offered by digital twin technology in enhancing various facets of aviation operations, underscoring its significance in shaping the industry's future.

We extend a thank you to our fellow panelists for their insightful contributions to the discussions on digital twin technology. As well as to the ICAO event organisers, particularly Alexandra Paré, Chrystelle Damar, and the entire team, for orchestrating a seamless and exceptional event that provided Emu Analytics with a platform to showcase our solutions.