A rough guide to A-CDM

At aeriaA we are trying to address the A-CDM concept from several points of view, interviews at Meet the Expert's Airtalks interviews (see the Airtalk with the authors of the TITAN Project book, and with…

New Iberia's livery.

Quo Vadis Iberia?

  It is really ironic that this question could be formulated by any Hispania's roman centurion more than 2.000 years ago. Cartago established on the Hispania's east coast and promote the commerce of mineral deposits…

A glider ready for taxiing. Image credit: Pedro Garcia.

On learning to fly (Gliding)

  aeriaA as a website about aviation tries to cover all the topics. But there is one basic topic that is the primary reason of writing about airports, technologies applied to them, aviation history, interviews…

D21 illustration by Lou Drendel. www.aviation-art.net

On the beginnings of drones

1962, one of the Cold War's Milestones, the Cuban's Missiles Crisis and the Blockade, John Glenn the first american orbited the Earth in the NASA's Mercury Program, Neil Armstrong as a test pilot, among others,…

Physical - Digital Interoperability. New services and products opportunities. Credit: Pedro Garcia.

On the new Airport’s Digital Level (ACRIS)

Airport Passenger's centric, new revenues paths, more cooperation between the main airport's stakeholders (airlines, airport, ground handling, ATC...) in order to improve the punctuality and service, external 3rd party apps, new huge and modern terminals,…

State-of-the-Art of the ICT Technologies applied to Airports. Author: Pedro Garcia Fernandez. Editor: Isdefe www.isdefe.es

On the State-of-the-Art Integration, BPM and CEP on…

The past 6th of june, at the Aeronautics and Space College (EIAE) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. UPM (Spain), my book titled, "State of-the-Art of IT technologies applied to Airports", published by Isdefe, were presented (spanish language…