Today’s smart aircraft are capable of generating more aircraft and engine
information than ever before. Even in the COVID-19 world, it’s likely that this
increase in ACARS data volume will continue.
This webinar will explore significant improvements in the use of data-link
communications – and what this means for ANSPs and airlines.
In this free webinar, you will learn:
- How to maximize and extend the value of VHF for ops-critical AOC and
safety services CPDLC
- How ongoing investments in VHF for safety and ops-critical AOC can
continue to drive fuel savings and airspace-use efficiencies
- Cost-effective solutions to collaboratively preserve the valuable,
protected VHF safety service spectrum and derive long-term benefits
- About next-generation initiatives that leverage VHF and other emerging
communications technologies such as ACARS over IP (AoIP), Advanced VDL
(A-VDL) and Internet Protocol Suite (IPS)
About the speaker - Dan Pendergast
Dan has more than 30 years of business and technical experience with Collins
Aerospace. He has held a wide variety of management and technical positions.
They range from his current responsibility of heading Collins Aerospace
Commercial Aviation and Network Services Flight Deck Connectivity Services to
leading our airlines-related business in the Asia-Pacific region. He has been a
key player in many Collins Aerospace initiatives, from e-enabled aircraft
solution products to Collins ARINC GLOBALink℠ service to global engineering and
program support for Collins ARINC worldwide data-link services.
Dan received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from the Catholic
University of America in 1984 and a master’s degree in Engineering Management
from the University of Dayton in 1988. He is also a graduate of the United
States Air Force Air War College and Air Command Staff College. He served in the
United States Air Force on active duty, supporting Air Force Special Operations
flight test engineering activities throughout the world for four years.
Following his active duty, Dan joined the United States Air Force Reserves and
achieved the rank of colonel.
For more information, please contact us at [email protected]