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One AIM for Europe Symposium

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Published on May 25, 2012

A new and radical approach to providing aeronautical information was announced by EUROCONTROL in March 2002 during the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) Symposium.
The Symposium, entitled "One AIM for Europe" examined the current and future role of aeronautical information in the context of CNS/ATM.
With the objective to achieve ever higher levels of safety, speakers from Europe and around the world confirmed that Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) users needed high quality aeronautical information to be processed and delivered more quickly to the customer using electronic media. Other speakers outlined emerging technologies that are paving the way to new and innovative ways to originate, process, publish, integrate and use aeronautical information.
EUROCONTROL outlined the "AIM Strategy for the years 2000+". The Strategy sets out the transition from paper product based AIS to the provision and management of AIM tailored to meet end-user needs. The goal: "To achieve a uniform and efficient Aeronautical Information management structure, within the framework of 'system-wide management of information', to support all phases of flight". We are pleased to share with you some of videos and animations. They are, however, subject to specific terms and conditions of use. All images and visuals may be used: only in unaltered form, for personal, non-commercial purposes and with proper acknowledgements (© Courtesy of EUROCONTROL). Any other use is subject to our prior written authorisation and must include the aforementioned proper acknowledgements. For such requests, please contact our Press office at press@eurocontrol.int.

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