How to cope with the global pilot shortage? How could the aviation industry use better today’s technologies to massively improve pilots’ performances? How to make the sky safer while air traffic is booming and more and more pilots need to get trained quicker and quicker?

Let’s discuss these subjects with this new blog… to make the sky safer, together!

Flight data for pilots: a great plus to enhance flight safety

In this new blog article for the opening day if EATS 2019, Captain Pierre is exploring further why some pilots develop own techniques which get sometimes out of the SOPs or present a risk. He explains how Evidence Based Training (EBT) can be linked to flight data animation.

“Digital Age Debriefing 2.0”: How to consequently improve the quality of debriefing

In this new blog article, Pierre is completing his concept of "Digital Age Debriefing 2.0". There is a revolution to be started for better trained pilots, who need in the current context a real experience accelerator – thanks to animations. Let's discuss before EATS 2019!
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Is there a pilot onboard the plane?

In this article, Captain Wannaz expresses his point of view on an article published in Forbes last month, explaining the ins and outs of single-pilot aircraft.

Fill in your Electronic Flight Bag!

 To continue with the ins and outs of digitalization in aviation, the 3rd article of Captain Pierre Wannaz  for the opening day of APATS 2019 proposes ways of improvement through the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) which represents a great potential of enhancement for pilots’ performances.

Big data for pilots: how to exploit all the potential of this source of information to make it a real game changer in pilots’ awareness and performance improvement

For this article of Captain Pierre Wannaz from the 3rd blog series "a pilot's view" placed under the general theme of digitalization in aviation, Pierre completed and renewed some aspects of his article about big data.