The concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is nothing new. It has had different meanings and has appeared in various contexts, from science-fiction movies to virtual assistants integrated within smartphones. It was first defined in 1959 as “the ability to learn … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: from hype to reality
ALG continues to support the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in the implementation of its international cooperation activities, as part of the framework of the awarded Consortium (comprised of ALG, NTU, IATA Consulting, Bureau Veritas and Sofreco). The latest training … Continue reading ALG supports EASA in the implementation of a CNS training course within the EU-China APP programme
The Channel Tunnel is 50.5 km-long railway tunnel under the English Channel, linking Folkestone in Kent (UK) with Coquelles in Pas de Calais (France), operated by Eurotunnel under a concession from the British and French Governments that runs until 2086. … Continue reading The Channel Tunnel. Success or failure?
Most African railways have suffered a strong decline during the last decades … Railway transport is a mature industry in the developed world which is experiencing a remarkable comeback after a period of decline. The rediscovered allure of railways is … Continue reading Rail Infrastructure in Africa
“Know what you own, and know why you own it.” Peter Lynch Introduction Inventory management is the system of keeping tabs on the goods available and sold, so that one is never out of materials required. Inventory management is a complex and … Continue reading ROI on footprint and warehouse design for inventory optimization along the Supply Chain
“Know what you own, and know why you own it.” Peter Lynch Introduction As it was shown in a previous release, inventory management has become a complex and time consuming process. Hence, the attention paid to it varies among industries, but … Continue reading Replenishment policies and data analytics as a source of competitive edge in inventory management
Background Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), more popularly known as drones, are increasingly flying in our skies due to the rapid development of enabling technologies and the increasing number of services they can deliver. Leisure drones alone are estimated to … Continue reading Civil drones, the new inhabitants of our skies: what are the main challenges and opportunities for the European aviation players?
European multicultural and international context is its own signature. Europe benefits from a high-diversified pool of countries with different cultures, necessities and strengths, which overall constitutes a solid environment for development and research. These factors lead Europe to a unique … Continue reading European defragmentation through a single, harmonised and interoperable surveillance framework
In the area of safety, our latest publication since ISSUE 4 is a White Paper that goes deeper into the ‘Safety Intelligence Initiative’ concept for aviation-which primarily focuses on the implementation of Advanced Safety Management Systems. This White Paper also provides … Continue reading Safety Intelligence Initiative – A White Paper to face the initial obstacles for the successful implementation of Advanced Safety Management Systems