Independent Business Group and Green Flyway welcome you to the seminar: Infrastructure and planning of the Lower Airspace the 17th of September.
A day full with exciting news and future perspectives by experts in the field!
The Swedish and Norwegian event take place at Frösö Park Östersund, Sweden and digital.
The seminar take place at beautiful Frösö Park, Östersund, Sweden and digital.
Kim Silander, Independent Business Group (IBG)
The transport and communication infrastructure of the future.
Patrik Thollander, Gävle University
Goods deliveries from an infrastructure, energy and climate point of view.
Christian Øgaarden, Avinor
Experiences from the implementation of UTM 1.0 in Norway and Avinor’s drone work.
Niclas Gustavsson, SAAB Group
Digital airspace control systems.
Jean-Mari Skoglund, Swedish Transport Administration
Renaissance of regional aviation?
Roger Li, Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV)
LFV’s work with the implementation of U-space in Sweden.
Ulrika Appelberg, Swedish municipalities and regions (SKR)
Responsibilities of municipalities and regions and control over airspace and aviation infrastructure.
Thomas Nylund, Gävle University
Municipal and regional spatial planning for the lower airspace.
Christoffer Massinger, Swedish Transport Agency
Implementation of U-space Sweden.
Eric Lithun, Elfly AS
Electric amphibious planes, new opportunities, old design.
Herman Øie Kolden, Aviant
Experiences from blood sample transports in Tröndelag and Jämtland.
Ulf Rudebark, Business Sweden
Increased attractiveness for foreign establishments.
Tor O Iversen, Green Flyway
Roles and responsibilities of authorities in Norway
Fredrik Jaresved, Swedavia
Aviation in the green transition.
Jonas Stjernberg, Robots expert Finland LTD
Manned and unmanned flight in secure coexistence: Developments in Finland.
Christoffer Lewandowski, Heart Aerospace
Electric regional flight 2026.
Malcolm Lundgren, The Swedish Transport Administration
Sustainable air mobility in the project AiRMOUR.
Fredrik Kämpfe, The Swedish Confederation of Transport Enterprises
A new-old Swede aviation industry with large ambitions.
Program runs between 08.00 to 15.30 with one hour lunch.
Bo Svensson, chairman of the municipal board in Östersund, welcomes.
Hans Siljebäck, IBG, and Anne Sörensson, Green Flyway, present the purpose and structure of the day.
Presentation of Green Flyway.
Handover to today’s moderators, Hilda Hultén, Dagens Logistik and Hans Dunder, Green Flyway.
08:20 WHAT HAPPENS NOW AND IN THE AIR SPACE OF THE FUTURE
09:35 PANEL: NORDICS IN THE WORLD
The difference between Nordic countries? Success and success factors? How can we learn from each other?
Can the Nordic region become a global leader in airspace development?
The lecturers above participate in the panel.
10:00-10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:20 ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF AUTHORITIES: CURRENT SITUATION AND FUTURE
Tor O Iversen
10:55-11.00: SHORT BREAK
11:00 THE DEVELOPMENT NEEDS OF MUNICIPALITIES AND REGIONS
11:40 PANEL: RESPONSIBILITIES, ROLES AND LIMITS
Who is responsible for what at present? What does it need to look like in the future is it about demarcation? Roles, responsibilities and resources? What needs to be developed in terms of infrastructure and technology? Rules and permits? What instruments and resources are needed?
The lecturers above participate in the panel together with Jean-Marie Skoglund and Elise Ryder Wikén.
12:05- 13:05 LUNCH
13:10 THE ROLE OF AIRPORTS IN THE NEW TRANSPORT LANDSCAPE
13:35-13:40: SHORT BREAK
13:40 INDUSTRY’S OPPORTUNITIES AND NEEDS
Herman Øie Kolden
14:35 PANEL: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities and needs of industry and airports.
The lecturers above share in the panel together with Kim Silander, Peter Fahlén, Ulf Rudebark, Stefan Johansson and Tor O Iversen.
15:30 THE SEMINAR ENDS
Registration forms and programs are available on the website www.greenflyway.com
Deadline for Registration 15/9
The program is subject to change. The arrangement follows current Covid restrictions, which may mean that changes are implemented at short notice.