8 01, 2019

Mitigating and preventing the effects of a security breach with a simple bowtie

2019-01-08T13:55:48+01:00Aviation, Blog|

In December, we attended the International Airport Review’s IT and Security event at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This event was all about aviation security and technology and how one can inform the other. We were there to represent CGE’s software products, but also to gain more knowledge about airport security. At CGE we do not call [...]

17 07, 2018

Sharing safety knowledge by modeling common aviation risk

2018-07-17T15:49:42+01:00Aviation, News|

Earlier this year, AeroSafety World magazine issued an article on ‘Modeling Common Aviation Risk’. This article talks about an initiative to share safety knowledge within the Aviation Industry, without having to swap internal data. This initiative is called CARM which stands for ‘Common Aviation Risk Models’. (If you’re a Flight Safety Foundation member, you can [...]

20 06, 2017

2nd Annual CARM Meeting will be held on Sept. 25-26 2017

2017-07-06T11:05:54+01:00Aviation, News|

The 2nd Annual Common Aviation Risk Model (CARM) Meeting will be held on Sept. 25-26, 2017.  The event will be hosted by American Airlines in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas. A group of aviation organizations, comprised of airlines, ATC providers, maintenance and technical organizations spanning North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East have voluntarily come together to [...]

8 07, 2015

ALARP thinking – Prescriptive safety: Have we gone too far?

2017-07-05T10:25:33+01:00Articles & Reports, Aviation, Blog, Compliance|

Guest blog from Risktec also published in Riskworld issue 27 2015 In NASA’s heyday, the safety of the space shuttle was assured by a strict adherence to ‘Flight Rules’. These were black and white rules that identified precisely what action should be taken under specific circumstances. For example, if instrumentation suggested a fuel cell had failed, the [...]