In this webinar, we will take a look at aviation weather solutions that can support airlines with the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, while contributing to safety increased efficiency as well as cost savings.
Robert S. Lee, the Vice President PMO and Chief Scientist of AvMet Applications, our collaborative partner, will join us and explain the benefits of using our new weather impact solution to optimize route selection during the flight planning stage.
Don't hesitate to register and participate in the discussion on how to support airlines during these unconventional times.
Opening remarks and introduction
Using scientific based solutions to support COVID-19 impact risk assessment and flight schedule decision making.
Aviation weather services supporting the reopening and selection of routes.
Robert S. Lee on AvMet and Weathernews new collaborative solution to translate weather impact on air traffic
Business Development Manager, Aviation Weather, Europe at Weathernews
Robert S. Lee
Chief Scientist; Program Manager; MBA; PMP @ AvMet Applications
Master of Business Administration in Business Administration, Management, Business Administration and Management @ Oklahoma City University
Bachelors in Meteorology @ Texas A&M University
Weather Forecast Manager @ WeatherNews America.
Staff Scientist/Consultant @ URS Corporation
Philip Van Haren
Quality Control Manager, Service Value Creation Team, Weathernews Netherlands
Phil started his work career in 1982 at the Royal Netherlands Airforce as
aviation meteorologist and Head of the Meteorology Department on airfield
After 8 years of military service Phil moved to MeteoGroup. and during a
career of 26 years he fulfilled many different roles in Operations. He
graduated with a bachelor in Applied Natural Sciences , a post bachelor in
Clinical Psychology and as certified Scrum Product Owner he was responsible
for Product Development and quality control in the Aviation Department
from 2014 until 2017.
Phil worked for 2 1/2 years at Weathernews and is currently in charge of the
Quality Control, Service Value Creation Section in the Aviation Weather
Deputy Leader, Service Value Creation Team & Operations at WeatherNews Inc
Steven started his work career in medical nutritional services, dealing with hospital patients in various medical specialty departments which include ICU and Emergency for 5 years. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of British Columbia in 1992, with course work including Geophysics & Astronomy and Oceanography, Steven also undertook training in Flight Dispatch as well as severe weather forecasting from the National Weather Service. He has worked for more than 10 years at Weathernews and is currently in charge of the Service Value Creation Section in the Aviation Weather Department.
Aviation Operation Manager at WeatherNews Inc
Jeff Torgerson is currently employed by Weathernews in the American operations center for SKY-Planning, in Norman Oklahoma, USA. As the Aviation Operations Manager, Jeff is tasked with aviation and recurrent training of the meteorological staff, as well as with upholding the high regulatory standards of Weathernews, in the global commercial aviation industry.