Speaker: Matthew Dilley

On Tuesday 21st January 2020, the Solent Branch of the Safety and Reliability Society (#SaRS) will be kindly hosted by NATS in Whiteley, Fareham for a talk by an ex colleague, Matthew Dilley. Matthew will consider some of the challenges associated with the safe delivery of a project to upgrade ATM services, how these challenges are being met, and how the approach has evolved over the life of the project so far.

Project MARSHALL is the UK MOD programme to modernise their ATM services at more than 100 sites in the UK and overseas, enabling civil and military aircraft to operate safely in military terminal airspace. From a Safety perspective, Project MARSHALL offers a significant challenge; supporting the delivery of 15 varied Technical Services at over 100 sites where delivery schedules are often driven by site availability, resulting in the need to assure not only the final Technical Services, but also temporary solutions that combine both legacy and new equipment. This needs to be achieved in accordance with a wide range of varied standards and regulation for each solution.

Matthew spent six years with Atkins working in the areas of Safety and Reliability for a wide range of clients, including the MOD, Network Rail and Heathrow Airport Ltd., before joining Ebeni in the summer of 2019. Matthew is currently providing safety engineering support to Project MARSHALL.

Registration of interest is required for this event.  Attendees will be subject to airport-style security so best not to bring bags on site unless they are essential and you should allow a little extra time to pass through security. Attendees must have photo-ID with them (valid passport or UK photo driving licence is ideal). To book a place please contact Simon Dewsbury, Senior ILS Engineer at NATS on Tel: 01489 446927 or preferably by email: Simon.Dewsbury@nats.co.uk


Tuesday, 21st January 2020 at 6:30pm


Tuesday, 21st January 2020 at 8:00pm


NATS, Whitely, Fareham