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Open source analysis in plane crashs 🇬🇧

Time: 11:00 > 12:00
Location: Zone 3 - OSINT Village - Louis Armand conference stage

For 15 years, investigation on plane crashs has accelerated thanks to collective intelligence and open source data. Xavier Tytelman, former crew member in the naval aviation and open source investigator in the fields of aeronautical and military, will describe the techniques he uses with his community, to identify the crash causes as fast as possible.

Xavier Tytelmann

Passionate about aeronautics and defense, I was a crew member in naval aviation (Air Navigator Detector mainly on ATL2, then mission preparer on Rafale) before joining the Centre opérationnel de gestion interministérielle des crises to develop operational social media monitoring (or #OSINT).
For more than 10 years, I have been working with air and defense industry players on consulting missions in various fields: innovation, transition to sustainable aviation, big data, definition of operational strategies, DITB analysis…
I also co-founded the Center for the Treatment of Fear of Flying, am digital editor of Air&Cosmos and teach at engineering and business schools (if I have the time).
As a member of the DGA Citizens’ Reserve, ENAC MBA and auditor of the IHEDN Armaments and Defense Economics major, I’m passionate about anything that flies, is strategic or has a chance of being khaki. So let’s talk about it 🙂


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