In this podcast episode, Vincent Lambercy interviews Julian Sube, co-founder of Skysquitter, a company that operates an ADS-B network across Europe. Julian discusses the unique approach of Skysquitter, which owns all the receivers for their network, providing more control and higher data quality compared to crowdsourced networks. He also highlights the additional services they offer, such as live weather information and data processing. Julian emphasizes the advantages of working with smaller companies, including flexibility, faster response times, and a customer-oriented approach. Looking ahead, he predicts better ADS-B integration, fewer terrestrial navigation aids, and the need for a strategy to integrate commercial drones into existing procedures. In the longer term, Julian envisions a larger role for artificial intelligence in ATM and the integration of space operations into air traffic control systems.