Aerospace Technology Week announces Preliminary Conference Programme
Aerospace Technology Week has launched the preliminary agenda and event guide for 12th-13th March 2019 at the MOC Event Center in Munich, Germany.
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Improving Performance, Integration and Harmonisation in SESAR and Next-Gen
Single European Sky and NextGen continue to dominate the aerospace industry, with targets of ensuring the utilisation of technology to increase traffic, improve aircraft and control communications whilst enhancing safety in an ever increasingly busy sky.
Key topics of discussion include 'Mandates and Regulatory Updates'; GNSS Strategies - dealing with multiple constellations;
Aerospace Testing Europe
Developing Next Generation Testing Strategies
With every hour, every cycle, every landing added to the aircraft, comes the potential for vibration, fatigue, cracking, metal formation in oil, structural degradation and even the eventuality of a catastrophic engine failure like the one that happened on Southwest Flight 1380 in the Spring of 2018.
Even with record profits, not a single operator can afford a failure like that. And while the aviation safety record is enviable right now, there is no rest or slacking off in the inspections and testing of the equipment in operation in our fleets. Inspection and testing equipment technology is making technological leaps and bounds.
International experts will share their knowledge and experiences in the topic areas including Latest in Standards and Regulations in the Testing Environment;
Connected Aircraft Europe
From Passenger Entertainment to Flight Operations
By 2035, it is likely that IFC will be ubiquitous across the world as aircraft become smarter, fully connected machines, and with the new services being introduced to benefit the passenger experience, grow revenues for airlines and improve safety. However, to achieve these goals it relies on reliable and seamless connectivity – from the cabin to the cockpit.
According to Inmarsat the connected aircraft can transmit data in real-time to reveal insights that could transform operations, potentially saving $5.6bn a year in unplanned maintenance costs. Connectivity enables airlines to bring dramatic, yet cost effective enhancements to the passenger experience – and to take advantage of the new revenue streams that accompany them.
A leading range of airlines and industry experts will share their strategic views and experiences discussing Building Blocks of End-to-End Aircraft Connectivity;
Aerospace Technology Week
These 3 key events bring you the latest advances and trends in connectivity and e-Enablement for airlines, the latest in regulatory, policy and technical SES and Next‑Gen challenges for avionics, and the technological developments and systems that affect the design, construction and maintenance of all aircraft.
The full conference programmes can be viewed at http://www.aerospacetechweek.com/
Adrian Broadbent, Event Director of Aerospace Technology Week, said, "Bringing together the best aspects for aerospace technology, Aerospace Technology Week, comprising of Avionics Expo, Aero Testing Expo and Connected Aircraft Europe delivers greater connectivity between these exciting, fast moving aerospace industry sectors and leads the discussions in tackling the key issues and hot topics of the day."
"An exciting line up of international experts speakers across 3 main conference tracks, certified training courses, technical workshops and the largest exhibition of aerospace technologies makes Munich in March the pace for the industry to gather at Aerospace Technology Week and drive the industry forward," concluded Mr Broadbent.
For further information on Aerospace Technology Week visit http://www.AerospaceTechWeek.com.