Call for Papers for Aviation Electronics Europe 2017

Aviation Electronics Europe is the premier platform for the international aviation electronics industry to learn, network and source new information, products and services at one unique annual event.

The conference will discuss the hot topics and issues of the day, whilst the exhibition enables companies and organisations to demonstrate and showcase new products, developments, technologies and services available on the market, and also key elements of the upgrades and retrofits market.

- The only event for the Aviation Electronics and Avionics community in Europe
- For the latest in SESAR, NextGen and performance based navigation
- For what the Pilot wants, the Aircraft needs and Industry must have
- From aircraft to the ground and all communications and technologies inbetween.

With the global market for commercial avionics equipment set to grow at an annual rate of 4.8 percent through to 2019, the industry has not been this buoyant for some time, setting the scene for some active discussions at Aviation Electronics Europe on the future policies, performances and innovations in the aviation electronics and avionics sector.

Aviation Electronics Europe will discuss topics and issues of the day and demonstrate and showcase new products, developments, technologies and services available on the market, and also key elements of the upgrades and retrofits market.

The Aviation Electronics Europe 2017 Organizing Committee are inviting abstracts for consideration for inclusion in the conference.

If you are interested, you are invited to submit your abstract for consideration by the conference committee by submitting an abstract. Your presentation should not be overtly commercial in nature.

For further details, guidelines and to submit your abstract online visit www.ae-expo.eu/call-papers

Submit your proposal immediately or no later than 31st July 2016.
If you wish to discuss your proposal, email:
Neil Walker – Conference/Marketing Director at neilw@aerospace-media.com