Top industry speakers from key organisations share their knowledge and experiences
Aviation Electronics Europe, which will take place on 25th-26th March 2015 in Munich, Germany, has launched the conference programme for the forthcoming event, focussing on key industry topics areas, including the Single European Sky initiative.
The conference programme, which has attracted many leading international industry experts to an excellent line-up of presentations, bring together the avionics and aviation electronics community to discuss and debate the latest policies, standards, best practice and technologies for developing a safer skies in an ever increasingly busy airspace.
Following the keynote session, which will see opening addresses from the European Commission and European Aviation Safety Agency, the conference discussions will look at Avionics in SESAR and how the Single European Sky initiative is developing and the impact of avionics in air traffic management systems. Here SESARJU, EUROCAE, Airbus and the European Business Aviation Association will contribute with key presentations.
The delegation will then listen to an exciting panel discussion looking at the Impact of Performance Based Navigation and its affect on airspace from different perspectives, before addressing Standardisation and Certification of software and systems, exploring the latest approaches, analysis and implications in compliance of DO-178B/C – ED-12B/C.
Further details, the full conference programme and speakers can be found at www.ae-expo.eu.
Aviation Electronics Europe delivers the legacy of a premier platform for the international aviation electronics industry to learn, network and source new information, products and services at one unique annual event. Its leading exhibition displays some of the latest technologies and systems available on the market.
Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, “We are delighted to announce the conference programme for the forthcoming Aviation Electronics Europe conference and exhibition.”
“We would like to thank the conference Advisory Committee, which has delivered a first class programme, with some very key industry speakers, that will help discuss the hot topics and issues of the day to look at how the industry ensures consistency, integration and reliable communication between and across the different platforms to meet common objectives,” continued Broadbent.
For further information and more details on the conference programme visit the Aviation Electronics Europe website www.ae-expo.eu.
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