With nearly 1000 registered industry professionals over the two days, who discovered the latest issues, challenges and technologies, and listened to some of the leading international experts in relation to SESAR, NextGen programmes, as well as topics including ADS-B, Cyber Security, Satellite based solutions and Standardisation and Certification.
The exhibition, with over 40 exhibiting organisations showcasing the latest technologies in avionics and cockpit technologies enabled delegates and visitors to discover and source news systems and solutions for fixed and rotary wing commercial and military aircraft and UAVs.
Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, “We were delighted at the overall outcome of this years Aviation Electronics Europe. To see so many industry experts attending, sharing their knowledge and experiences to the whole avionics community, and so many industry professionals benefiting from their presence is great.”
With over 50% of the exhibition floor already booked for 2017, Aviation Electronics Europe 2017 is already expected to be bigger and better.