Welcome to the RAeS Avionics & Systems Group

This Group provides a forum for those involved in all aspects of the wide range of avionics and mechanical systems on both civil and military aircraft.

The activities of the group cover the related interests of the airframe, engine, systems and equipment manufacturers during design, test and manufacture, as well as the in-service aspects of operation and maintenance.

The Group holds a number of conferences each year, many of which are organized jointly with other RAeS groups or other organisations, taking into account the interactions between these systems and other aerospace disciplines.

Past conference topics have included developments in aircraft icing protection, avionics for advanced combat aircraft, reducing the hazardous effects of on-board fire and explosion, overcoming electronic component obsolescence, improving aircrew situational awareness and the design and integration of complex avionics systems.

In This Section

  • Events

    Details on forthcoming Avionics & Systems Conferences, Lectures & Seminars

  • Committee

    Meet the people who drive the RAeS Avionics & Systems Group’s activities

  • Links

    Discover Avionics & Systems related links and resources

  • Contact Us

    Want to get in touch or join the RAeS Avionics & Systems Mailing List?

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NEWS AND EVENTS

  • 29 Sep
    Conference

    Air Power: Now and the Future

    How is global air power developing to meet strategic and tactical needs and how are Air Forces using emerging technologies to prepare for the future?

  • 3 Oct
    Conference

    UAS in Daily Life

    The Annual UAS Conference will focus on key themes facing the UAS industry in 2016 and beyond. The second day of the conference will focus on research and development.

  • 3 Oct
    Branch Event

    The Rise of the Bomber

    A look at the rise of the bomber in the years before the Second World War and how the effect this had on fighter development nearly cost us the Battle of Britain.

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