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Boscombe Down Branch
Col Andrew Cash, Commander Aviation 16 Air Assault Brigade and Attack Helicopter Force will give this Air Power Group Lecture.
Glouc & Chelt Branch
We regret to inform you that, following the recent ministerial reshuffle, we have had to cancel the Corporate Partner Briefing on 'Growth in Civil Aerospace' which was due to be given by Mark Prisk MP and Marcus Bryson.
This conference aims to indicate the potential advantages, such as lower environmental impact, and the technical challenges of open rotor propulsion from both and aircraft and engine perspective.
Solent Branch: As the RAF’s first Remotely Piloted Air System Squadron, 39 Squadron faced significant challenges in setting up. Wg Cdr Jeffrey OBE, who was the OC of 39 Squadron, looks at those challenges and at the 39 Squadron Mission, as well as some examples of operations and achievements. He also illustrates the capabilities of the UK Reaper: demonstrating how it ‘Saves Lives and Makes a Difference’.
Murray Theatre open at 19:00 for 19:30 start.
It is with regret that we have made the decision to postpone the Aerospace Manufacturing Conference.
This Flight Test Group lecture will be delivered by Paul Mulcahy from the CAA. Further information will be available shortly.
Join us for the 2013 Young Persons Lecture and Awards Evening. The lecture is free to attend and open to all.
Join us for the 2012 Young Persons Conference to network and engage with your peers across the industry. The programme will be available shortly.
The lecture will be proceeded by a book signing, where uniquely, all three authors will be available to sign copies and answer questions.
FAA Yeovilton Branch
The aim of this conference is to bring together developers, researchers, academics and users of simulation technology to share understanding and to appreciate the potential benefits these new technologies can bring across the broad spectrum of simulation.
Under the umbrella of the Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe (ACARE) the member states, the European Commission, industry, research establishments, and academia have joined forces to conceptualise the future of aviation. In an attempt to reconcile future industrial competitiveness with environmental issues and sustainability, the key challenges have been presented in the Flightpath 2050, Europe’s Vision for Aviation. One important requirement is to intensify atmosphe
Tony Parasida, Corporate Senior Vice President, The Boeing Company, will provide an insider's view on new approaches to through life sustainment in his lecture entitled 'From Afterthought to Afterburner: The Power of 21st Century Sustainment'.
The programme will be an introduction from our host insurer (QBE), followed by a presentation of the scheme by the Chairman of the Air Law Group and then a talk by Sir David Steel (formerly a Judge of the Commercial Court) and then drinks and light refreshments.
Birmingham, Wolverhampton & Cosford Branch
Solent Branch: Commodore Rick Thompson OBE MA CEng MRAeS
British Antarctic Survey - Polar Aircraft Operations
Solent Branch: Dr Jenny Cane, Aerodynamics Engineer, Vestas Wind Systems
A half day seminar looking at key projects and topics covering both civil and military aerospace.
Due to the popularity of this lecture, this lecture is now fully booked. If you have not pre-registered to attend, you will not be allowed into the lecture. If you would like to put your name on the waiting list, please contact the conference & events department on 020 7670 4345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This presentation will consist of approximately 50 images of British unmanned aircraft from 1917 to the present day. From attempts at destroying Zeppelins in World War I, through unmanned target glider trials, to powered “Queen” aircraft, such as Queen Wasp, Fairey Queen and Queen Bee, in the lead-up to World War II.
The Rotron 294cc is where it all began - first used during Mission Everest, the ultimate test of reliability and performance, this rotary engine powered Gilo Cardozo and TV adventurer Bear Grylls to break all existing paramotor altitude records and to look down on the summit of Mount Everest.
Dr Darren Ansell, CEng, MIET. Space and Aerospace Engineering Lead, School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) Wednesday 13 February 2013 at 5pm at the George Begg Building, Sackville Street.University of Manchester.
This presentation will give an overview of how avionic systems are evolving to benefit from autonomous and intelligent systems technology. The benefits in terms of human workload, responsiveness, safety and
In this briefing entitled 'Carrier Operations in the 21st Century', the Rear Admiral Fleet Air Arm explains how the future Carriers will increase the UK's influence around the world in peace and in crisis.
The 58th Henson & Stringfellow Dinner and Lecture hosted by the Yeovil Branch
The 2012 Aerospace Medicine Symposium aims to provide an overview of the current and future developments in enhancing human performance in aviation.
The Stewart Lecture was established in 1969 to honour the life and work of Air Vice Marshal W K Stewart CB CBE AFC BSc MB ChB MRCP, who joined the staff of the RAF Physiology Laboratory in 1940 and commanded the RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine (which the RAF Physiological Laboratory became) from 1947 until his death in 1967.
Solent Branch: Colin Smith CBE, Director Engineering & Technology, Rolls-Royce plc.
Airbus and Boeing are jointly presenting this lecture on dealing with stall requirements, predictive validation and flight testing. They will address areas where their two approaches share common ground as well as exploring area where they differ on technical approaches.
Washington DC Branch
Calling all aviation enthusiasts to take part in AeroChallenge 2013....Could you answer questions on topics such as Space Flight, Airport Operations or the Red Arrows? Then you could shine at the next AeroChallenge, the annual aeronautical quiz organised by the Young Persons Committee of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
How we can ensure that Aircraft Commanders will be suitably trained and fit for purpose in the 21st Century? This Flight Operations Group Conference follows on from the 2012 event and will focus on monitoring practices and procedures to identify future Captains.
We regret to inform you that the Corporate Partner Briefing by Steve Revell of Rapiscan Systems has been cancelled.
Chadwick 2013 Lecture and Dinner
The Shackleton Story - WR963, The Great Avro Shackleton Survivor
By John Cubberly & Ian Harding of the Shackleton Association. The lecture, which is free for all, will be followed by the Chadwick Dinner. The event is due to be held on Wednesday 20th March at 7pm at The Deanwater Hotel, Wilmslow Road, Woodford, SK7 1RJ. Register for the dinner with Allan Shimminn -
We regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled.
This one day Conference will aim to present a view on what is being considered on optimising airport capacity and to discuss the benefits and challenges in a multi-stakeholder forum.