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This conference aims to examine how recent changes in legislation, together with recent and future innovation in aircraft design, will impact on airworthiness and maintenance and, in particular, the role of the aircraft maintenance engineer.
Learn more from the successes and challenges faced by the organisations that have implemented, or are in the process of implementing, competency-based training, by joining us in London on 5-6 June during this two-day conference. This is an IATA Conference held in association with the Royal Aeronautical Society.
This Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Group conference will explore the potential to enhance synthetic mission training events and extend their use through emerging technologies and training concepts.
The International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics (IFASD) is the key international conference for engineers and scientists working in the fields of aeroelasticity and structural dynamics. The forum has been running since 1981 and, following on from the success of IFASD2011 held in Paris, the 2013 Forum will be held in Bristol, UK, the centre of the UK’s aerospace industry.
Space debris is a man-made threat to the continued use of space for commerce, science, exploration and security. The threat has manifested itself in accidental damage to, and even destruction of, objects in space, as well as requiring increasingly regular avoidance manoeuvres by threatened satellites.
The 2013 annual two day UAS Conference will look at the key issues facing the UK, European and global UAS industries and businesses.
The 2013 Conference at the Society’s Headquarters in London on 25-26 September will examine and discuss the challenges of upset prevention and recovery training. In addition to other papers on this theme, the RAeS International Committee for Aviation Training in Extended Flight Envelopes (ICATEE) will report on their progress.
The Annual Greener by Design Conference will bring together the people that shape the aviation industry and the environmental agenda, both in the UK and abroad, to share their perspectives and visions, showcase technological developments and debate contentious issues and possible solutions.
Join us for the 2012 Young Persons Conference to network and engage with your peers across the industry. The programme will be organised later in the year so if you are interested in speaking or supporting the event please contact the Conference & Events Team.
The 2013 Light Aircraft Design Conference topics include a mix of dreams and practicalities. Bird flight has been an inspiration since ancient times; the more we learn about them the more ideas we may glean.
The design example will be the new flex-wing from P&M Aviation, the Pegasus PulsR.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s Women in Aviation & Aerospace Committee (WAAC) was established in 2009 to encourage more young women to consider aviation and aerospace as a worthwhile and exciting career. Details of the 2013 Conference programme will be available shortly.
The Conference will bring together a wide variety of experts to describe the new digital media and social networks and will discuss the implications for flight simulation and training.
This conference follows on from 'The Aircraft that looks after itself - The Civil Aircraft of the Future' Conference held in 2011 which addressed the rapidly evovling field of civil airline services and Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) technologies behind them. This conference will explore the collaboration opportunities in Data Interoperability Standards; Cross Sector Technology Awareness in IVHM and Standards for Electronic Operations and Maintenance Documentation in an interactive
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