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The conference will take the form of a ‘Grand Round’ in which clinical cases and subject areas in which there either present new challenges/dilemmas for the aerospace medicine community or in which advances in medical knowledge and treatment have changed the management in the context of flying.
This Flight Operations Group Conference is the 3rd in a series of 3 conferences about preparing the aircraft commander for the 21st century. This conference explores the vital task of making consistently sound decisions based upon effective leadership and the efficient management of resources, crew and communications, as well as knowing how to avoid pitfalls associated with unrealistic expectations of aircraft performance or crew competencies.
The aim of this flight simulation conference is to discuss the challenges associated with keeping flight simulators current and capable from both a concurrency and technological aspect. This applies to military and civil flight simulators across the fixed wing and rotary wing communities and includes full flight simulators as well as lower level devices.
The 2014 Royal Aeronautical Society Bi-annual Applied Aerodynamics Research Conference will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of aspects of the advanced aero concepts, design and operations, covering both the research and the applications.
The European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF) is one of the premier events in the rotorcraft
community’s calendar, bringing together manufacturers, research centres, academia,
operators and regulatory agencies to discuss advances in research, development, design,
manufacturing, testing and operation of rotorcraft.
This Forum will be the 40th in a series of meetings, which take place annually across Europe, rotating around the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Russia. The firs
The 2014 Conference on Tuesday 23, Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 September at the Society’s Headquarters in London will examine the work undertaken by the International Pilot Training Consortium (IPTC) and seek to determine what further work is required and under what auspices it should be conducted
The 4th Aircraft Structural Design Conference is hosted by Queen’s University Belfast which is internationally recognised as a leading university devoted to teaching and research in engineering with particular expertise in aeronautical engineering. Please visit www.aerosociety.com for more information on the venue and host city.
Those in the space sector have seen significant change, and the pace of change will continue to require flexibility and breadth of vision. The Conference will examine future opportunities and challenges, novel and contentious solutions, and the potential benefits of pushing the boundaries further.
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