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2016 sees the 150th celebrations of the formation of the Royal Aeronautical Society, for this reason the Young Persons Committee is delighted to host the biggest and most successful annual Young Persons Conference to date.
The Airworthiness and Maintenance Group are holding a one day conference on 7th September 2016 at the University of Limerick. Registration is now open.
New Zealand Division, Annual Symposium hosted by Wellington Branch.
A New Zealand Division conference in Wellington, New Zealand
To mark the 80th anniversary of the Spitfire's first flight and in recognition of this iconic aeroplane's design and influence on subsequent aircraft, the Historical Group will be holding a one-day seminar.
The Annual International Flight Crew Training Conference is a premier event in the Royal Aeronautical Society’s annual calendar.
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?
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.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s 5th Aircraft Structural Design Conference, undertaken with the support of the University of Manchester, will address the challenges facing the designers of the next generation aircraft.
This two-day conference will place focus on both local and global environmental challenges and solutions faced by the aviation industry.
In the past decade there have been a number of Near Earth Objects entering the Earth's atmosphere with out prior detection. These events have raised questions about how best to detect large NEOs and what to do with them. Are there opportunities to collect recourses from them or should they be countered if they pose a threat?
Supporting Life-Cycle Engineering through Design and Development, Test and Certification and Operations.
The General Aviation Group will be holding their 2016 Conference on 14th November 2016. More details will follow at a later date.
Flight Simulation Conference November 2016. Call for papers are now open.
This is a Classified Conference focusing on whether the UK needs BMD systems, and if so what, where and when?
The Innovation Conference will bring together the aerospace industry to discuss the latest trends in innovation, design, creativity and R&D. The afternoon will see the final of the Go for Gold Competition and the conference will be proceeded by the 2016 Medals, Awards, Prizes and Scholarship event.
The 2016 President's Conference will focus on technologies of the future.
The Air Law Group will be holding a Half Day Seminar on 30th November which will look at the ICAO Assembly outcomes. More details to follow at a later date.
The Air Law Group will be holding a half day seminar on 26th January 2017. More details will follow later in the year.
Time Sensitive Targets (TST), as defined in Allied Joint Publication 3.9, are those targets requiring immediate response because they pose (or will soon pose) a danger to friendly operations or are highly lucrative, fleeting targets of opportunity.
The Flight Simulation Group will be holding their Spring 2017 Conference on 13-14th June. More details to follow at a later date.
The Rotorcraft Group will be holding their 2017 Conference on 5-6th July 2017 on safe operations in a complex onshore environment. More details will follow later in the year.
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