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This conference aims to bring together the global research aircraft operating community to share lessons and capabilities, as well as future plans for both campaigns and facility improvements. This conference is aimed at all participants in the planning, management and execution of airborne research programmes, both manned and unmanned, and both scientifically and aeronautically oriented.
The focus of this year's Young Persons' Conference is on Air Safety over recent years, key trends in technology and flight operations that are likely to drive the future aerospace industry.
The objectives of this conference are to examine the recent advances made in the design and use of this class of devices and to identify specific areas of simulation design and data provisioning that requires future enhancement so that further training capabilities and fidelity can be realised.
This year important changes are happening which will have a direct effect on light aircraft design in the UK. The CAA has launched its new General Aviation Unit. The ambitious plans for the new Unit will be presented. Also the collaboration between the RAeS GA Group and the CAA to create new regulations covering proof-of-concept experimental flying is coming to fruition and will be explained.
The 2014 Women in Aviation and Aerospace conference will focus on professional development and mentoring.
This conference will examine different aspects of airport security. Please revisit this webpage for further details.
This conference will examine the role of the flight operations manager. Leading airlines from around the world will present their best practices and advice.
The conference aims to bring together industry professionals and a new generation of engineers and maintainers to promote a common understanding of human factors and highlight successful interventions in managing human factors related risks in engineering and maintenance.
The Conference aims to identify, discuss, and agree follow-up action on a number of selected challenges – those aspects of flight simulation which continue to be problematic or inadequate, and those which are emerging as a result of changes in the aviation sectors served by flight simulation.
The Call for Papers will open on 12 November 2014. Check back here for more details.
The Flight Simulation Group will be holding their second 2 day conference of 2015 on 11-12 November.
More details will be available in the new year.
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