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How will the Brexit vote change the Aerospace Sector in Britain? Will it help the industry prosper or will radical shifts occur in both the British and European aerospace sectors?
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.
This conference will look at how proven and emerging technologies in flight simulation to achieving results in military training. Registration is 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 will be followed by the 2016 Medals, Awards, Prizes and Scholarship event.
The 2016 President's Conference will focus on technologies of the future.
This annual forum invites our young members, comprising of students and young professionals, to share with the Royal Aeronautical Society their views and expectations of the society in terms of helping them develop their future career in the aerospace and aviation industry
The Air Law Group will be holding a Half Day Seminar on 30th November which will look at the ICAO Assembly outcomes. Registration is now open.
What changes have been made to the British Aerospace Defence sector since the release of SDSR 2015 and what needs to be done to insure that the developments and procurements outlined in the review come into being?
The Air Law Group will be holding a half day seminar on 26th January 2017. More details will follow later in the year.
Almost every week, the aerospace community hears news about the potential of new materials such as graphene and new manufacturing methods such as additive layer manufacturing. However, we are still uncertain what the benefits of these methods will be and what limitations they will have.
The Air Transport Group will be holding a conference on 24-25th April 2016. More details to follow.
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 Spring 2017 Flight Simulation Conference will take place on 13-14th June 2017. Call for papers are now open.
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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