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This lecture held in partnership with the IET and IMechE will consider the growth and multiple applications of non-military RPAS's.
Gliding and soaring have held a mutual relationship with mainstream aviation developments ever since the experiments of Sir George Cayley in 1852, through to the birth of modern aviation in the 1900’s and to the present day.
This lecture will follow Day 1 of the Flight Operations Group (FOG) Conference. The lecture will be given by Dr Kathy Abbott FRAeS, Chief Scientific and Technical Scientific Advisor, Flight Deck Human Factors, from the Federal Aviation Administration. More details will follow soon.
This lecture will be given by Paolo Ferri, Head of the Mission Operations Department at the European Space Agency, and will give an update on the Rosetta Mission.
Paul Edwards, AW609 Test Pilot, AgustaWestland discusses flight testing the AW609 Tiltrotor.
This lecture is held in memoriam of Alan Bristow; a key figure in the rotary world. More details will be available shortly.
This Historical Group lecture will be given by Professor Eric Grove. Further details will be available shortly.
This lecture will be given by Jean-Jacques Dordain, Director General of the European Space Agency.
The Air Law Group will be holding a lecture on Tuesday 30 June. More details will be available later in the year.
Please revisit this webpage at a later date for more information that is being organised by the Historical Group.
This lecture will be organised by the Flight Test Group. Further details will be available shortly.
This lecture honours Capt Ray Jones, one of the Flight Simulation Groups founding members and celebrates his contribution to the development of the group, the advancement in the art and science of flight simulation and in particular application in the training of civil airline pilots.
This lecture will be given by Professor Keith Hayward. Details about this lecture will be posted nearer the time of the event.
This lecture will be organised by the Flight Test Group. Further details will follow shortly.
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