Flight Tracking

14 April 2016

Royal Aeronautical Society

Conference

To view the presentations given at this event, please click here.

Given the tragic losses of aircraft in recent years, this seminar seeks to bring together regulators, service providers and technology developers to review the current and future state of legislation and technology. 

Through this review, the seminar will seek to open the debate around whether the industry is doing enough to eliminate the possibility of losing aircraft without trace again. The event will look at concerns with current tracking technology and guidelines, options for changes in processes/regulation within existing capabilities and will review potential future technologies and communication channels/alerting mechanisms.

Programme







The programme can be viewed here.







Register online or by completing the booking form and returning it to the RAeS Conference and Events Department via email to conference@aerosociety.com.







Speakers

  • Keynote - Alan Schuster-Bruce, Aeronautical Product Development Engineering Manager, Inmarsat
  • Guillaume Aigoin, FDM Expert, EASA  
  • Claude Pichavant, Senior Expert Communications and Surveillance, Airbus
  • Duncan Philip, OCC Support Manager, easyJet
  • Gary Anderson, Business Development Director, Rockwell Collins





Who should attend?

  • Avionics Manufacturers
  • Aircraft OEMs
  • Regulators
  • Airlines/Operators
  • Air Navigation Service Providers

Registration Fees

  • Non-members: £125+VAT
  • RAeS Corporate Partner: £110+VAT
  • RAeS Member: £95+VAT
  • RAeS Baseline Member: £65+VAT

To book your place, use the Register button. In case of any queries, please contact the Conference and Events department on +44 (0) 20 7670 4345.

Sponsorship







There are sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities available for this event. For more information, to discuss the options please contact the Conference and Events department on +44 (0) 20 7670 4345.

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Location Details

Royal Aeronautical Society