Striving for Effectiveness in Flight Simulation

13 June 2017 - 14 June 2017

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Conference

09:00-17:00

Conference Highlight

In order to establish the true fidelity of flight simulators, to standardize their characteristics, and to improve their performance, it is essential to perform proper benchmarking. By objectively comparing simulator characteristics, it is possible to assess their real contribution to their intended goal, whether it be training, engineering, or basic research.

This Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Conference will ask the question “how can we truly benchmark a simulator, given its intended role?” What is the true norm to which we must measure the device, whether it be the actual aircraft or a simulator standard? Which parameters do we measure? And how do we continue to improve the standards themselves?

The conference will include a session of invited papers, a workshop with break-out groups, presentations by industry/academic participants, and a summary session with “the way forward”. It promises to be an interactive and engaging meeting.

The first day of the conference will be followed by the annual Edwin A Link Lecture which is free to attend.

A full conference programme is available below.

Why should you attend?

  • Hear from key organisations from the flight simulation community
  • Network with senior speakers and delegates from civil and military aerospace as well as academia
  • Continued personal development 

Registration

Non-Member £625 + VAT
RAeS Corporate Partner £525 + VAT
RAeS Member £450 + VAT
RAeS Baseline Member £190 + VAT

* We have a special £10 rate for students - please contact the Conference and Events Team to take advantage of this rate by contacting conference@aerosociety or call 020 7670 4345


Accommodation

Take advantage of preferential hotel rates offered to RAeS Delegates, make a reservation at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel or by visiting our dedicated HotelMap. 

 

Speaker Details

Peter Grant, Associate Professor, University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies

Dan Littmann, Manager, Flight Dynamics, FlightSafety International

Capt Barry Miedema, VP Crew Training, Head of Training, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

David Gringas, Vice President, Bihrle Applied Research

Michael Madden, Chief Scientist, NASA Langley Research Centre

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters

No.4 Hamilton Place

London

W1J 7BQ