AEROSPACE TECH WEEK is the annual show which brings you the latest developments in air-to-ground and nose-to-tail connectivity, airline e-Enablement strategies and processes, flight operations software, fuel efficiency, MRO software, regulatory, policy, technical SES and next-generation challenges for avionics and the testing systems (both hardware and software) that affect the design, construction and maintenance of all commercial and military aircraft.
After a record breaking AEROSPACE TECH WEEK 2019, which had over 1,250 attendees in Munich GERMANY, the next event takes place on 18/19th March 2020 in Toulouse, FRANCE. The show then returns to Munich in 2021 and alternates between France and Germany after that.
AEROSPACE TECH WEEK comprises of the following SIX events (& more to follow) and each has a dedicated high level conference. There is a CENTRAL large exhibition across 5 Halls with upto 200 exhibitors as well as Certified training courses and free to attend workshops.
6 great events in one designed for synergy and allowing cross-sector collaborations for the benefit of the industry. The natural links between these 6 key technology aerospace sectors gives you greater confidence that your technologies and solutions will be showcased to active buyers, influencers or users for a more successful event gathering.
This great diversity of events also attracts greater attendance from the different divisions within the airlines, airframers and integrators, enhancing participation and collaboration.
All this combined makes Aerospace Technology Week the largest gathering of aerospace technology, airlines, avionics, aerospace testing, flight ops and MRO communities.
Established for over 15 years, AVIONICS is Europe’s Only dedicated exhibition & conference for the International Aviation Electronics & Avionics Community across – commercial and defence sectors, fixed wing and rotorcraft.
Featured over the 2 days are Certified Training Courses, High Level Conferences, Technical Workshops, as well as a very busy Exhibition Floor with over 200 hundred exhibitors!!
It is the most cost-efficient opportunity to find new business, meet existing customers and showcase your products in front of a focused targeted audience of decision makers, influencers, buyers and suppliers from Airlines, Operators, Airframers, integrators, prime contractors and avionics manufacturers. The ultimate platform for Avionics.
AVIONICS now benefits from being an integral part of AEROSPACE TECH WEEK incorporating connectivity, testing, flight-ops and MRO. It is also now been joined by the FACE Consortium (Future Airborne Capability Environment). Meaning MORE exhibitors and MORE visitors, MORE business connections.
Launched in 2019, CONNECTED AIRCRAFT covers all the connectivity systems that airlines use (air-to-ground and nose-to-tail) including IFC, cabin IFEC, AI, M2M, VR, connected EFBs and ETLs, airline e-Enablement processes and strategies, ancillary revenues, IoT, big data analytics, flight tracking, cyber security, application disrupters, connectivity systems for operational efficiency and connectivity for predictive maintenance.
The aviation industry is undergoing a technological transformation, as more aircraft are becoming “fully connected” machines in order to benefit the passenger experience, increase revenues for airlines and to improve safety, operations and maintenance – from the flight deck to the cabin.
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Launching in 2020, MRO IT will cover all the maintenance software systems that airlines use for legacy systems integration, digital transformation, job cards and MRO records, parts tracking and inventory management, payroll, procurement, training, supply chain logistics, fleet management, MRO scheduling and planning, blockchain, mobile maintenance Apps, voice-activated tooling, VR devices, predictive maintenance, forecasting, work orders, systems optimization, component and document tracking, reliability, planning, tech logs, maintenance control and anything else to do with aircraft fleet maintenance.
Launched in 2018, AEROSPACE TESTING covers the hardware and software aspects of testing and certification related to the design, manufacture and maintenance of commercial and military aircraft (fixed-wing and rotary-wing), plus UAVs and space testing.
AEROSPACE TESTING is the key gathering for manufacturing and inspection professionals to learn about the latest regulations, challenges and technical developments for testing systems and products related to: Flight testing, Environmental testing, Climatic testing, Shock and Vibration testing, Structural testing, Avionics testing, Instrumentation testing, Fatigue testing, Test automation, MIMO testing, Wind tunnel testing, Measurement solutions, Pressure measurement, Lightning testing, Gap measurement, Air data testing, Non-destructive (NDT), Engine testing, Materials testing and Dynamics measurement.
FLIGHT OPS iT
Launching for 2020, Flight Ops IT will cover all the software systems that airlines use for flight planning, aircraft scheduling, performance calculations, weight and balance, operations control, ground operations management, pilot training, paperless manuals, weather data, ACARS data management, crew management, EFBs and ETLs, big data analytics, e-signature, engine failure procedures, cyber security, environmental impact and noise reduction, fuel efficiency savings and CO2 emissions tracking for EU-ETS.
Future Airborne Capability Environment – FACE™
The Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment Consortium is a government and industry partnership to define an open avionics environment for all military airborne platform types. The FACE™ Consortium is a vendor-neutral forum that provides standardized approaches for using open standards with avionics systems. The FACE Consortium works to develop and consolidate the open standards, best practices, guidance documents and business models to achieve these objectives:
- Standardized approaches for using open standards within avionics systems
- Lower implementation costs of FACE systems
- Standards that support a robust architecture and enable quality software development
- The use of standard interfaces that will lead to reuse of capabilities
- Portability of applications across multiple FACE systems and vendors
- Procurement of FACE conformant products
- More capabilities reaching the warfighter faster
- Innovation and competition within the avionics industry
The FACE Technical Standard is the open avionics standard for making military computing operations more robust, interoperable, portable and secure. The standard enables developers to create and deploy a wide catalog of applications for use across the entire spectrum of military aviation systems through a common operating environment. The latest edition of the standard further promotes application interoperability and portability with enhanced requirements for exchanging data among FACE components and emphasis on defining common language requirements for the standard.
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