|Press Release Date||08.04.2016|
Aviation Electronics Europe to kick of in Munich, Germany with top conference programme
Aviation Electronics Europe, the premier global conference and exhibition for the international avionics and aviation electronics community, will open its doors on 20th & 21st April in Munich, Germany for the annual industry gathering.
The two day event delivers a highly focussed Main Conference Programme, as well as a series of Technical Workshops and Certified Training Courses as well as the largest exhibition in aviation electronics.
The conference and workshop programmes have attracted many leading international industry experts, sharing their knowledge and experiences to discuss and debate the latest policies, standards, best practice and technologies for developing a safer skies in an ever increasingly busy airspace.
The exhibition will see over 50 exhibiting organisations showcasing the latest technologies and solutions in avionics and cockpit technologies for fixed and rotary wing commercial and military aircraft and UAVs.
With the global market for commercial avionics equipment set to grow at an annual rate of 4.8 percent through to 2019, the industry has not been this buoyant for some time, setting the scene for some active discussions as well as opportunities to discover the latest innovations.
Aviation Electronics Europe opens at 9am on Wednesday 20th April at the MOC Event Center, Munich, with the Opening Keynote Session.
The Exhibition opens at 10.30am on 20th, with the Main Conference Programme commencing from 11am and will offer topics in strategic policy and practical areas of avionics and aviation electronics including:
- SESAR & Next-Gen Update
- CNS Enabling Operational Efficiency
- ADSB Updates – today and tomorrow!
- Standardisation & Certification
- Cyber Security & the e-Enabled Aircraft
- Satellite Based Solutions for CNS
- Innovations in Avionics
Further details on speakers and programme can be found at www.ae-expo.eu.
Throughout the two days, there are a series of Technical Workshops which are Free to Attend for exhibition visitors, offering great content and new discoverings with deeper insights into technologies, solutions and challenges.
Aviation Electronics Europe is the premier platform for the international aviation electronics industry to learn, network and source new information, products and services at one unique annual event. Its leading exhibition displays some of the latest technologies and systems available on the market.
Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, “We are looking forward to this years event and excited by the excellent growth in pre-registration, demonstrating the importance of the event for the industry. We delighted to see so many industry experts sharing their knowledge and experiences to deliver increased and enhanced learning and education opportunities for the whole avionics community.”
“We invite the industry to join us in Munich, Germany on 20th-21st April for the largest annual gathering of the avionics and aviation electronics industry,” concluded Mr Broadbent.
For further information on Aviation Electronics Europe visit www.ae-expo.eu.