Press Releases ▷ Momentum begins to build for Aviation Electronics Europe in Munich, Germany in March 2015
Momentum begins to build for Aviation Electronics Europe in Munich, Germany in March 2015
Conference announces top industry speakers from key organisations Momentum is building for Aviation Electronics Europe, the annual gathering of the international Avionics and Aviation Electronics industry, which has recently confirmed the support of ASD Europe, the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe representing the aeronautics, space, defence and security industries in Europe. Aviation Electronics Europe delivers the legacy of a premier platform for the international aviation electronics industry to learn, network and source new information, products and services at one unique annual event, which will take place on 25th-26th March 2015 in Munich, Germany. The conference programme is set to deliver an excellent discussion in the current and future policies, standards and technologies of aviation electronics, which also announced new speakers to the growing line-up of industry experts. Key organisations such as EUROCONTROL and EUROCAE have confirmed their participation in the conference, as well as Europe's main airframer, Airbus, and big hitter integrators including Honeywell, Thales and Rockwell Collins. Deploying SESAR Europe’s Single Sky (SES) initiative has entered its third and final phase, which will see implementation of a series of projects in the years ahead. 'Deploying SESAR' is a key conference session that explores the current and future positions for SESAR through to 2020, the main operational challenges and the technical enablers for SES deployment from the commercial airline and business jet perspectives. Aviation Electronics Europe also offers a leading exhibition displaying some of the latest technologies and systems available on the market, which sees the exhibition floor already 60% sold and including leading industry innovators. Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, "We are delighted with the progress and momentum that is building with the Aviation Electronics Europe conference. The conference Advisory Committee is delivering a first class programme, with some very key industry speakers, that will help discuss the hot topics and issues of the day to look at how the industry ensures consistency, integration and reliable communication between and across the different platforms to meet common objectives."