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AMFeb20News - aero tech week1
AMFeb20News - aero tech week1

Aerospace Tech Week is set to move into a new era with the addition of new, exciting tracks. This annual show provides the latest 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 that affect the design, construction and maintenance of all commercial and military aircraft.

Taking place on 18-19 March at the Diagora Expo and Congress Centre Toulouse, Aerospace Tech Week comprises six events: Avionics, Connected Aircraft, Aerospace Testing, Flight Ops IT, MRO IT and Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE), and each has a dedicated high-level conference. There is a central exhibition across five halls with over 150 exhibitors, showcasing some of the latest and leading innovations and technology in the aerospace industry.

Around 200 international expert speakers will share their experiences and knowledge. In addition, certified training courses and free to attend workshops by the Royal Aeronautical Society Toulouse Branch will provide information, education, training opportunities for staff continued professional development.

Aerospace Tech Week has grown from its original roots as Avionics and Aerospace Testing, recently adding the Connected Aircraft programme, and this year doubling its conference content. An opening keynote will kick off the conference at 9am on 18th March with a host of top speakers.

“There is much for the aerospace industry to discuss and develop in terms of safe and secure solutions for aircraft,” stated Adrian Broadbent, event director of Aerospace Technology Week. “Aerospace Technology Week will look at these challenges to understand the issues and challenges from a regulatory perspective through to implementation and technology solutions through the different elements of the programme. It delivers an exciting programme for the global industry to explore and question the experts, and we look forward to welcoming the industry to Toulouse.”

www.aerospacetechweek.com

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