Gearing up for Aerospace Technology Week

AMFeb19News - aero tech week
AMFeb19News - aero tech week

Aerospace Technology Week is set to be the largest gathering for the avionics, electronics, connectivity, aerospace testing and airline communities, taking place on 12-13 March 2019 at the MOC Event Centre in Munich.

With nearly 100 airlines already pre-registered, and nearly 100 exhibiting organisations, Aerospace Technology Week has developed in to the premier event in Europe with key conference programmes covering Avionics, Connected Aircraft and Aerospace Testing, as well as a range of technical workshops, Certified Training Programmes and a central exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and innovations.

The three key events of Avionics Expo, Connected Aircraft Europe and Aerospace Testing Europe, bring you the latest advances and trends in connectivity and e-Enablement for airlines, the latest in regulatory, policy and technical SES and Next‑Gen challenges for avionics, and the technological developments and systems that affect the design, construction and maintenance of all aircraft.

Connected Aircraft Europe was added to Aerospace Technology Week this year, as a fast-growing sector for airlines to meet the demands of passengers for greater inflight connectivity, whilst benefiting from the operational enhancements and speed of efficiencies that a fully connected aircraft can bring.

According to Inmarsat the connected aircraft can transmit data in real-time to reveal insights that could transform operations, potentially saving $5.6bn a year in unplanned maintenance costs. Connectivity enables airlines to bring dramatic, yet cost effective enhancements to the passenger experience – and to take advantage of the new revenue streams that accompany them.

Boeing sign as Join Lead Sponsor

Connected Aircraft Europe is delighted to announce the sponsorship of Boeing as joint Lead Sponsor.

Adrian Broadbent, event director of Aerospace Technology Week, said: “We are very proud to announce that Boeing has become the third Lead Sponsor for Connected Aircraft Europe 2019, alongside Inmarsat and Cobham, who became joint Lead Sponsors in November 2018. Boeing’s support of our event demonstrates the confidence they have that we are attracting relevant airline delegate attendees, from around the world, and delivering a cutting-edge conference programme.

“Bringing together the best aspects for aerospace technology, Aerospace Technology Week, comprising of Avionics Expo, Aero Testing Expo and Connected Aircraft Europe delivers greater connectivity between these exciting, fast moving aerospace industry sectors and leads the discussions in tackling the key issues and hot topics of the day.

“An exciting line up of international expert speakers across three main conference tracks, certified training courses, technical workshops and the largest exhibition of aerospace technologies makes Munich in March the pace for the industry to gather at Aerospace Technology Week and drive the industry forward.

“We are delighted that Boeing, as well as other key players, such as Inmarsat, Cobham, Airbus, Aviage Systems, Presagis, Esterline and AdaCore are able to support the event and benefit from this exciting and growing sector. We look forward to welcoming the aerospace industry to Munich in March.”

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