The Avionics Exhibition & Conference
The Federal Aviation Administration and Airbus representatives to speaker at the Avionics Conference in Amsterdam. The Avionics Exhibition & Conferenceon will be held on 7th & 8th March 2007. The Avionics Exhibition & Conference is in its 5th Year. This annual European event is where suppliers and manufacturers of avionics kit and testing equipment can meet Avionics professionals from the major airlines, manufactures and integrators. The developments in the 2007 Avionics exhibition and conference include a major 3 stream conference.
Civil Conference - The Federal Aviation Administration will present on improving cockpit communications and will look at the human factor of safety and avionics where a study of accidents and incidents will reveal examples.
Airbus will be providing a glimpse into the planned cockpit for its new A350 airliner. True to the manufacturer's flight deck philosophy, its cockpit for the A350 will be comparable to those in its other models. Still, Airbus promises many new innovations in its latest proposed aircraft.
Many aircraft operators seek standardization in the use of flight management systems (FMS). Will it stifle innovation by the FMS providers? Many airlines think not and that standardization would enhance both flight safety and efficiency.
COTS & Embedded Conference - An interesting combined presentation tilted: AMBERS: Improving Requirements Specification through Assertive Models and SCADE/Doors Integration will be looked at from Marcelin Fortes da Cruz, Airbus and Paul Raistrick of Esterel Technologies.
Military Conference - The C-130 has been in operation for some 40 years but is still used by militaries around the world. The principal operator of this multirole, utility aircraft is the U.S. Air Force. The issue on the latest developments of the C-130's cockpit modernization will be addressed. In the world of avionics, issues change, new aircraft are introduced and technologies rapidly evolve.
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