Avionics Europe 2012 Forums

Avionics Europe has teamed up with some of the industry’s leading bodies and associations, which are running a series of forums. Today’s forums center on SESAR, avionics and mission technologies, and more. 

8:30 – 10:00
Association of European Airlines
SESAR Update from the Airlines Perspective
This 90-minute forum will provide an update on the SESAR project from the perspective of the airlines.

 - Mr Gilles Compagnion, Air France
 - Captain Ricardo Genova, Senior Vice President Flight Operations, Iberia
 - Cariel Janssen, SESAR Project Manager, KLM



10:30 – 12:30
SESAR JU
‘Avionics Developments in SESAR - Supporting the future ATM System’
SESAR will substantially change the way, air traffic management in Europe is handled in future. The aim of the SESAR workshop is to acquaint Avionics specialists with the state-of-play of some of the cornerstones of the SESAR technical concept and the related airborne system developments in the programme.
Moderator - David Bowen, Head of ATM Systems, SESAR   

  David Bowen (SJU) – An overview of Avionics activities in SESAR

                 Pierre Gamet (Thales) – Aeronautical databases

                George Papageorgiou (Honeywell) – Combined Visions Systems

                Alberto Sonzini (Alenia Aeronautica)/ Giorgio Colangelo (Selex) – Military Datalink Accommodation 

14:00 – 16:30
Royal Aeronautical Society / German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics (DGLR)
Avionics and Mission Technologies

Moderator: Thomas Wittig, Chair of DGLR Working Group Q3 (Avionics and mission technologies)

  • 02:00pm – 02.15pm

Opening Remarks

Thomas Wittig, Chair of DGLR Working Group Q3 (Avionics and mission technologies), Germany

  • 02:15pm – 02:45pm

Trends in Aeronautical Telemetry

Werner Lange, General Manager Lange Electronic, Germany.

  • 02:45pm – 03:15pm

Mission Avionics to support Air-to-Air Refuelling Manoeuvres

Andreas Rossbach, Head of Product Management, Funkwerk Avionics,Germany

  • 03:15pm – 03:45pm

Multi-UAV Guidance using Cognitive Automation

Prof. Axel Schulte, Head of Institute of Flight Systems, Bundeswehr UniversityMunich, Germany.

  • 03:45pm – 04:15pm

UAV Computing
Richard Seitz,  Computing Department, Cassidian, Germany.

 

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