Presentations: excitement on the exhibit floor

The exhibition floor at Avionics Europe features a variety of exhibitor presentations from knowledgeable executives at influential aerospace and defense technology firms. Today’s presentations include Goodrich Sensors and Integrated Systems, HR Smith, MBS, Northrop Grumman LITEF, and MEN Mikro.

Thursday 22nd March
10:00 am - Goodrich Sensors and Integrated Systems
10:45 am - HR Smith
11:30 am - MBS
1.00 pm - Northrop Grumman LITEF GmbH
1:45 pm - MEN Mikro Elektronik GmbH

Sensors and Integrated Systems EFBs in NextGen and SESAR 
Overview of the use of EFBs in NextGen and SESAR airspace: EFB system architecture and certification requirements,  EFB applications utilizing ADS-B In and CPDLC technologies, NextGen and SESAR ADS-B demonstrations programs using EFBs. 

Speaker: Jim Schmitz Director, Business Development, EFB/Cockpit Data Management Systems

HR Smith 
Enhancements in Emergency Beacon Technology 
SAR Emergency Beacons 
Speaker: James Churchill European Sales Executive

The Data Loading Evolution 
The Data Loading Evolution: from the floppy disk age into a modern IT supported era 
Dataloading in commercial aircrafts is one of the most antiquated and obsolete areas left over from the early times of digital data processing of airborne equipment. The media to transfer data into “flying boxes” is still the outdated 1.4 MB floppy disk.  This presentation gives an overview how state-of-the-art technology enters an area in aerospace where traditional techniques and methods can no more exist and do not make sense anymore.
Speaker: Hans-Joerg Steinmaier Sales & Technology

Northrop Grumman LITEF GmbH
Inertial/GNSS Navigation Systems for RNP
Benefits of tighltly coupled GNSS/Inertial Hybridization for RNP procedures.
Speaker: Klaus Blatter, Product Manager
MEN Mikro Elektronik GmbH 
Design and deployment of COTS computers in safety critical avionics applications  
How standard products can be integrated with safe software and deployed in safety critical projects 
Speaker: Detlef Schaadt 


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