Avionics Europe 2013 planning underway

Avionics Europe

AVIONICS INTELLIGENCE REPORT, 18 April 2012. Executive Editor Courtney E. Howard recently returned from Avionics Europe 2012 in Munich, Germany, where some of the brightest minds in the industry discussed the challenges and potential solutions related to integrating civil and defense, manned and unmanned aircraft in a common sky.

The annual two-day conference boasted 50 international speakers on topics of import to today’s avionics professionals. You can read all the news from the show on Avionics-Intelligence.com; just click “Editorial” and select “Avionics Europe.”


The staff of PennWell’s Aerospace and Defense Group is already hard at work to make Avionics Europe 2013 the best yet. In fact, keep an eye on the Avionics Europe section of Avionics-Intelligence.com, where Howard--having been named conference director for Avionics Europe 2013--will post all the latest news, a call for papers, and much more.

Be sure to mark your calendars to attend Avionics Europe 2013 in Munich on February 20th and 21st.


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