Airframe manufacturers, avionics suppliers, engineers, and executives discuss pressing issues, standards at AMC/AEEC General Session

ANCHORAGE, Alaska, 3 May 2012. Hundreds of avionics engineers and aviation industry executives gathered at the Avionics Maintenance Conference (AMC) and Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) General Session in Anchorage, Alaska. Air transport professionals hashed out, over four days, a wealth of current and upcoming avionics challenges, including: NextGen and SESAR equipage, intellectual property and export licensing, electronic flight bags, data links, and more.

AMC is an air transport industry activity organized by Aeronautical Radio Inc. (ARINC) in Annapolis, Md.

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