Avionics Europe 2013 brings industry innovators to Munich

MUNICH, 20 Feb. 2013. Avionics visionaries and experts are opening the 11th annual Avionics Europe conference and exhibition in Munich this morning.

The Avionics Europe conference opens with keynote presentations from:

David Bowen, Head of ATM Systems, SESAR Joint Undertaking, Belguim

Captain Sascha Unterbarnscheidt, Captain A320 and Director Ops Support, Lufthansa, Germany

Alejandro Jiménez, H.O Platform Systems, Airbus Military (MEY), Spain

The staff of PennWell’s Aerospace & Defense Group, which includes Avionics Intelligence and Military & Aerospace Electronics, and influential avionics technology professionals are kicking off the 11th annual Avionics conference and exhibition in Munich. The conference and exhibition spans two days, 20 and 21 Feb. 2013.

The conference program covers a broad range of technical and timely commercial, general, and military aviation challenges and issues with a full schedule of tutorials and technical paper sessions.

The program boasts sessions that align with the “Single Sky, Many Platforms” theme and provide valuable information, advice, and insight related to most important challenges in civil and military aviation.

Conference subjects include:

Session 1 – Communications & Data Com
Session 2 – Performance-based Navigation
Session 3 – Surveillance
Session 4 – Cockpit Control, Displays & EFBs
Session 5 – Panel Discussion: Advanced Cockpit Display Technologies
Session 6 – Helicopter Technologies

Session 1 – Global Market Challenges for Avionics
Session 2 – Software Development
Session 3 – Software Certification
Session 4 – Safety & Security
Session 5 – Retrofits, Upgrades & Derivatives
Session 6 – Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS/UAV/RPAS)

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