ReasonToAttend


Thinking about Attending?

The Avionics for NextGen 2017 conference will bring together a diverse set of perspectives discussing one common goal: the 21st century modernization of the National Airspace System.

Over the next two to three years, the government-industry endeavor will target the following four initiatives, which will deliver the most near term benefits for all categories of airspace users: multiple runway operations, datacomm, Performance Based Navigation (PBN) – Metroplex, and surface and data sharing. The ability of different aircraft types to take advantage of existing infrastructure including Next generation air-to-ground communications, the wide area augmentation system, the Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) network, and Optimized Profile Descents (OPDs), are among other initiatives to be discussed at Aviation for NextGen 2017.

Reasons to Attend:

  • Get actionable information on how FAA program managers are implementing the NextGen ground infrastructure throughout the National Airspace System.
  • Understand how aircraft operators are saving money right now using NextGen flight procedures throughout the NAS.
  • Learn how the FAA is redesigning skyways to more efficiently move aircraft into and out of busy airport systems with its Metroplex program.
  • Know where to focus your research and development dollars, leave with an understanding on how to act on new NextGen business opportunities.
  • Identify global harmonization efforts between the two largest air transportation system modernization projects in the history of aviation; NextGen and the Single European Sky.
  • Decipher the goals that the FAA and Harris have for expanding the surveillance capabilities of the nationwide ADS-B network.
  • Address the existing challenges and barriers preventing aircraft equipage with NextGen mandated technology.
  • Network in an intimate setting with senior level aviation industry executives.

Who Should Attend:

  • Avionics engineers
  • Avionics installers
  • Avionics maintenance technicians
  • Pilots
  • Air traffic controllers
  • Airline engineering teams
  • Airline flight operations teams
  • Business jet operators
  • General Aviation operators
  • Aviation organizations and associations

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