presented_by-3The Avionics for NextGen 2017 conference brings together regulatory and industry experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing aviation as the system of systems known as NextGen in the United States and Single European Sky in Europe are implemented. ANG focuses on the certification, operation and return on investment aspects associated with the avionics technologies that drive air transportation modernization and efficiency.

Learn from major avionics manufacturers about their technology features and deployment plans, airspace mandate compliance paths for legacy airframes, and detailed technical discussions on industry-government collaboration toward achieving next generation benefits.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from and network with senior FAA regulatory officials, airlines, avionics suppliers, satellite communications providers among others. Avionics Magazine is bringing you globally recognized speakers to discuss NextGen, Single European Sky, ADS-B, Controller to Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC), International Harmonization and more.

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For the Press: As a registered member of the press at Avionics for NextGen, you will have access to the Conference on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 and Thursday, November 16, 2017 Keynote Luncheon and evening Networking Reception.



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